Lazze Metal Shaping: Hand Built Dragster Body

Look at the first drive of a Lazze metal shaping dragster project. He makes a drag racing body for a client. Lazze uses the English Wheel, the shrinker/stretcher and the bead roller to sculpt and craft the body of the racer. http://www.metalshapingsecrets.com/ Lazze builds a dragster body

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Lazze Metal Shaping: Wheel Tubs Quick with English Wheel and Shrinker
In this video metal shaping instructor Lazze shows a quicker option for making wheel tubs that doesn't require hours on the metal shrinker. By making the tub in two pieces it is only necessary to shrink the edge where they meet in the transition from horizontal to vertical. This technique can be adopted to work with a shrinker/stretcher, and hammer/dolly. Lazze teaches and manufactures his metalshaping tools in California. For more information on Lazze's books, Lazze's metal shaping tools, DVD's, and hands on classes as his facility in California, visit http://www.lazzemetalshapin­g.com





Lazze Metal Shaping: 1932 Ford Dash Panel Part 2
In Part 2 of this two part video Lazze demonstrates how to make a dash panel for a 1932 Ford and the simple techniques that can be applied to other dashboards or flat sheet metal for cars, trucks, or just about anything. Lazze teaches metal shaping and manufactures his metal shaping tools in California. For more information on Lazze's books, Lazze's metal shaping tools, DVD's, and hands on classes as his facility in California, visit http://www.lazzemetalshapin­g.com





‪Lazze Metal Shaping: Using a Shim in an English Wheel‬
Metal shaping guru Lazze, shows how you can use a shim in your English wheel on the axle can reduce the contact surface between the upper and lower wheels - to your advantage. This simple trick will allow you to wheel very close to beads, edges, and have very distinct control of where the wheel does its work. Keep watching for more tips and tricks for the English Wheel! For more information on Lazze books, metal shaping tools, DVD's, and hands on classes as his facility in California, See ‪http://www.lazzemetalshaping.com‬ and subscribe to Lazze's videos and see more at ‪http://www.youtube.com/lazzemetalshaping‬





Lazze Metal Shaping: How to Start a Project
One of the biggest challenges is how and where to start a project. Lots of projects don't get finished because parts start not fitting or working. With a couple of very simple ideas, like making sure there is one starting or zero point for measurements and and that zero point does not move, you can find other dimensions with just some simple math and measuring. For more information on Lazze books, metal shaping tools, DVD's, and hands on classes as his facility in California, See ‪http://www.lazzemetalshaping.com‬ and subscribe to Lazze's videos and see more at ‪http://www.youtube.com‬




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