I have a statuette of Buddah, cast in brass. It annoys me because the
raised hand seems to be bent backwards too much. I keep thinking
perhaps I could attempt to bend it forwards, but I don't want to risk
breaking it. Would heating it up prior to bending be a good idea? How
hot should I heat it before bending? Red hot? I don't want to risk
melting it. I have a plumber's gas blow lamp that I could use for
That's normal if you bend it forward you will loose some of it's power
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How thick and long is the bit you want to bend (ooh-er!)?
You can heat it up and bent it slightly, but the finish
will probably be spoiled (unless it's just polished, in
which case you can polish it up again).
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