Lazze Metal Shaping: Stainless Steel Panel in the Bead Roller
Lazze Metal Shaping: Stainless Steel Panel in the Bead Roller

Hi I’m Lazze and this is going to be the next
trick in the bead roller with a skateboard wheel. And we find out new things all the
time to do in with the skateboard wheel and this is amazing. And you going to love this.
Look at this side or half of motorcycle tank. This piece here probably took 10 or 15 minutes
to make. And I cut out the piece, shrink the edges little, so I got little shape of it,
and then I run this pattern in, in the bead roller with the skateboard wheel and it just
curved it even more. So this, this is design that it’s impossible to do with any other
dies in the bead roller. Here’s another shape that we also can do. But what I going to show
you now is to make this in stainless steel. We never done that before so I don’t know
how this going to look like. But we going to make it now and hopefully it will going
to turn out good. So I took 20 gauge stainless steel with the protection plastic on it and
I going to run it and it’s going to be surprise for me also how it’s going to look like when
we are done. But I prefer to keep the plastic on because it’s so fun to take the plastic
off in the end. And it’s shinny on the other side, this going to be the back side. So what I going to do here now I going to,
see here, I going to start there. And then I going to start probably there. And I do
all this stuff by freehand now. This can take a little practice to do but you can also draw
the lines if you want to follow the line. This is stainless steel and as I said we never
done that before. So this, this can turn out totally different. But I’m pretty sure that
it’s going to look very, very beautiful. So now I going to cross this over. And this is
something we can do with the skateboard wheel because we can — it doesn’t destroy the first
bead that we made. Think we can leave it there? So what I going
to do now I going to bend it little back so it’s little more flat. So what I going to do now I going to take
the plastic off and see how this looks like. Wow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow. Isn’t that something? So now you have something new to think about.
That you can use the skateboard wheel for in the bead roller. And you can use this in
any bead roller. It could be little tough to have a hand crank bead roller. But you
maybe have a friend that can help you to crank the bead roller when you run the piece there.
But this, this is amazing and you can make profile any, any shape you want with this.
Good luck. Go to my website for more information and free videos.

20 thoughts on “Lazze Metal Shaping: Stainless Steel Panel in the Bead Roller”

  1. paulusandronicus says:


  2. Dylan Baker says:

    That Guys Great With His Hands :L

  3. Owe Hellberg says:

    Really nice job Lazze.

  4. Flamewerkz says:

    Absolutely loving the videos! I am definitely going to be signing up for one of the classes in the near future. Getting more out of your vids then all the others that I've seen combined.

  5. MajoleeDesign says:


  6. Piers Arthur says:

    damn how I envy such machines! that machine would be perfect for my dragon wings that I am about to attempt to make later on by hand! I am making a huge sculpture and now I have to fabricate the wings….shame,just dont have that kind of money even if I where to have them made for me.

  7. lazzemetalshaping says:


    You can use the same technique in any number of the standard hand powered bead rollers – you may extra hands, but anything is possible with a little creativity!

  8. ROCKNTV1 says:

    that is freakn sweet dude

  9. georgie porgie says:

    i love it when you say its its fun to take the plastic off in the end , funny when you think its only you who talks like that , can totaly relate , all the very very best xx

  10. dtiydr says:

    He have to be from Sweden with that accent.. cool.

  11. stalin mora says:


  12. WarriorofPeace100 says:


  13. J Whit says:

    1:34 BooBs!
    Nice work Original

  14. Flavio Febri says:

    Man, Fantastic!!

  15. Bergara1 says:

    4:07 Woww,wow,wow,wow,wow.

  16. Victor Moreira says:

    este trabajo es magnifico…

  17. David Kierzkowski says:

    very nice !

  18. ツMaurijn says:


  19. Francisco Jose RosalesRueda says:

    Congratullations for your skill!

  20. just 1 life says:

    now, I see it.. I love that machine

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