Ron Swanson explains the process of crafting Leslie and Ben’s wedding rings.
“It’s not rocket science. I removed the sconce, fired up my grandfather’s torch, heated the pieces in a cast iron bucket, liquified the metal, poured into a mold, obviously keep it over a low flame to achieve a nice temper, cooled it in antifreeze and just forged and shaped the rings.”
“Any moron with a crucible and acetylene torch and a cast iron waffle maker could have done the same. Whole thing only took me about twenty minutes. People who buy things are suckers.”