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== What is the Jewelry Area? ==
== What is the Jewelry Area? ==
This category includes pages that talk about [[jewelry]] whether or not [[:Category: Metalsmithing | metalsmithing]] is involved.
This category includes pages that talk about [[jewelry]] whether or not [[:Category: Metalsmithing | metalsmithing]] is involved.
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The Jewelry Studio is a fully functional studio for jewelry/metalsmithing. There are tools and equipment specific for each discipline for members to work independently, weekly classes and weekend workshops. Private instruction is also available.
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The Jewelry Studio is a fully functional studio for jewelry/metalsmithing. Weekly classes, weekend workshops, and private instruction is available. The studio is available for member use after tool testing is completed.
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The term “metalsmithing” is combined with jewelry as it is fabricating small metal objects using jewelry fabrication skills and tools.
 
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The metalsmithing and jewelry area is shared with the [[:Category:Hot Glass|hot glass working area]], so be sure to check the [{{ClassSchedule-Jewelry}} class schedule for jewelry and glass work] to ensure the area is available for use.
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Be sure to check the [{{ClassSchedule-Jewelry}} class schedule] for jewelry to ensure the area is available for use. A summary of current and upcoming jewelry classes may be [https://artisansasylum.com/current-classes/#sectionjewelry found here].
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The [[Jewelry]] area provides tools to fabricate jewelry, embellishment and adornment.
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The [[Jewelry]] area provides tools to fabricate jewelry (embellishment and adornment), sculpture, and practical objects.
Treat tools and equipment carefully and put them back, clean, where you found them so they will be there next time!
Treat tools and equipment carefully and put them back, clean, where you found them so they will be there next time!
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==Metalsmithing==
==Metalsmithing==
[[File:Brass_Box_.JPG|right|thumb|400px|Brass Box:Metalsmithing]]
[[File:Brass_Box_.JPG|right|thumb|400px|Brass Box:Metalsmithing]]
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Metalsmithing (available in the [[:Category: Hot Craft Studio|Hot Craft Studio]]) is the fabrication of small objects -- using the tools within [[Jewelry]], although the finished objects are not necessarily jewelry items.  Jewelry means anything that exists for adornment.
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Metalsmithing is the fabrication of small objects using the tools within [[Jewelry]], although the finished objects are not necessarily jewelry items.  Jewelry generally means anything that exists for adornment.  
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If you're interested in CNC or larger chunks of metal, that's usually called [[:Category: Machine Shop | machining]].
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The metalsmithing and jewelry area is shared with the [[:Category:Hot Glass|hot glass working area]], so be sure to check the [{{ClassSchedule-Jewelry}} class schedule] to ensure the area is available for use.
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If you're interested in most CNC operations or plan to work with larger chunks of metal, check out [[:Category: Machine Shop | machining]] and [[:Category:Welding | welding]].
== Common Metalsmithing Skills ==
== Common Metalsmithing Skills ==
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===Jewelry/Metalsmithing===
===Jewelry/Metalsmithing===
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* Buffing station with hooded exhaust (tapered mandrels, provide your own buffs/compounds)
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* Buffing station with hooded exhaust (tapered mandrels, some buffs/compounds available)
* 6" bench shear for non-ferrous metals includes round-stock shearing hole
* 6" bench shear for non-ferrous metals includes round-stock shearing hole
* 4" flat rolling mill
* 4" flat rolling mill
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* 6 Acetylene/air torches (Smith brand with #0 and #1 tips)
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* 4" wire rolling mill
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* 6 Flex-shaft machines with foot controls and #30-style hand pieces
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* 7 benches, each with a kit of hand tools
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* 7 Acetylene/air torches (Smith brand with #0 and #1 tips)
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* 1 Smith Little Torch with various tips (Oxygen/Acetylene)
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* 7 Flex-shaft machines with foot controls and #30-style hand pieces
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* Drill press with dedicated flex-shaft
* Pumice pans and fire brick for soldering/annealing
* Pumice pans and fire brick for soldering/annealing
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* Electric pickle pots
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* [http://orionwelders.com/| Orion Pulse Arc Welder]
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* Enameling Kiln and tools
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* Casting and Molding tools
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** Mold Vulcanizer & Mold Frames
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** Wax Injector
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** Crucibles
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** Casting Kiln
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** Electric Melter
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* Electric pickle pot
* Jeweler's saw frames
* Jeweler's saw frames
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* Bench pins w/ anvil surfaces
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* Bench pins
* Pliers and cutters  
* Pliers and cutters  
* Small general purpose vise
* Small general purpose vise
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* [[Metal Forming Table]]
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* Metal Forming Table
** Anvil (50lb)
** Anvil (50lb)
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** Rolling Mill
 
** Vise
** Vise
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** Specialty Hammers/Mandrel
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** Specialty Hammers/Mandrels
** Steel Forming Plates
** Steel Forming Plates
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* Disc cutters
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* Hydraulic Press
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* Disc cutters: round, square and oval
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* Steel and wood dapping block and daps
* Large heat-resistant work area with exhaust hood
* Large heat-resistant work area with exhaust hood
* A forming area with a variety of small anvils, blocks, hammers, mallets and punches
* A forming area with a variety of small anvils, blocks, hammers, mallets and punches
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* A fully-outfitted jeweler's bench for instructors and advanced users
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* Library of books and journals
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== Consumables Provided ==
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== Consumables ==
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=== Consumables Provided ===
* Acetylene
* Acetylene
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* Wet/Dry Sandpaper
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* Flux
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* Polishing compound and wheels
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* Liquids: acetone, denatured alcohol, pickle, ultrasonic
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* Soldering Pads
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* Pencils
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* Rolling Mill textures (feel free to add to our collection - no metal materials please).
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== Consumables Not provided ==
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=== Consumables Not Provided ===
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* Solder, flux, metals, etc
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* Solder
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* Buffs and compounds
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* Metal
* Saw blades
* Saw blades
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* Bits and burrs for the flex-shaft machines. (a miscellaneous assortment may be available at any given time.)
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* Bits and burrs for the flex-shaft machines, though a miscellaneous assortment may be available at any given time.
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=== Buying Consumables ===
=== Buying Consumables ===
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[[User:Cleverwerx | Karen Christians, Cleverwerx]] in space #63 stocks some consumables for sale. Private lessons are available with Karen Christians at $40 per hour, 3 hour minimum. Please contact her at {{Nospam|cleverwerx|gmail.com}}.
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We have a small box of supplies for sale: solder, drill bits, saw blades, etc. Prices and directions for payment are in the box with the consumables.
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== Classes ==  
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== Classes ==
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Classes offered in the Jewelry/Metalsmithing and Lampglass Area. See Artisan’s Asylum Website for registration.
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Classes offered in Jewelry/Metalsmithing can be [{{ClassSchedule-Jewelry}} found here]. A photo album of projects and studio pics can be [https://www.flickr.com/photos/139277221@N05/?mc_cid=14bd5450e5&mc_eid=c903a4c9cd| found here].
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=== Weekly Jewelry Classes ===
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=== Workshops ===
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One class per week for 5 weeks, with one weekend day TBA
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Offered in a variety of topics, rotating selection. Usually 1/2 or full day on a weekend.
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==== Jewelry I ====
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* Example Workshops
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** Resin Inlay
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** Bang out a Bangle
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** Spinning Ring
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** Ring with Bezel set cabochon
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** Make a Pendant
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** Beading
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** Buttons for Clothing
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** Leather and Silver Cuffs
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** Metal Puppet
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** Holiday Ornaments
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** Make a Ring
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** Soldering Clinic
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=== Jewelry 101 ===
PreReq: None
PreReq: None
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Learn the basics of jewelry fabrication techniques. These include piercing, drilling, [[silver soldering]], filing, forming, [[photoetching]] and cold connections. Students will fabricate a metal applique for a sketchbook cover. A material fee will be charged.  
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Learn the basics of jewelry fabrication techniques. These include piercing, drilling, [[silver soldering]], filing, sanding, annealing, torch operation, riveting, and polishing. Students execute a final project with a bezel-set cabochon semi-precious stone. A material fee is included in the class price. 7 weeks.
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==== Jewelry II ====
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=== Jewelry 201 ===
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PreReq: Jewelry I or Equivelent: Build on the foundations learned in Jewelry I to fabricate a bezel set ring with a stone, a spinning ring and hollow formed ring in sterling silver, brass and copper. A material fee will be charged.  
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PreReq: Jewelry 101 or Equivalent: Build on the foundations learned in Jewelry 101 and learn intermediate jewelry skills such as hydraulic press, disc cutting and dapping, advanced mechanisms such as hinges, and more. A material fee will be charged. 3 weeks.
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==== Jewelry III ====
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=== Independent or Self-Directed Jewelry ===
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PreReq: Jewelry II or Equivalent: Self directed projects with assistance of an instructor.  
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PreReq: Jewelry 101 or Equivalent or permission of instructor: Self directed projects with assistance of an instructor. May run concurrently with Jewelry 201. This class is sometimes known as "Directed Open Studio".
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=== Enameling ===
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Several week class or one day class in learning the art of enameling.
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=== Workshops Offered Year Round ===
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=== Tool Training and Testing ===
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Sign up through the Asylum website.
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[[Jewelry#Tool_Training_and_Testing_2:|See below]] for further information.
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* [[Resin Inlay]]
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=== Casting ===
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* [[Bang out a Bangle]]
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Investment casting with lost wax techniques as well as casting organics and 3D printed objects. More information about classes can be found on the Asylum's website or [[:Metal_Casting| here]].
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* [[All About Rings]]
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* [[Make a Pendant]]
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=== Private Lessons and Classes ===
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Instructors are available for private, one on one lessons. Private classes may be arranged for your group as well. Please contact Karen Burke or Sage Kochavi ({{Nospam|SageKochavi|gmail.com}}).
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== Area Etiquette ==
 
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Put things back where they came from.  Where do they come from?  Stay tuned.
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== Area Etiquette ==
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*Sign in.
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*Put things back where they came from. Sweep up bench tops and floor.
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*Properly shut down torch: bleed lines, back off the pressure by loosening the key.
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*Take care of tools, use them properly and do not damage tools.
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*Be careful with water! While water is mandatory for many jewelry processes, it can ruin steel tools. Keep things dry.
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*Do not work on steel or aluminum in the area -- ever!
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*Pay attention to the maximum material thicknesses and types when using tools, especially cutting and bending tools.
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*Ask others if you are uncertain about tool operation.
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*Do not put broken tools back. Leave them out with a note at the very least. Safety first.
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== Common Hot Craft Skills ==
== Common Hot Craft Skills ==
* [[:Category:Metalsmithing|Metalsmithing and Jewelry]]
* [[:Category:Metalsmithing|Metalsmithing and Jewelry]]
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* [[:Welding#Gas_Tank_Handling|Gas Tank Handling]]
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== Tool Training and Testing ==
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===Tools Requiring Training ===
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Training is required (and available) for the following Jewelry shop tools. The Casting tool set has its own training requirements. If you are already proficient, testing sessions are also available to get signed off.  The training and testing information is available on these pages:
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* [[:Category:Buffing Machines|Buffing Machines]]
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* [[:Category:Forming Benches|Forming Benches]]
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* [[:Category:Jewelry Flex Shafts|Jewelry Flex Shafts]]
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* [[:Category:Air-Acetylene_Torches|Air-Acetylene Torches]]
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* Orion Pulse Arc Welders
[[Category:Hot Craft Studio]]
[[Category:Hot Craft Studio]]
[[Category:Craft Areas]]
[[Category:Craft Areas]]
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=== Rubrics Related to Jewelry Tool Testing ===
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* [[Air-Acetylene_Torch_Rubric|Air Acetylene Torch Rubric]]
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* [[Forming_Bench_Rubric|Forming Bench Tools Rubric]]
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* [[Jewelry_Flex_Shaft_Rubric|Flex Shaft Rubric]]
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* [[Buffing_Machine_Rubric|Buffing Machine Rubric]]
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* [[Metal_Shear_Rubric|Metal Shear Rubric]]
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* [[Train_the_Trainers|Tool Training and Testing General Concepts]]
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* Orion Pulse Arc Welder
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Current revision as of 21:18, 3 February 2019

Active Craft Areas
Jewelry
Metalsmithing

Jewelry Class

General Info
Shop Colors
Shop RulesMissing
Managed ByIlana Krepchin
HoursSame as membership hours
Operational Status of Tools
Tool Maintenence Tickets


Contents

What is the Jewelry Area?

This category includes pages that talk about jewelry whether or not metalsmithing is involved.

The Jewelry Studio is a fully functional studio for jewelry/metalsmithing. Weekly classes, weekend workshops, and private instruction is available. The studio is available for member use after tool testing is completed.


Be sure to check the class schedule for jewelry to ensure the area is available for use. A summary of current and upcoming jewelry classes may be found here.

The Jewelry area provides tools to fabricate jewelry (embellishment and adornment), sculpture, and practical objects.

Treat tools and equipment carefully and put them back, clean, where you found them so they will be there next time!

Metalsmithing

Brass Box:Metalsmithing

Metalsmithing is the fabrication of small objects using the tools within Jewelry, although the finished objects are not necessarily jewelry items. Jewelry generally means anything that exists for adornment.

If you're interested in most CNC operations or plan to work with larger chunks of metal, check out machining and welding.

Common Metalsmithing Skills



Equipment

Jewelry/Metalsmithing

  • Buffing station with hooded exhaust (tapered mandrels, some buffs/compounds available)
  • 6" bench shear for non-ferrous metals includes round-stock shearing hole
  • 4" flat rolling mill
  • 4" wire rolling mill
  • 7 benches, each with a kit of hand tools
  • 7 Acetylene/air torches (Smith brand with #0 and #1 tips)
  • 1 Smith Little Torch with various tips (Oxygen/Acetylene)
  • 7 Flex-shaft machines with foot controls and #30-style hand pieces
  • Drill press with dedicated flex-shaft
  • Pumice pans and fire brick for soldering/annealing
  • Orion Pulse Arc Welder
  • Enameling Kiln and tools
  • Casting and Molding tools
    • Mold Vulcanizer & Mold Frames
    • Wax Injector
    • Crucibles
    • Casting Kiln
    • Electric Melter
  • Electric pickle pot
  • Jeweler's saw frames
  • Bench pins
  • Pliers and cutters
  • Small general purpose vise
  • Metal Forming Table
    • Anvil (50lb)
    • Vise
    • Specialty Hammers/Mandrels
    • Steel Forming Plates
  • Hydraulic Press
  • Disc cutters: round, square and oval
  • Steel and wood dapping block and daps
  • Large heat-resistant work area with exhaust hood
  • A forming area with a variety of small anvils, blocks, hammers, mallets and punches
  • Library of books and journals


Consumables

Consumables Provided

  • Acetylene
  • Wet/Dry Sandpaper
  • Flux
  • Polishing compound and wheels
  • Liquids: acetone, denatured alcohol, pickle, ultrasonic
  • Soldering Pads
  • Pencils
  • Rolling Mill textures (feel free to add to our collection - no metal materials please).


Consumables Not Provided

  • Solder
  • Metal
  • Saw blades
  • Bits and burrs for the flex-shaft machines, though a miscellaneous assortment may be available at any given time.


Buying Consumables

We have a small box of supplies for sale: solder, drill bits, saw blades, etc. Prices and directions for payment are in the box with the consumables.

Classes

Classes offered in Jewelry/Metalsmithing can be found here. A photo album of projects and studio pics can be found here.

Workshops

Offered in a variety of topics, rotating selection. Usually 1/2 or full day on a weekend.

  • Example Workshops
    • Resin Inlay
    • Bang out a Bangle
    • Spinning Ring
    • Ring with Bezel set cabochon
    • Make a Pendant
    • Beading
    • Buttons for Clothing
    • Leather and Silver Cuffs
    • Metal Puppet
    • Holiday Ornaments
    • Make a Ring
    • Soldering Clinic


Jewelry 101

PreReq: None Learn the basics of jewelry fabrication techniques. These include piercing, drilling, silver soldering, filing, sanding, annealing, torch operation, riveting, and polishing. Students execute a final project with a bezel-set cabochon semi-precious stone. A material fee is included in the class price. 7 weeks.

Jewelry 201

PreReq: Jewelry 101 or Equivalent: Build on the foundations learned in Jewelry 101 and learn intermediate jewelry skills such as hydraulic press, disc cutting and dapping, advanced mechanisms such as hinges, and more. A material fee will be charged. 3 weeks.

Independent or Self-Directed Jewelry

PreReq: Jewelry 101 or Equivalent or permission of instructor: Self directed projects with assistance of an instructor. May run concurrently with Jewelry 201. This class is sometimes known as "Directed Open Studio".

Enameling

Several week class or one day class in learning the art of enameling.

Tool Training and Testing

Sign up through the Asylum website. See below for further information.

Casting

Investment casting with lost wax techniques as well as casting organics and 3D printed objects. More information about classes can be found on the Asylum's website or here.

Private Lessons and Classes

Instructors are available for private, one on one lessons. Private classes may be arranged for your group as well. Please contact Karen Burke or Sage Kochavi (SageKochaviRESageKochaviMOgmail.comVEME@gmail.com).



Area Etiquette

  • Sign in.
  • Put things back where they came from. Sweep up bench tops and floor.
  • Properly shut down torch: bleed lines, back off the pressure by loosening the key.
  • Take care of tools, use them properly and do not damage tools.
  • Be careful with water! While water is mandatory for many jewelry processes, it can ruin steel tools. Keep things dry.
  • Do not work on steel or aluminum in the area -- ever!
  • Pay attention to the maximum material thicknesses and types when using tools, especially cutting and bending tools.
  • Ask others if you are uncertain about tool operation.
  • Do not put broken tools back. Leave them out with a note at the very least. Safety first.


Common Hot Craft Skills


Tool Training and Testing

Tools Requiring Training

Training is required (and available) for the following Jewelry shop tools. The Casting tool set has its own training requirements. If you are already proficient, testing sessions are also available to get signed off. The training and testing information is available on these pages:


Rubrics Related to Jewelry Tool Testing


Subcategories

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Pages in category "Jewelry"

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Media in category "Jewelry"

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