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This page collects information about our facilities for doing metalsmithing and jewelry.
This page collects information about our facilities for doing metalsmithing and jewelry.
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The metalsmithing and jewelry area is shared with the hot glass working area, so be sure to check the class schedule for both jewelry and glass classes to ensure the area is available for use.
The metalsmithing and jewelry area is shared with the hot glass working area, so be sure to check the class schedule for both jewelry and glass classes to ensure the area is available for use.
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(If you're interested in metals outside of the realm of jewelry, that's commonly called
(If you're interested in metals outside of the realm of jewelry, that's commonly called
[[:Category: Metalworking | metalworking]], but we have lots of equipment for that too!)
[[:Category: Metalworking | metalworking]], but we have lots of equipment for that too!)
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* Buffing station with hooded exhaust (tapered mandrels, provide your own buffs/compounds)
* Buffing station with hooded exhaust (tapered mandrels, provide your own buffs/compounds)
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* 6" bench shear for non-ferrous metals including round-stock shearing hole
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* 6" bench shear for non-ferrous metals includes round-stock shearing hole
* 4" flat rolling mill
* 4" flat rolling mill
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* 2 Acetylene/Air torches (Smith brand with #0 and #1 tips)
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* 2 Acetylene/air torches (Smith brand with #0 and #1 tips)
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* Pumice pans and fire brick for soldering
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* Pumice pans and fire brick for soldering/annealing
* Jeweler's saw frames
* Jeweler's saw frames
* Bench pins w/ anvil surfaces
* Bench pins w/ anvil surfaces
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* All consumables except acetylene (bring your own solder, flux, metals, etc)
* All consumables except acetylene (bring your own solder, flux, metals, etc)
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* Buffs and compounds
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* Saw blades
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Karen Christians in space #63 stocks some consumables for sale.
===Tutorials:===
===Tutorials:===

Revision as of 10:04, 4 September 2012

This page collects information about our facilities for doing metalsmithing and jewelry.

The metalsmithing and jewelry area is shared with the hot glass working area, so be sure to check the class schedule for both jewelry and glass classes to ensure the area is available for use.

(If you're interested in metals outside of the realm of jewelry, that's commonly called metalworking, but we have lots of equipment for that too!)

Equipment:

  • Buffing station with hooded exhaust (tapered mandrels, provide your own buffs/compounds)
  • 6" bench shear for non-ferrous metals includes round-stock shearing hole
  • 4" flat rolling mill
  • 2 Acetylene/air torches (Smith brand with #0 and #1 tips)
  • Pumice pans and fire brick for soldering/annealing
  • Jeweler's saw frames
  • Bench pins w/ anvil surfaces
  • Pliers and cutters
  • Small general purpose vise
  • Large heat-resistant work area with exhaust hood

Not provided:

  • All consumables except acetylene (bring your own solder, flux, metals, etc)
  • Buffs and compounds
  • Saw blades

Karen Christians in space #63 stocks some consumables for sale.

Tutorials:

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