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Jewelry Torches Checkout - classes

Posted on by Dale Grover

In this class you will learn the safety and basic operation of both the Smith “Little Torch” oxyacetylene and the auto-ignition propane torches.  With these two torches, you’ll be able to solder, braze (“silver soldering”), anneal, and melt jewelry metals.  … Continue reading

Dinkel K65 Double Rolling Mill - tools

Posted on by Dale Grover

The Dinkel K65 is a precision rolling mill for flattening, imprinting, and forming square wire in soft metals. Roller width: 5.1″ / 130 mm Roller diameter: 2.5″ / 64 mm Groover widths: 0.040 – .31″ / 1-8 mm Sheet thickness: … Continue reading

Smith “Little Torch” Jewelry Oxyacetylene Torch - tools

Posted on by Dale Grover

The Smith “Little Torch” is an oxyacetylene torch suitable for soldering, brazing (including “silver soldering”), annealing, and melting metal.  It is a jewelry-scale torch.  We have tips #1-#5 and a multi-orifice (“rosebud”). Use this torch in the following settings: Dinkel … Continue reading

Sandcasting Pewter Checkout - classes

Posted on by Dale Grover

In this class you’ll learn how to prepare models, create a sand mold, melt pewter, pour the molten pewter into the mold, and clean up the resulting casting. This class is required in order to sand cast in the Jewelry … Continue reading

Emco F1 CNC Mill (Jewelry) Checkout - classes

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This class will introduce you to the Emco F1 CNC vertical milling machine. You will learn basic operation with an emphasis on safety. With the successful completion of this class you will be certified to use the Emco F1 CNC … Continue reading

Fusion 360 CAM Skill Development - classes

Posted on by Dale Grover

In this class you’ll learn the basics of CAM using Fusion 360.  CAM is the bridge between a CAD model (created in Fusion 360 or another program) and the G-code that runs on the actual CNC machine.  With Fusion 360 … Continue reading