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The Family Handymanfrom The Family Handyman

How to Use Tin Snips to Cut Sheet Metal

How to Use Tin Snips to Cut Sheet Metal ... one idea for this house was to use polished sheet metal as a backsplash and maybe a countertop temporary fix until I save up for the stuff I want... will need these tips to help..

FrankenBench - How to Make a great Jewelry Bench from an old desk! Brilliant!! I wonder if we could cut it down, though...

Etsyfrom Etsy

Teflon tools for Metal Embossing

Teflon tools for Metal Embossing. via Etsy

New texture embossing sheets for artists working with metal rolling mills to texture metal, but can also be used for texturing polymer clay or PMC or other metal clays. Find them on JetAgeStudio.com website. *NEW & IMPROVED 2014 - made with paper thin plastic for multiple use & longer life!

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Bench Pin Saw Vise Self Adjusting Jewelers Tool Metal Working Blacksmith Goldsmith Metalsmith Repair Metal Design Stamping

As a jewelry designer I would have to understand the ideas of how to make waxes, molds, stone setting and many other things. I am in close relations to a few jewelers who this type of job occupation. I love being able to stand around whilst they work to understand how thing are made, the different uses of a jeweler's bench and/or the tools used.

Tried & Truefrom Tried & True

Metal Flower Tutorial

This handmade metal flower tutorial is an easy way to add beauty and elegance to any craft project! Follow along for the step by step tutorial.

Artbyhandz's Placefrom Artbyhandz's Place

Building your Own Basic Jewelers Bench

Very complete design and steps for building a basic work bench. Intended as a work bench for jewelers it could be useful for many other crafts.

Buttons! Smooshed metal buttons Cut off any shanks with Tim Holtz Tonic scissors and then you can crush them in the old pull lever Sizzix machine or a QuicKutz handle or on concrete with standard hammer. Drill hole and add jumpring

More real deal: Bridgeport milling machine (built in 1948). From ideas to reality in metal work