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JEWELLERY FORMING, PLANNISHING & ROLLING MILLS


Stone Setting Assistant for Pendant Motors


Stone Setting Depth Collets


Now the ring is ready to set and the stones will be spaced evenly apart in a symmetrical pattern.


Diamond setting using the Faceting Stick: • Aluminium body with a wooden handle • Length 280mm


• Weight 150g Code


F4201 Description Stone Setting Faceting Stick


UOM Price EACH £38.95


JEWELLERY FORMING, PLANNISHING &ROLLING MILLS


JEWELLERY FORM- ING, PLANNISHING &ROLLING MILLS


Stone Setting Depth Assistant


Helps you set stones precisely and professionally by controlling the cutting depth.


• Achieve a constant depth for your stone settings • It holds the burr at a constant depth so you achieve the same depth cut across all your settings


• Attaches to a number 10 handpiece (Foredom, Faro etc)


• Unscrew the nose of the number 10 hand piece and screw on the channel setting assistant


• The bur is installed into the handpiece, through the attachment


• One of the five guides supplied is screwed onto the attachment to guide the burr along the channel at a consistent depth


• Made in India Code


C45698 Description Stone Setting Assistant


UOM Price EACH £11.95


Code Stone Setting Depth Collets


• This setting tool saves time and allows you to cut precise bearing seats


• Can be used with either claw or bezel/tube stone settings


• You simply slide the shank of your setting burr through the “Depth Collet” until you reach the desired depth at which you want to cut the seat


• Tighten with the Allen wrench • Insert your burr (with the depth collet attached) into your micromotor / pendant drill. The depth collet will not allow the burr to cut any deeper, thus it keeps the seats even


• The set includes 2 depth collets (1 collet for settings 1/10ct to 1/2ct and 1 depth collet for small prong cluster settings) and an Allen wrench


• Use these depth collets to cut equal bearings in prong settings, gent’s rings which require hammer settings and baguette boxes


• Supplied with or without handy wooden storage box


S45697 Description


Stone Setting Depth Collets, In Wooden Box


UOM Price EACH £5.95 Code S36117 Description Stone Setting Depth Collets


UOM Price £3.95


PACK*2


Stone Setting Depth Collets, In Wooden Box


FORMING,


PLANNISHING, SHAPING


Anvils


An anvil is an important bench craft persons basic tool, a block with a hard surface on which another object is struck. The inertia of the anvil allows the energy of the striking tool to be transferred to the work piece. In most cases the anvil is used as a forming tool. Before the advent of modern soldering/ welding technology, it was a primary tool of metal workers. Because anvils are very ancient tools and were at one time very commonplace, they have also acquired symbolic meaning beyond their use as utilitarian objects.


Stone Setting Ring Stick


We have large selection of anvils in stock from mini to large made from best grade steels and exceptional polished finishing.


This is a great tool to ensure gemstones are accurately and evenly presented in a setting in a ring, particularly wedding bands.


• The Stone Setting Faceting Stick has eighteen grooves evenly spaced apart from the top to the bottom of the stick


• A fast way of positioning stones on rings • The taper of the ring stick covers sizes from A to Z • Made in UK


How to use:


Take a look at the diagram of a typical wedding band and notice how the diamonds have been set spaced apart


To achieve this place, the ring onto the Stone Setting Faceting Stick. Eighteen grooves are lined vertically along the stick. Consider the amount of stones, their size and the preferred amount of space between each stone. Using a marker pen on the ring to create a template for setting, continue the lines from the Faceting Stick onto the ring all the way along the band. To achieve the spacing of stones in the image below typically mark an X in every other segment the entire way around to denote where the stones are to be set.


The majority of our anvils also have a pritchel hole. A pritchel hole is a round hole in an anvil. Its primary purpose is to provide clearance for punching tools, but it can also be used to hold tools that have round shanks. Pritchel tools are tools such as punches whose functions do not require them to be held at a particular orientation.


Forming & Shaping Anvils


Forming & Shaping Anvils


• Forming & Shaping Anvils • Highly polished stainless steel • Wooden bases for noise cancellation & vibration dispersion


• Excellent for all types of forming and shaping www.COUSINS .COM 833


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