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JEWELLERY FORMING, PLANNISHING &ROLLING MILLS


• Allows you to hammer without creating excess noise or vibration at your bench


Dimensions: • Steel block: Ø120mm x 6mm • Overall: Ø140mm x 10mm


• Weight: 700g Code


A39042 Description UOM Price Planishing Block with Rubber Base EACH £14.95


Steel (Polished with Rubber Mount), Square


• This is an excellent set which includes a thick vulcanized rubber firm base which absorbs shock plus a solid steel block which is 18mm thick and 75mm diameter.


• The third piece is a sturdy nylon block the same size which fits into the rubber base for lighter more delicate work


• This is a well-made set, and allows one to hammer without creating excess noise vibration at the bench.


Weight: 1kg


Dimensions are approx. Code


Description


• An excellent set which includes a thick vulcanised rubber firm base which absorbs the shock plus a solid steel block which is 18mm thick


• Allows you to hammer without creating excess noise or vibration at your bench


Dimensions: • Steel block: 70 x 70 x 18mm • Overall: 100 x 100 x 35mm • Weight: 1.1Kg


Code P36317 Description UOM Price Planishing Block with Rubber Base EACH £10.95


Steel (Polished with Wooden Mount), Square


Planishing Presses


• Durston, O.M.O Italy or Indian • Dimension given is the size of the press • Spring loaded for ease of use • Cast iron bodies. • Hardened and polished press heads • Can be bolted to the table or stability (bolts not supplied)


• A wooden bench block with a polished steel top • Steel top is tempered, hardened and polished • Steel top is tba thick • Allows you to hammer without creating excess noise or vibration at your bench or in your hand


Dimensions: • 75 x 75 x 15mm


Code D53966 Description


75 x 75mm Block with Wooden Base


UOM Price EACH £10.95


Planishing presses are in essence a planishing block and a heavy duty hammer comprised of the highest quality hardened steel to planish or ‘hammer on metals such as gold, silver, copper, brass, platinum, palladium, titanium, etc, in order to flatten metal after it has been cut with shears and/or put through a rolling mill. Cutting and milling, can often make the surface uneven so a planishing press is a quick and efficient way of flattening your work after it has been formed.


Presses are great to emboss patterns or designs, simply place the pattern, for example wire/symbol etc, on the planishing pad, then place the metal sheet over the pattern and use the sprung planishing head to hammer the sheet until the model is transferred.


Please note: • To keep the planishing surfaces maintained grease with WD40 (see link below).


• Bolt the press to a work surface through the pre- made holes in its base, approximately Ø10mm (bolts not supplied), preferably three to four inches long.


Overall dimensions (H x W x D); • P6541: 400 x 130 x 190mm (13kg) • P6540: 540 x 130 x 210mm (20kg) • P47149: 540 x 140 x 220mm (22Kg) • P34924: 580 x 100 x 190mm (10kg)


848 COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER A34915 Ø75mm Dual Planishing Block Planishing Presses


UOM Price EACH


Collets are metal bands/claws which surround a gemstone and collet making is an important and essential skill in the art of stone setting


£9.95


The art of collet making has been used for generations with jewellery makers all over the world. Modern times though have changed the way jewellers use collets/mounts as when designing a handmade piece they can buy readymade mounts. This can prove to be costly and you will not always find the styles/sizes your customer requires or prefers. Using readymade mounts also takes away that defining element of handmade jewellery which your customers will appreciate more and are willing to pay for. There is nothing like fashioning and making collet mounts specific to your designs giving further elegance to your jewellery range.


We have a wide selection available with different shapes, sizes and angles, all made from highest quality steel. Looked after properly, they could well last a life time and may even be passed from one generation to the next.


Quick guide to making a collet:


1. Measure your gemstone and work out its outer size all round circumference/perimeter. 2. Cut a straight strip of metal; gold, silver, platinum, palladium, copper, brass etc. 3. Depending on the shape of your gemstone, form your strip around a mandrel; round, square, oval, triangle, rectangle, oval etc. (Ref M20873A)


4. Solder the joining seam. 5. You will notice our great range of collet blocks/plates available in various shapes, sizes and angles. This allows you to choose one that will suit your design ambitions. 6. Form your shape in to your collet block and plate, this process is also known as coning. 7. You can then saw, file or burr your collet to your obtain one of many possible effects and styles


Shapes: • Oval - 4 to 14mm • Rectangle - 5 to 15mm • Round - 5 to 20mm • Square - 4 to 14m • Tear Drop - 4 to 14mm


Collet Plates, Bezel Blocks & Punches


JEWELLERY FORMING, PLANNISHING & ROLLING MILLS Steel & Nylon (with Rubber Mount)


• P35096: 600 x 100 x 20mm (16kg) Code


Description


P6541 P6540


P47149 P34924 P35096


Ø60mm Press, O.M.O Italy Ø78mm Press, O.M.O Italy Ø78mm Press, Durston Ø100mm Press, India


UOM Price EACH £145.00


EACH £199.95 EACH £205.00 EACH £69.95


Ø100mm Press, Heavy Base, India EACH £79.95


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