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JEWELLERY FORMING, PLANNISHING &ROLLING MILLS


Indian made disc cutter, please note the metal may need extra preparing/finishing before and after cutting to achieve the desired finish


Code D40306 Description Sqaure & Rectangle Disc Cutter Star Disc Cutter


UOM Price EACH £124.95


JEWELLERY FORMING, PLANNISHING & ROLLING MILLS Draw Plates


• Depending on the size of the tube to be made, cut the sheet to the desired strip width considering the formula above.


• Remove the sharp edge of the sheet to make drawing easier by using a Deburring Tool with Pocket Clip (Code B31879).


• Prepare one end by cutting it to a point so it will fit through the preferred die size. Ensure the point is long enough so the wire can be pulled through the die with a draw tong easily (code D6239).


• Coat the edges with Beeswax (P1406) to lubricate. •Secure the draw plate in a vice and draw the wire, this will achieve the tubular shape illustrated in the picture above. • Finally, use a Tube Cutting Jig with Sizing Gauge (T31883) to cut the tube to the length you would like which is now ready to be soldered.


A draw plate is a multi-die plate made of hardened steel which wire is drawn through to thin it. Our Draw Plates are available in many different shapes and sizes including round, square, oval, half-round rectangular square and triangular for reducing and forming different shaped wire. The drawing holes on the plate are wider at the rear and taper slightly towards the front.


• Star disc cutter • 5 sizes: Ø12, 15, 18, 21 & 25.5mm • Rockwell hardness rating 60, tool lasts longer than similar items on the market


• High grade D3 carbon tool steel • Die plate spring loaded to allow for easy clamping of material


• Rectangular base • Can be used with a hydraulic press • Maximum sheet thickness 2mm • Spare handle our code D49333 • Made in India • Base 75 x 80mm • 1.4Kg


Indian made disc cutter, please note the metal may need extra preparing/finishing before and after cutting


to achieve the desired finish Code


D40305


Description Star Disc Cutter


Disc Cutter Handle


• Spare handle for disc cutters • Wooden finsih • Handle, thread & spring


For disc cutters: • D40309 • D40307 • D40309 • D40304 • D40310 • D40306 • D40305 • D39420


Code D49333 Description Disc Cutter Handle


UOM Price £3.95


EACH


UOM Price EACH £135.00


Method:


• Prepare the wire by hammering, filing, rolling or swaging, to reduce it, in order for it to fit through the die; the wire is then ready to be pulled through the die.


• During this process the volume of the wire remains the same, so as the diameter decreases, the length increases.


• Usually the wire requires to be drawn through several dies, allowing the wire to gradually decrease until the desired size is reached, to ensure the longevity of the die plate.


• When drawing, anneal the wire first and file at one end to taper it.


• Measure the diameter of the wire and insert the tapered end into a die hole the closest size smaller to its diameter.


• Use Draw Tongs (D6239) to hold and pull the wire through the die. Sometimes it may be necessary to lubricate the wire with grease or wax, see our code P1406.


• A wire can be drawn up to three times consecutively before it needs to be re- annealed. The drawing process makes the wire brittle, not re-annealed the wire can cause snapping.


• Metals such as gold, silver, copper, brass, bronze and pewter can be drawn through a regular steel plate, whereas stronger metals such as platinum, titanium and palladium wire are recommended to be drawn through a tungsten carbide plate for durability. All metals drawn with this plate, however, will have a polished finish coat.


• Every draw plate we stock is made from the very best hardened steel to ensure optimum longevity.


The above picture is of a round hole steel draw plate with 31 Holes Ø3.00 to 6.00mm (code D4458) and a heavy duty workshop vice (code V33154) holding it. Below is a guide for making round tube with this item… Formula to find the circumference of a round tube: Multiply diameter by 3.1416


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• Hexagonal holes • 30 holes • Overall size: 205 x 30 x 5mm


Code D35068 Description


Hexagonal (30 holes) 1.60 to 5.00mm


UOM Price EACH £3.50


Oval (30 holes) 1.40 x 3.20 to 3.00 x 6.00mm


Steel by Shape Draw Plate


Comprehensive selection of draw plates


• Unbelievably good value for money • Various shapes and sizes available • Handy for wax wire shaping • Suitable for Gold, Silver, Aluminium, Copper & Soft Steel Wire. • Made in India


D Shape (30 holes) Ø3.50 to 6.70mm


• Half Round (D Shape) • 30 holes • Overall size: 205 x 30 x 5mm


Code D35069 Description


D Shape (30 holes) Ø3.50 to 6.70mm


UOM Price EACH £3.50


Hexagonal (30 holes) 1.60 to 5.00mm


• Oval hole • 30 holes


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