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JEWELLERY MEASURING & ADJUSTING Stretcher (Bangles) - Italian


sizes a ring can be stretched. Some particulars to remember is the type of metal, gold, silver, platinum etc (the softer the metal the more it can be stretched as it is less rigid, metals like platinum are far harder to stretch than say 22ct gold), also the method the ring has been constructed. A plain cast wedding band has no solder join therefore a 22ct ring can be stretched up to 1 to 8 sizes.


Having a solder join on a ring creates a weak point so therefore when over stretching is preformed it will come apart from the join (the weakest point).


Made in Italy (O.M.O)


Like our Wedding Ring Enlarging Tool (R5193/R31945) this tool comprises an essential part of both retail and manufacturing environments, allowing the user to stretch a bangle up to one size. Pre-made bangles can be stretched quickly and easily without any technical knowledge and while the customer waits. This tool is often used to alter a bangle prior to sale to an individual customer and further as a walk in service.


This unit comes complete with a set of six round dies. Additionally oval dies (B5195) are available to buy separately which are just as popular. Do remember the human wrist is oval in shape hence the ergonomic benefits of this set.


• Strong robust cast iron body construction can last a life time with the correct maintenance;


• Save time and money by not remaking or reordering; • Easily interchangeable set of six round dies, with wooden stand;


• Each die has six segments giving an even stretch.


Dimensions: • Bangle stretcher: 360 x 130 x 180mm • Die formers stand: 100 x 150 x 250mm • Weight: 14kg


Sizes of dies (maximum diameter x minimum diameter): • 45mm x 40mm • 50mm x 45mm • 55mm x 50mm • 60mm x 55mm • 65mm x 60mm


• 70mm x 65mm Code


B5194 B5195


Description


Stretcher (Bangles) with 6 Round Formers


Oval Formers Set UOM Price


EACH £495.00 PACK*6 £395.00


At times, depending on the your experience and the type of ring, you may have to add metal to enlarge the ring size. Therefore a stretching tool may not be appropriate (we have a large selection of tools and equipment catering for this process see below).


To spot a solder join, heat the ring to near a cherry red colour then place in water you will notice a colour change line (this is where it has been soldered). Heating a ring up does soften it & so helps the ring stretch process to be perform easier. With gem set rings there is more risk of either damaging the stones or the setting while heating or stretching. To protect gem stones while heating it is a good to cover the stones with cool heat to protect them (see link below).


The upright ring stretcher is suited to plain bands, any attempted to stretch gem set rings runs the risk of them falling out, also on the reducer plate gemstones can get damaged.


The most suited tool for stretching gem set rings is the (roller type) gemstone ring stretcher (see below for models and info).


Remember any type of stretching done using these tools may leave some after marks so finishing is required (see links below).


Gem Ring Stretcher, Indian


High Quality Gem ring stretcher ideal for a jewellery retail shop.


The idea of this tool is that it will compress the metal of your ring shank for gemstone rings thus expanding the size of the ring.


How to use᷃


ADJUSTING RINGS (STRETCH, REDUCE & BEND)


Ring adjusting tools are available in different types to suit your budget needs.


• Swiss, Italian, UK or Indian manufactured tools


• Our Italian, Swiss & UK ring sizing tools are of a very high quality and are very well suited for the manufacturer coping with constant work loads


• Our range of Indian ring sizing tools are a good economy price, made with quality and excellent value in mind, suited for the retail/ smaller quantity work


Some useful hints and tips when stretching/ reducing:


One must appreciate there is a number of Gem ring stretcher ideal for a jewellery retail shop.


The idea of this tool is that it will compress the metal of your ring shank for gemstone rings thus expanding the size of the ring.


How to use᷃


1. The base has to firstly be secured to your work surface by screwing it down with long screws or nuts and bolts on to a work surface (not supplied).


2. The unit has a selection of half round and “V” shaped dies.


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1. The base has to firstly be secured to your work surface by screwing it down with long screws or nuts and bolts on to a work surface (not supplied).


2. The unit has a selection of half round and “V” shaped dies.


3. Depending on the shape, size and thickness of the shank you want to stretch. Choose a die that fits in with little movement against the rig shank.


4. To fit this die into the unit, pull out the holding pin on the top of the stretcher. You will find the die and gear nearest to the open/closing handle can be removed.


5. Place your selected die on top of the gear and fit back into the stretcher locking it with the holding pin.


6. Place the ring between the two rollers and turn handle clockwise. The rollers will start meeting both sides of the ring. Once both rollers are touching the ring shank securely hold handle and move left to right 45 °.


7. Perform in smooth actions about 3 to 4 times. 8. Take the ring off and measure size, if still too small repeat the process with another dies that fits. 9. The more you turn handle to close die and tighten on the ring and swing left to right determines how much the ring shank is being compressed. (hence ring size increasing).


Contains: • 16 dies in a plastic storage box • Steel construction


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3. Depending on the shape, size and thickness of the shank you want to stretch. Choose a die that fits in with little movement against the rig shank.


4. To fit this die into the unit, pull out the holding pin on the top of the stretcher. You will find the die and gear nearest to the open/closing handle can be removed.


5. Place your selected die on top of the gear and fit back into the stretcher locking it with the holding pin.


6. Place the ring between the two rollers and turn handle clockwise. The rollers will start meeting both sides of the ring. Once both rollers are touching the ring shank securely hold handle and move left to right 45 °.


7. Perform in smooth actions about 3 to 4 times. 8. Take the ring off and measure size, if still too small repeat the process with another dies that fits. 9. The more you turn handle to close die and tighten on the ring and swing left to right determines how much the ring shank is being compressed. (hence ring size increasing).


Contains: • 15 dies in a plastic storage box • Steel construction • Sizes stretching capacity H to Z + 6 • Overall size 95mm x 195mm x 90mm


• Weight 1400 grams Code


R31948 Description


Gem Ring Stretching Tool, Indian Made


Gem Ring Stretcher, Italian UOM Price EACH £15.95


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