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JEWELLERY MEASURING & ADJUSTING Wedding Ring Stretcher, Durston


Wedding Ring Stretcher, Durston with Ring Bender


Wedding Ring Stretcher, Italian


Enlarging & Reducing - O.M.O Italy


One of the highest quality and world favourite Ring Stretcher’s available in the Jewellery Industry .


Enlarging & Reducing - Made in Great Britain by Durston


A high quality, British made ring stretcher giving the jeweller and retailer the ability to re-size rings with ease


Features: • A 6 spline mandrel • 16 polished and countersunk polished steel dies • Will reduce bands up to 12mm wide • High finished reversible reducer plate • Specially designed gear reduction means effortless forming


• Heavy duty cast iron construction with hardened steel shaft


How to use reducer plate:


The reducer plate is a very handy feature incorporated with this stretcher. The use of the press with plate compress a ring shank to a smaller size. Notice on the reducer plate there is a selection of tapered machine holes to suit different ring shank sizes.


To reduce your wedding band place your ring on the tapered hole so it sits in with it half in and out.


Move the reducer plate so it meets the top of the planishing drop die (the circular plate that moves down towards the reduction plate when handle is pulled down). Pull handle down so it pushes the ring into the taper. This is slightly compressing the shank thus making it smaller. Repeat this process moving the ring round to keep the sizing even and regular in space.


Please note: Additional finishing will be required. It is not advisable to reduce patterned wedding bands as they can be easily marked. (see code R2817 for ring stretcher reducer for pattern wedding rings seizer tool from Bergeon Switzerland)


• Made in Great Britain • Size: 390 x 180 x 120mm • Weight: 9.5kg • Durston 1301


Code R42923 Description


Wedding Ring Enlarging & Reducing Tool, Durston


UOM Price EACH £259.95


Enlarging, Reducing & Bending - Made in Great Britain by Durston


A high quality, British made ring stretcher & bender giving the jeweller and retailer the ability to re-size rings with ease. The same as tool R42923 but with additional ring bending capability


Features: • A 6 spline mandrel • 16 polished and countersunk polished steel dies • Will reduce bands up to 12mm wide • High finished reversible reducer plate • Will bend rings up to 4mm thick • Bending and shaping of half round, flat, oval and engraved shank material into circular rings


• Two matching bending hardened and precision ground dies are supplied


• It is effective on hard alloy metals • Specially designed gear reduction means effortless forming


• Heavy duty cast iron construction with hardened steel shaft


How to use reducer plate:


The reducer plate is a very handy feature incorporated with this stretcher. The use of the press with plate compress a ring shank to a smaller size. Notice on the reducer plate there is a selection of tapered machine holes to suit different ring shank sizes.


To reduce your wedding band place your ring on the tapered hole so it sits in with it half in and out.


Move the reducer plate so it meets the top of the planishing drop die (the circular plate that moves down towards the reduction plate when handle is pulled down). Pull handle down so it pushes the ring into the taper. This is slightly compressing the shank thus making it smaller. Repeat this process moving the ring round to keep the sizing even and regular in space.


Please note: Additional finishing will be required. It is not advisable to reduce patterned wedding bands as they can be easily marked. (see code R2817 for ring stretcher reducer for pattern wedding rings seizer tool from Bergeon Switzerland)


• Made in Great Britain • Size: 390 x 180 x 150mm • Weight: 10Kg • Durston 1302


Code R45661 Description


Wedding Ring Enlarging, Reducing & Bending Tool, Durston


UOM Price EACH £285.00


Features: • Sizes H to Z + 3 reducing & enlarging wedding rings • Durable and robust able to handle workshop sizing with confidence


• Ring stretching mandrel polished with size markings • High finished revisable reducer plate • 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).


How to use reducer plate᷃


The reducer plate is a very handy feature incorporated with this stretcher. The use of the press with plate compress a ring shank to a smaller size. Notice on the reducer plate there is a selection of tapered machine holes to suit different ring shank sizes.


To reduce your wedding band place your ring on the tapered hole so it sits in with it half in and out.


Move the reducer plate so it meets the top of the planishing drop die (the circular plate that moves down towards the reduction plate when handle is pulled down). Pull handle down so it pushes the ring into the taper. This is slightly compressing the shank thus making it smaller. Repeat this process moving the ring round to keep the sizing even and regular in space.


Please note: Additional finishing will be required. It is not advisable to reduce patterned wedding bands as they can be easily marked. (see code R2817 for ring stretcher reducer for pattern wedding rings seizer tool from Bergeon Switzerland)


• O.M.O Italy • Size: 380 x 180 x 130mm


• Weight: 11.5kg Code


R5193 R9195


Description


Wedding Ring Enlarging & Reducing Tool, Italian Made


UOM Price EACH £245.00 Reducing Wheel Die, Italian Made EACH £159.45


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