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ABRASIVES: CONES, MOPS & WHEELS Mini Wheels


• Are very popular for jewellers, silversmiths, light engineers, model makers and in arts and crafts.


• Are very useful for getting into spherical awkward circular areas for example, inside bangles


• Can be mounted onto rotary headpieces spindles in order to reach awkward areas (see below for recommended rotary machines)


• Max 8,000rpm • Made in UK


The Bristle Wheels have very good wear and last longer when in use, very economical for batch work; used with the right bar of compounds you can get a high standard, bright and semi bright finish.


Cousins UK - UK Made


Traditional wheel bristle brushes have been the ideal manufactures’ choice for many generations.


• Wheel bristle brushes are recommended for many types of metals; gold, silver, platinum, copper, brass etc.


• Perfect to reach around grooves, indentations or over flat surfaces


• Bristles are excellent to get into grooves, slits or uneven surfaces


• Precision made excellent quality


• Ø13mm x 10mm • Max 10,000rpm • Made in Britain


P1290M- Semi Finish, use P1394 P1289M-Smoothing, use P3664


Code


P1290M P1289M


Description


Ø21mm (Black) Medium Ø21mm (White) Stiff


UOM Price EACH


EACH Price breaks available, see website Mini Wheels, Alpine


£0.55 £0.55


Recommended compounds: • P1388 Dialux Rouge • P7809 Platinum Final Finish Polinum Polishing Compound


• P19467 Titanium & Stainless Steel Specialist Polinoxx Polishing Compound


• P1390 Steelbrite Final Finish Compound


Recommended rotary machines: • Foredom Grinder Micromotor Kit: FDK1020 • Jewellers Kit & No20 “Quick Release” Handpiece: K2220CE


• Rotary Drill & Tool Kit, Variable Speed: D9821 Code


Description


P30564 P30563 P30562 P30561


Ø19mm (Grey) Extra Soft Ø19mm (White) Soft


Ø19mm (Brown) Medium Ø19mm (Black) Hard


EACH EACH EACH


Price breaks available, see website Mini Wheels, Goat/Horse Hair (Mix)


UOM Price EACH


Goat, horse & hog hair star brushes are mainly used for polishing up metal in between stone settings. The natural composition of the brushes ensure no damage to the stone and a high polish finish. The star shape allows excessively easy access to grooves and slits, ensuring all areas of your work reaches the quality your customers expect


• Mounted on a Ø2.35mm shank • Goat, horse or chungking (hog) hair • Star shaped • Great for use in jewellery making, modelling and dentistry


Natural products so colours may vary Code


Description


£0.60 £0.55 £0.60 £0.60


P40209 P40208 P40207


UOM Price


Ø22mm (Goat Hair) Star, Extra Soft EACH Ø22mm (Horse Hair) Star, Medium EACH Ø22mm (Hog Hair) Star, Stiff


EACH Price breaks available, see website Hard (Extra Stiff) Reducing


£0.30 £0.30 £0.30


Mini Wheels, Goat/Horse/Hog (Star)


Cousins UK - UK Made


Goat and horse hair bristle brushes are mainly used for polishing up metal in between stone settings. The natural composition of the brushes ensure no damage to the stone and a high polish finish.


• Mounted on a Ø2.35mm shank • Max 10,000rpm • Made in UK


Cousins UK - UK Made


Bristle “Alpine” wheels a new selection of miniature wheel brushes with HP shanks.


For all kinds of polishing of precious metal alloys, acrylic teeth, non precious metal alloys, hard alloys, composite, ceramics, etc. Superior quality than conventional wheel brushes which sometimes can fall apart


• Excellent for polishing / brightening over stone setting like fine pave work, channel settings, rub over / bezel settings etc


• You will find that the Alpine Wheel bristles will get in-between the stone setting hence added brightness to the setting


• Use before rhodium finishing; you will notice an enhanced brighter finish


• Very good to get into grooves and shapes • Available in various grades to handle delicate or harsher work for finishing


• Bristle wheels can be used on gold, silver, platinum, palladium, copper, brass, plastics, aluminium, pewter, tin, steel, wood and bronze


Recommended compounds: • P31645 - Final finish, use P1388 • P31646 - Ultra finish, use p7809


Natural products so colours may vary Code


Description


P31645 P31646


Ø21mm (Goat/Horse Mix) Bristle Ø21mm (Horse) Bristle


UOM Price EACH


EACH Price breaks available, see website


• Coarse (extra stiff) • Also Super Stiff for a harder stiffer bristle than extra stiff


• Plastic hubs (wooden where stated) • High reducing • Various diameters • Straight or tapered bristles • Rhino Brushes incorporate calico


• Made in UK Code


£0.57 £0.57


P31491 P31492 P31483 P4845 P5347


P31484 P31482 P31487


P31495 P31490


P31488 P31485


P31493 P31489 P31486


Description


Ø48mm (2 Row) Converging Ø50mm (1 Row) Straight Ø50mm (2 Row) Converging Ø57mm (3 Row) Converging Ø57mm (4 Row) Converging Ø63mm (2 Row) Converging Ø63mm (3 Row) Converging Ø70mm (2 Row) Converging


Ø70mm (2 Row) Converging, Wooden Hub


Ø80mm (3 Row) Converging Ø80mm (4 Row) Converging


Ø80mm (4 Row) Converging, Super Stiff


Ø80mm (4 Row) Converging, Wooden Hub


Ø80mm (4 Row) Straight


Ø80mm (4 Row) Straight, Super Stiff


UOM Price EACH


EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH EACH


EACH EACH


EACH EACH


EACH EACH EACH


£0.95 £0.95 £0.95 £1.25 £2.40 £0.95 £1.40 £1.15


£1.20 £1.75


£2.05 £3.00


£1.65 £2.20 £3.15


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