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ABRASIVES: COnES, MOPS & WHEELS


• Very good to do large batch loads of work with economical spending


• Very popular for Jewellers, Silversmiths, Light Engineers, Model Makers and in Arts and Craft


• Made in UK


Ideal in Jewellery making or repairing for cutting Jump rings, wire and slitting for hinges etc.


Texturing grooves on items e.g. rings bracelets & earrings.


Very good for cutting thicker items than sawing or saw piecing


Watch Bracelet end cutting or applications within clock part making / adapting Watch Bracelet end cutting or applications within clock part making / adapting.


• use mandrel product Code P1343M for Max Cutting Discs C30565, C30566, and C30567


• use mandrel product Code M20875 for Max Cutting Discs C30568


• Ø20mm = 20,000 - 25,000 r.p.m. • Ø26mm = 15,000 - 20,000 r.p.m. • Ø40mm = 15,000 - 20,000 r.p.m.


• Diamond Impregnated for Longer Lasting Code


Description C30565


C30566 C30567


C30568


Ø20mm (Thick Ø0.20mm) Diamond Impregnated


Ø20mm (Thick Ø0.30mm) Diamond Impregnated


Ø25mm (Thick Ø0.30mm) Ø40mm (Thick Ø0.50mm)


UOM Price EACH


EACH EACH


EACH Price breaks available, see website Steel Cutting Discs £3.00


£3.15 £1.15


£1.50


Bergeon De-Oxidation Wheel: • is a non woven mop hosting compressed material, a best quality fibril


• is a silicon carbide for matt or satin finishing on most metals


• is also used for deburring and deoxidisation • has a plastic centre hub easy for winding onto spindles


• are used dry, no compounds needed • are used on a wide range of metals including brass, copper, gold, sliver, platinum, palladium, titanium, pewter, tin, steel, iron, and aluminium


• has an excellent robust durability. • each layer consists of a flap which sits horizontally on the hub so a larger surface area of the flap comes into contact with the work area, whilst insuring durability of the wheel also.


Some of the usages Bergeon De-Oxidation Wheels: • commonly used for light cleaning and rust removing work.


• gives a satin/matt finish on rings, bracelets, pendants, bangles, and brooches.


Cousins UK - Save time and money by cutting straight and precisely with our Circular Mini Mounted Saws.


Just some of their many uses: • After making jump rings on a mandrel use these tools to cut free you links.


• Cut a slit for screw heads • Use with a joint cutting tool to cut tube/wire fast, accurately and with ease. Put a circular saw into the cutting slit instead of a saw blade (code C32967/ C32968)


• Texture designs on to items to add distinction. • When testing precious metal use these saws to cut away suspected plate, much quicker than the traditional saw piercing method.


• Circular Mini mounted Saws come mounted with screw on mandrels (M32971) with shank size are 2.35mm (3/32).


• Thickness of mini saws Blades 0.1mm • Length 45mm • Weight: 9grms


Code


C32964 C32965 C32966 C32967 C32968


Description


Ø13mm Mounted Steel Saw Ø16mm Mounted Steel Saw Ø19mm Mounted Steel Saw Ø22mm Mounted Steel Saw Ø25mm Mounted Steel Saw


UOM Price EACH


EACH EACH EACH EACH


Price breaks available, see website


£3.95 £3.95 £3.95 £3.95 £4.95


• adds a contrast texture to jewellery finishing. • use for watch graining; create a matt finish to restore your old watch (bracelets, clasps etc᷃ ). Often used in combination with Polymide Protection Tape (references start from T19961 and T31384) to texture bracelets, designs which are highly fashionable on many branded watches, including Rolex, Omega and others.


• superb for the clock repairer and restorer, as a fast, effective way to remove old lacquer, oxidisation and rust from aged clocks.


Have you ever wondered how the finish on Gothic and Celtic jewellery and models is achieved?


• to create an antique finish: First use Ageing Ammonium Hydrosulphide Chemical our code (C6263) or Metal Ageing Chemical CC60 (C6264). When you have blackened the piece use Bergeon Wheel to take off the Silver Ageing Ammonium Hydrosulphide Chemical, the areas in which the mop doesn’t reach will remain partly blackened hence giving an aged effect.


• Using the fine and very fine grades it gives the effect of a frosted car windscreen.


• In a time when retro/antique jewellery is coming back into fashion, this is a quick and easy way to obtain this effect in an economical way.


Specification: • Ø100mm • 20mm Wide • 6mm bore • Suggested 2800rpm


• Max 5500rpm Code


P2539


P2538 P2537 P2536


Description


Ultra Fine (Ø100mm) Bergeon 6085.E4


Very Fine (Ø100mm) Bergeon 6085.E3


Fine (Ø100mm) Bergeon 6085.E2


Medium (Ø100mm) Bergeon 6085.E1


UOM Price EACH £22.50


EACH £22.50 EACH £22.50 EACH £22.50


Price breaks available, see website 1196 COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER Cousins UK - Drum Sander Arbors and Abrasive Bands


Mini roll sanders have a wide range of applications and are used in a wide variety of industries. Used with the appropriate grade you can get a high standard, semi- bright mirror finish.


Glue bonded, brown corundum emery cloth for fast cutting. Provides chatter free operation for grinding, blending, deburring, smoothing, finishing and polishing flat and contoured surfaces.


• Using the quick expand spindles, you will find it will save time when changing the drum sander bands


• Very popular for jewellers, silversmiths, light engineers, model makers and in arts and crafts


• Drum sanders are very useful to use for levelling off metals


• Used on a wide range of metals including brass, copper, gold, sliver, platinum, bronze, palladium, titanium, pewter, tin, steel, iron and aluminium


• Using various grades you can level metals off as well as smoothing scratches, pit holes, file and casting flash marks


• You will find because of the rubber centre the abrasive surface will hold its shape well meaning you can apply pressure to the item


• Fast and easy to use in production, no need to use a spilt mandrel


• An economical way to do large batch work • Very useful for getting into spherical awkward circular areas for example, inside rings and bangles


• Used dry no compounds needed • Mandrel arbors contact and expand by adjusting the screw on top of the mandrel. This allows for easy fitting of the sanders


Specifications: • Rubber heads • Ø2.35mm Shafts. • 2 diameters available, Ø9.50mm & Ø12mm • All bands are 12.7mm ( ½”) long • Choice of 3 grit textures (coarse = 120, medium = 240, fine = 320)


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


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


Description D32163 Ø9.5mm Mandrel Arbor


Ø9.5mm (120 Grit) Bands Ø9.5mm (240 Grit) Bands Ø9.5mm (320 Grit) Bands


Ø12mm (120 Grit) Bands Ø12mm (240 Grit) Bands Ø12mm (320 Grit) Bands


FDASD326 Ø9.5mm Mandrel Arbor, Foredom EACH D52354 D52355 D52356


FDASD328 Ø12mm Mandrel Arbor, Foredom D52357 D52358 D52359


EACH


UOM Price EACH


DE-OXIDATION WHEELS (ALSO


FOR A MATT OR SATIn FInISH)


De-Oxidation Wheels


EMERY INCLUDING DRUM & ROLL SANDERS


Corundum Emery Drum Sanders


£2.50 £4.40


PACK*25 £1.50 PACK*25 £1.50 PACK*25 £1.50 £4.40


PACK*25 £1.50 PACK*25 £1.50 PACK*25 £1.50


Price breaks available, see website


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