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DRYING MEDIA


Dial Silvering Kit Dial Silvering Kit - HoroSolv


Clock dial silvering kit includes the three elements for silvering dials.


• Silvering powder 120ml (S1524)


• Finishing powder 120ml (S1525)


• Silver Lacquer 100ml (L0894) • Black Engravers Wax (elephant) 1 Stick (E0494)


Code S1526


Description Dial Silvering Kit


UOM Price EACH £45.95


Price breaks available, see website Dial Silvering Powder


Dial Silvering Powder - HoroSolv


For clock dials etc. A silver chloride based white powder used for silvering brass dials. To be used with Finishing Powder (S1525). Take a small amount of silvering powder and in a circular motion rub the brass until the surface is uniform


in colour. Rinse with cold water and apply finishing powder.


• Silvering Powder • 120g • Gives a matt silver finish • Reacts with the brass to give the silver colour • For further information see our document download section


Code S1524 Description Dial Silvering Powder


UOM Price £24.50


120G Price breaks available, see website Engravers Wax (Elephant Black) Engravers Wax - Black (Elephant Black)


Engravers “inlay” wax for use on clock dials and other decorative engraving work.


• Engravers Wax • AKA Elephant Black • 150mm Stick approx.


Code E0494 Description


Black Engravers Wax (Elephant Black)


UOM Price EACH Price breaks available, see website Engravers Wax (Elephant White) £3.90


• 150mm Stick approx. Code


E4768 Description


White Engravers Wax (Elephant White)


UOM Price EACH Price breaks available, see website £3.75


For a comprehensive “guide to enamelling” as well as material safety data sheets please see the “documents” PDF icon above.


DRYING MEDIA Dring Media “Maizorb”


How to use: 1. Mix the base resin, colour resin and hardener well and leave for about 3 minutes 2. Meanwhile, clean the product that you are applying the colour on with a scratch brush or with a cotton cloth 3. Apply the mixed enamel colour and let it dry for 3-4 minutes 4. You can then buff to your desired finish


Cold Enamelling Kit (Far East)


by weight. As an example, for 3g of coloured enamel you would need 1.9g base resin, 0.1g colour resin and 1g hardener.


Maizorb - Drying Media - Absorbent Grain


• Fine Grain (between 1500 & 560 micron particle size) • Medium Grain (between 2000 & 710 micron particle size)


• 1Kg Bags Why use Maizorb ?


A traditional method for drying your jewellery/ components particular gold, silver and platinum. With various methods being used in your workshop such as ultrasonic cleaning, barrelling, plating, pickling and stripping. One must ideally rinse items with distilled water and dry quick so no surface stains are visible. Using this method is fast and excellent to dry large amounts, saving time and money.


• Maizorb will absorb all the moisture left on your pieces


• Ideally use Maizorb warmed up by a efficient drying machine (see D4901)


Code


D8653 D8127


Description Fine (1kg) Maizorb Medium (1kg) Maizorb


UOM Price 1KG


1KG Price breaks available, see website


£3.00 £3.00


Jewellery enamelling is a great way to add colour to your creations. Jewellers who love colour in their jewellery will find cold enamelling a wonderful way to bring excitement into their work. Cold enamelling is the process of applying colour to metal and then sealing it with a glass like substance. The substance used is enamel paint (resin). No heat is required.


• 12 Transparent & opaque colours • 20ml bottles • Supplied in handy wooden storage box


ENAMELLING


Jewellery enamelling is a great way to add colour to your creations. Jewellers who love colour in their jewellery will find cold enamelling (otherwise known as epoxy enamelling) a wonderful way to bring excitement into their work. As well as offering a vast array of finishing possibilities, enamelling protects your work, forming a barrier between the piece and the elements.


Engravers Wax - White (Elephant White)


Engravers “inlay” wax for use on clock dials and other decorative engraving work.


• Engravers Wax • AKA Elephant White


Cold enamelling is the process of applying colour to metal and then sealing it with a glass like substance. The base resin is mixed with with a coloured resin & a hardener to achieve the desired look. Casting or doming base resins are available, with the doming giving a slightly raised “domed” profile finish, whereas the cast resin cures to a flatter finish. Cast base resin should only be used with cast hardener & doming base resin should only be used with doming hardener.


Both types (cast and doming) should be mixed 2 parts base resin to 1 part hardener


1256 COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER


Kit contains: • Transparent colours: Orange, yellow, red, green, violet & blue


• Opaque colours: Yellow, white, pink, red & black • Pearl finish powder • Matt finish powder • 1 Hardener • Double ended spatula • Brass scratch brush • Brass pinton • 6 tooth picks • 6 mixing paper sheets


• 200g pocket scale (0.01g increments) Code


Description E47018 Cold Enamelling Kit


UOM Price EACH £89.95


Price breaks available, see website


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