You’ll Love This Jeweler’s Saw DVD If:
- You want to practice using a jeweler’s saw
- You love working with a jeweler’s saw & want to try using it with different materials
- You want to explore this versatile mixed media tool
Thomas Mann is an experienced mixed media artist and in this step-by-step DVD he shows you how to work with a jeweler’s saw, adding new elements to your mixed media projects. The 4 featured projects cover important basics such as how to saw through paper, acrylic and metal.
This tools is very versatile and also requires a level of skill. Develop your jeweler’s saw talents with the great start to finish instruction from Thomas Mann. Don’t miss out on the great instruction from Thomas Mann in this DVD.
In the Metal Artist's Workbench, Jeweler’s Saw Projects DVD You’ll Learn:
- How to use a jeweler’s saw through 4 fun projects
- How to accurately cut through paper, acrylic and metal
- Tips and techniques for adding new elements to your jewelry or mixed media pieces
Look for Thomas's two new videos from http://ArtistsNetwork.TVcoming soon—Metal Artist’s Workbench, Learn to Use the Jeweler’s Saw and Metal Artist’s Workbench, Jeweler’s Saw Projects (available soon through http://ArtistsNetwork.TV and http://NorthLightShop.com).
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About the Artist: Thomas Mann
Thomas Mann is a former president of the Santa Barbara Art Association and a member of the California Art Club and the Art Guild of Santa Ynez Valle. With more than 30 years of expertise painting & working with metals and plastics, Thomas Mann shares his techniques at great workshops.
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- 22g brass, bronze, copper or nickel sheet
- 16g brass, bronze, copper or nickel sheet
- Commercial light switch plate (optional)
- 1/8” (3mm) acrylic sheet
- Assorted sizes of metal tubing
- Wire—any gauge
- Copper wire rivets
- 080 micro bolts, nuts and nylon spacers
- Metal coins
- 80-lb. cover stock or other paper
- Copy paper
- Rubber cement
- Jeweler’s saw
- Jeweler’s saw blades (1/0, 2/0, 4/0, skip tooth)
- Flexible-shaft drill (or hand drill)
- Drill bits (no. 52, no. 60, 1/8” (3mm), 3/16” (8mm))
- V-slotted bench pin
- Steel bench block
- Assorted files
- Spring-loaded center punch
- Ball peen Hammer
- 080 nut driver (optional)
- Flush cutters
- Fine-point permanent marker
- Binder clips