You’ll Love This Jewelry Making Video Download If:
- You want to learn how to use a jeweler’s saw safely
- You love making jewelry & mixed media pieces & want to learn more
- You love working with paper, acrylic, and metal and want to expand your skills
Learn how to use a jeweler’s saw. in this video download of step-by-step projects from artist Thomas Mann. Practice safety & techniques when working with a jeweler’s saw with these great tips. With Metal Artist’s Workbench, Jeweler’s Saw Projects Thomas Mann covers working with a variety of materials including paper, acrylic and metal.
Jeweler’s saws are a versatile tool, great for mixed media projects and jewelry projects too. Thomas Mann covers exciting techniques such as how to saw your signature and how to use a jeweler’s saw when creating light switch covers and other projects that require detailed work. Thomas show you how to safely & effectively work with a jeweler’s saw when creating interesting mixed media pieces.
In the Metal Artist’s Workbench, Jeweler’s Saw Projects Video Download You’ll Learn:
- How to saw through paper, acrylic and metal safely
- Tips & techniques for using a jeweler’s saw in new ways
- Four projects demonstrated by Thomas Mann from start to finish
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About the Artist: Thomas Mann
Thomas Mann is a member of the California Art Club, Art Guild of Santa Ynez Valley and the Santa Barbara Art Association. He has been a professional artist for more than 30 years and his work has been featured in many exhibits and he has attended many top 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