Plastic Fantastic Collection: As Seen in "Cool Tools & Hip Tips"

Plastic is pivotal! From non-marring mallets to nylon forming stakes, plastic tools are essential for moving metal without damaging the surface of your work. Use the included nylon tools as you explore metalsmithing techniques and projects.

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Plastic is Fantastic!

"Everyone should own a few plastic/nylon/Delrin tools as part of their general shop inventory. Why? So you can move metal without marring it. It's good to have a few plastic mallets, some rod, a block or two, and an ever-useful short length of 4-inch PVC plumbing pipe to get you out of a bind."
- Helen I. Driggs

Add a few must-have nylon tools, hand-picked by Helen, to your toolbox with this Plastic Fantastic Collection. Plus, discover essential metalsmithing techniques including forging, forming, filigree, and more. With the tools, techniques, and projects included in this collection, you'll be making unique metal jewelry in no time!

You can't go wrong with tools, expert instruction, and projects you can't wait to make for

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See what’s inside this fantastic collection:
Bench Block Helper with Steel and Nylon Blocks

Reduce noise and vibration at your workbench when you use this three-piece bench block set. The Vulcanized rubber base absorbes shock, whether you use the steel block or the nylon block, both included in the set.

Small Cone Nylon Hammer

This nylon hammer with one cone-shaped end and a wedge-shaped end will move your metal without marring the surface.

Nylon Jaw Ringholding Plier

Hold rings and other circular objects securely while polishing or doing other work with these nylon parallel jaw pliers.

Silversmithing for Jewelry Makers: A Handbook of Techniques and Surface Treatments
by Elizabeth Bone

Expert jeweler and silversmith, Elizabeth Bone, offers a comprehensive guide to techniques, surface treatments, and innovations specifically designed for all jewelry makers working in silver. You will learn basic skills and specialized techniques, including filigree, chasing, annealing, engraving, etching, casting, and more.

Metalsmith Essentials: Basic Fabrication
with Helen I. Driggs

Join artist and experienced metalsmith Helen I. Driggs in 9 watch-and-learn lessons as she shows you step-by-step how to fabricate metal jewelry pieces! Take your skills and jewelry designs to the next level with the versatility of metal jewelry making. Master metalsmithing basics as you boost your jewelry-making skills with these essential techniques for getting started with metal, including how-tos in sawing, filing, hammering, forging, and much more!

10 Metalsmithing Basics
Project Compilation eBook

Boost your jewelry-making skills while you learn techniques, tips, and tricks to master the basic tool kit of a metalsmith. Now you can enhance your metal jewelry designs as you learn how to use your tools for metal jewelry making from Lapidary Journal Jewelry Artist's Senior Editor Helen I. Driggs!

10 Basic Metalsmithing Jewelry Projects
Project Compilation eBook

Boost your confidence with your tools and help develop your skills in annealing, simple solders, cold connections, tension settings, forging, fabrication, and more. Create an exciting new wardrobe of silver and gemstone jewelry while you master the basics of metalsmithing.

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