Jewelry Tip: How to Sand

In this jewelry tutorial I will show you how to sand your jewelry using two methods; by hand and with a sanding disk attached to a flex shaft.

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Nancy L.T. Hamilton

Jewelry Tip: How To Saw

 

In this jewelry tutorial I will show you some simple sawing tips.

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In this tutorial, Ill talk about:

  • * How jewelry saw blades are numbered
    * How to tell what direction a saw blade’s teeth are facing
    * How to cut out a pattern in sheet metal
    * How to cut safely
    * How to make multiple copies by sawing only once.

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Thanks for watching!

Nancy L.T. Hamilton

P.S. It seems the video had some weird color balance problems so you may see the colors change around a bit. Sorry if that causes some annoyance. We will work on fixing this in future videos.

Blade sizes in jewelry

7 – The largest jewelry blade, chunky teeth
4/0 – Use on 20-24 gauge metal
8/0 – Eight Aught, the smallest toothed jewelry blade. Fine work with thin metal.

Other tips

To check what direction the teeth of your blade is going, drag you finger along the length of the blade. If you feel some resistance, that is the direction the blades face. You want the teeth of the blades to face downwards, when inserting into your saw frame.