Included with the Rings & Things Metal Clay Tool Kit...
2 Nonstick Work Surfaces
Woven fiberglass with a nonstick coating. Great for building your pieces on because it breathes a bit and the clay pieces don't warp as much -- we included two of these 4x4" sheets so you can work on a second piece while your first one is drying.
1 Small Jar with Lid and Sponge
#69-132 For keeping your clay moist and ready for that next project moisten the sponge and keep your metal clay in the main compartment. 1x2"
1 Plexi Roller
#69-131 Use to roll out sheets of clay. A little olive oil rubbed lightly over it will keep the clay from sticking to it. 6" long.
1 Texture Plates Kit
#87-055 24 different textures on 5x4" plastic sheets a little olive oil and these will release great. How will you use them all?
1 Wax Shaping Spatula
#69-119 With its two ends, this is the No. 1 tool for building, patching and refining precious metal clays. 5.5"
1 Pair of Tweezers
#69-141 For placing those little bits exactly where you want them on your metal clay work.
2 Tissue Blades
#84-385-2 Great long flexible blades for straight cuts or curved trims. Watch it they're sharp! There's a reason they are called blades.
1 Ring Sizer Set
#69-152 Easy to use with your clients/customers.
1 Scalpel Handle and #11 Blades
#69-153, #69-154 These small knives can be used in all sorts of places now with the replaceable blades, you can abuse the edge more and still keep working. #11 is a straight edge. Pack of five blades.
2 Stick Burnishers
#69-102 These come as a set, and the sizes are great for tight places you might want to burnish. We also chose these for the kit because they have a shape and size many of you will not have already. A lot of studios already have curved or agate burnishers on the bench.
1 Stainless Steel Brush
#69-114 For cleanup and finish. Be aware that brass sometimes leaves a residue on the metal clay and plain steel rusts.
1 Set of Jeweler's Files
#69-140 Diamond-loaded and therefore nondirectional, great for small-scale working. Set of 10.
1 Rubber Block
#69-124 2" cube used as "soft surface" anvil. Also can be used as a backup surface when you're burnishing.
1 Butane Torch
#69-180 Use with a fill of butane to fire your pieces and in the evening to finish off that creme brulè for your guests. Torch is 6" tall.
1 Stainless Steel Firing Screen
#87-052 6" square of 1/8" mesh for firing on a gas burner.
1 Polishing Cloth
#63-537 Really works well to bring up some shine try it right over a brushed surface for a nicely highlighted soft finish.
1 Fire Block
#69-182 For insulation under your pieces when torch firing. 5.7x3.7x2"
1 Fiber Board
#69-183 For firing on and/or setting up your pieces to load in the kiln. 6x6"
1 Fiber Blanket
For kiln setups of odd-shaped pieces and/or covering small torch fired glass, etc. 5x6x1"
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