Using a Jewelers Lathe I WS-135

Using a Jewelers Lathe I WS-135
Participant will become familiar with the jewelers lathe, its components and how basic cutting tools are used to cut and shape metal.

Basic cutting of metal will be practiced and the following areas will be covered:

  • Types of jewelers lathes. 
  • Different parts of the jewelers lathe.
  • Lathe safety.
  • Types of cutting tools used on the lathe.
  • Preparing, shaping and sharpening your cutting tools.
  • Basic cutting and parts making on the jewelers lathe.
Tools Needed: 
  • Selection of eye loupes- 10x, 4x (required)
  • Pin vice to hold 1/8 square graver (required)
  • Arkansas bench stone (required)
  • Tweezers 3 or 3C (required)
  • Needle/Escapement files (optional)
  • Sapphire file or burnisher (optional)
  • Dust blower (optional)
  • Pithwood (optional)
  • Rodico (optional)

    Instructor:
     Tony Paster

    Workshop Fee:
    NAWCC Member


    $545 Early Bird (before 05/23/2017)
    $600 Regular

    Non Member

    $590 Early Bird (before 05/23/2017)
    $655 Regular

    Lab Fee: $65.00 (will be added upon checkout.)
When
7/8/2017 - 7/10/2017
Where
NAWCC School of Horology
514 Poplar Street
Columbia, PA 17512 United States
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