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[5] Chain Making Project
This project is for beginners that wish to become silversmiths, part time or full time. Keep in mind that there are many ways to do this faster with the use of mechanical tools, but you are doing this project to learn how to use your frame saw and how to solder... () (1996)
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Show me more articles from: [Ganoksin]|[Two Suns Trading Co. Inc.]
Releated Categories: [Chain Making]|[Beginner's Corner]

 

[220] Chain reaction - Tips on repairing broken chains
The difficulty of chain repair lies in the fact that the chain is made up of fine wires. These wires heat up quickly when trying to melt the solder. Two problems develop. The first is if the wire link gets too hot, it will quickly melt as you are trying to solder.... (2003)
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Show me more articles from: [BWSimon]|[Bradney W. Simon]
Releated Categories: [Repairs]|[Chain Making]

 

[304] Evaluation of strength and quality of chains
In recent years, we have witnessed a growing concern of manufacturers and retailers regarding the quality of the jewelry products. Closer attention is being paid to such issues as general aesthetic appearance, surface finish, color consistency, strength and overall durability of jewelry. Responding to the increasing quality requirements, we have made an attempt to develop some specific methods for testing the finished jewelry products including various chains, bangle bracelets, castings and components..... (1998)
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Show me more articles from: [The World Gold Council]|[G. Raykhtsum]
Releated Categories: [Jewelry Mass Production]|[Chain Making]

 

[757] Making a Silver Chain Using Pulse-Arc-Welding Technology
This sterling silver chocker chain is handmade from 16 gauge round wire. It has multiple interlocking links. The customer leads a very active lifestyle and has small children so she prefers the links be permanently closed.... (2005)
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Show me more articles from: [Visual Communications]|[Mark B. Mann]
Releated Categories: [Fusing & Welding]|[Chain Making]

 

[861] Palladium Chain Making Using Mass Production Methods
As proudly proclaimed in its name, Balestra 1882 has manufactured high quality gold and platinum chain in Italy since 1882. Now a global organization, its operations have extended far beyond the city of its birth. Last fall, they started researching palladium alloys for jewelry and have begun manufacturing palladium chain. Currently, they offer over 25 different styles of palladium chain in a variety of weights, and sizes. Their factory is capable of processing precious metals from bullion to finished product. Presented here is an overview of their chain manufacturing processes at their facility in Bassano Del Grappa, Italy.... (2007)
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Show me more articles from: [Visual Communications]|[Mark B. Mann]
Releated Categories: [Jewelry Mass Production]|[Chain Making]|[Palladium Fabrication]

 

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