Metal Analysis Tool
This segment from the 2017 MJSA Journal November issue is dedicated to metals, tools, software and more that aids jewelers and designers in their quest to create their masterpieces. In this article we talk about Metal Analysis Tool.
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- Kinds of Alloys
- Useful Bench Tools
- Business Software Tools
- CAD/CAM Designer Tools
- Casting Tools and Products
- Chain & Findings
- Digital Imaging
- Display & Packaging
- Engraving Machines
- Finishing Machines
- Gem Identification Machines
- Laser Technology
- Pollution Control / Metal Recovery
KEE Gold Prospector
Designed to be user friendly, the Kee Gold Prospector gold tester offers a nondestructive way to identify gold alloys from 10k to 24k in all colors. Operating on one AA battery, the upgraded tester now features an optimized pen probe to enhance the tester's resolution, stability, and battery life. In addition, it features an easy-to-read analog meter movement. Weighing 12 ounces, the tester measures 6.5 inches by 3.25 inches by 1.75 inch. Contact: The Berco ToolGuys, 29 E. Madison St., Ste. 550, Chicago, IL 60602; 1-312-782-1050; fax 782- 4441; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org; bercojewelry.com.
The award-winning Journal is published monthly by MJSA, the trade association for professional jewelry makers, designers, and related suppliers. It offers design ideas, fabrication and production techniques, bench tips, business and marketing insights, and trend and technology updates—the information crucial for business success. “More than other publications, MJSA Journal is oriented toward people like me: those trying to earn a living by designing and making jewelry,” says Jim Binnion of James Binnion Metal Arts.
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