Grand Tour of My Setting-Bench
This video is the "Grand Tour of My Setting Bench".
I explain all of my carbide burs as they are located in separate pallets, or bur-holding pads.
You will also see where I keep the smaller gem-stones on my bench. My bench-peg even has a little recess cut out in the peg. I don't want to loose or drop any customers little diamonds.
I introduce my favourite "Mini-Motor" & explain why I just enjoy using it, for the many reasons described.
Inside my bench-pan are more than 175, 90-degree angle H.S.S. burs that all are kept in separate wooden boxes. My setting tools are a major dollar investment
- AuthorGerry Lewy
With over 40 years experience as a stone setter, Gerry Lewy is known throughout the diamond setting community. Gerry started his 9-year apprenticeship with a jewelry manufacturer and tutored by a gentleman ‘setter’, in Haddon Gardens, London. Gerry has redeveloped himself into more than a master setter, his purpose is now to be a teacher of the art as well.
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