2 Ball Pean Hammer Description: Wooden handle & double sided metal head.Flat end is used for: Forging – flattening and stretching the metal.Round end is used for: Hammer texturing – makes little shiny dots that are small when hit lightly & larger when hit harder.Located: metal drawer area
3 Anvil Description: Harden steel work surface Uses: Used for forging metal. Allows the metal to stretch more effectively because it “hits” the metal on both sides at once.Located: in the tall closet on the first shelf.
4 Rawhide Mallet Description: Wooden handle & rawhide head.Uses: This tool is used to work harden metal.Located: metal drawer area
5 Flat Nose Jeweler’s Pliers Description: Two flat jaws and metal handlesUses: makes flat or squared off shapes in wire.Located: your assigned kit.
6 Round Nose Jeweler’s Pliers Description: Two round jaws and metal handlesUses: Makes S curves or rounded shapes in wireLocated: your assigned kit.
7 Chain Nose Jeweler’s Pliers Description: Two flat jaws that are round on the outside and metal handlesUses: Makes C shaped curves in wireLocated: your assigned kit.
8 Half Round Jeweler’s Pliers Description: One square and one round jaw and metal handlesUses: Makes complex shapes in wireLocated: in the pliers drawer
9 Forming Jeweler’s Pliers Description: One square and one round jaw and metal handlesUses: Makes complex shapes in wireLocated: the pliers drawer.
10 Wire Jig Description: A plastic or metal board with pegs. Uses: makes many copies of complex shapes out of wire.Located: See Teacher to sign out.
11 Ring Mandrel Description: Tapered plastic rodUses: Makes perfect circles or ring bands (used with a rawhide mallet) and stretches rings to make them larger (use with a ball peen hammer)Located: in the marked metal drawer cabinet
12 Bracelet Mandrel Description: large oval rod on a mounting frameUses: Used to make bracelet shapes (rawhide mallet)Located: second shelf of the tall cabinet
13 Dappeling Block/Punch Description: Harden steel metal block and hardened steel punchesUses: makes domed metal shapes (use a regular hammer)Located: in the tall closet on the first shelf
14 Wire Cutters Description: Cutting jaws and metal handlesUses: Cuts wireLocated: in your assigned kit.
15 Jeweler’s Saw Description: C shaped frame and wooden handleUses: Cuts shapes out of metalLocated: Hanging in the tall closet – ask teacher for replacement blades
16 V-Board Description:Wooden board with a V cut out of it and a silver table clamp.Uses: Extends the work surface to allow precision metal cutting without ruining the table edge.Located: in the marked metal drawers cabinet
17 Ring Clamp Description: wooded “scissors” and “doorstop”Uses: Holds small pieces of metal so they are easier to work onLocated: in the tall closet on the second shelf
18 Flat File Description: flat bladeUses: to remove metal in a flat or curved areaLocated: in the marked metal drawer cabinet
19 Round File Description: Description: circular FileUses: To file Round areasLocated: Marked metal drawer area
20 Half Round Hand File Description: half round bladeUses: to remove metal in a flat or curved areaLocated: in the marked metal drawer cabinet
21 Jeweler’s Files Tiny files used to remove tiny bits of metal. Use only when a hand file doesn’t fit!
22 Hand FilesLarge files (larger than your hand) used to remove large amounts of metal.Use these first!
23 Steel Wool Description: Spun metal padUses: To remove scratchesLocated: in marked metal drawer
24 Emery Paper Description: Black PaperUses: To remove scratchesLocated: in marked metal drawer