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Essential Jewelry Casting Tools You Should Have

Jewelry casting is the process by which a wax pattern is made into a jewelry mold and then filled with molten metal or silver to create a custom piece of jewelry.  It is also called lost wax casting because the wax is always “lost” during the process of making jewelry.

 

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Metal casting equipment to add to your kit
1. Casting Flasks
Casting flasks, also known as casting rings, are tools usually made from aluminium to hold wax models during the casting process. Used in conjunction with a rubber base, the flasks are then filled with investment powder before being left to dry. Once fully dry, they  can be placed in a kiln for the wax burn out.

2. Small Crucible
A small graphite crucible is a piece of metal casting equipment and is simply a dish used for melting metal in. You’ll add your casting grain or scrap metal pieces into the crucible with some flux and charcoal powder before starting the melt up. When the metal has liquified, it is then poured into an ingot maker.

3. Casting moulds
Aluminium moulds are the most common type of mould used in the traditional casting method. Similar in size and shape to flasks, aluminium casting moulds fit together, with a line on the outside edge of both the top and bottom pieces that has to be matched up before casting.

4. Cuttlefish
Interested in trying something a little different? Give cuttlefish casting a go! These act as an alternative type of mould for casting. Head to your local pet shop and you should be able to find one.


5. Carving File
Carving files usually come in a set of tools specifically made for waxing and carving. Having a set of wax carving tools as part of your casting supplies will allow you to shape the wax you use if you’re planning on making your moulds from scratch.

6. Steel Tongs
One of the must-have metal casting tools you’ll need for the jewellery casting process are steel tongs. Ideal for safely transporting your work, crucible lifting tongs should be able to pick up any metal castings from the heat of a kiln.

7. Kiln
If you’re planning on making jewellery casting a regular part of your projects, it’s worth investing in a kiln.

The jewelry casting machine can be used for casting any precious metal in the weight range of 1-6kg. Precious metals such as gold, copper, and silver or any other metal artwork can process with this product. The vacuum jewellery making machine is super jewellery casting machine you should opt for. It is super-fast and energy efficient. if you have any question about jewelry casting, please feel free to contact us.


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