Bench Tools

Whether you're shaping, cutting, holding, or refining, our bench tools collection offers the essentials you need for precision workmanship. From intricate detailing to secure holding, these tools are indispensable for creating exceptional jewellery pieces. They are crafted to provide durability, accuracy, and ease of use, ensuring your jewellery making process is smooth and productive.

Essential Tools for Handmade Jewellery

Dive into our collection of hand picked bench tools, meticulously curated to cater to the needs of both professional jewellers and hobbyists. This range includes a Bench Peg and Anvil Combo, precision Jewellers Magnifying Loupe, sturdy Ring Clamp, reliable Ring Holding Pliers, practical Hollow Hand Vice, and an intricate Micro Tap and Die Set. Each tool is designed to enhance the efficiency and quality of your jewellery-making projects.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Ring Clamp: Ideal for holding rings securely while filing, polishing, or doing detailed work. Its design allows for a firm grip without damaging the ring.

  • Ring Holding Pliers: Best used for holding rings on the exterior to allow for work on the interior, e.g. sanding, polishing, etc.

  • Hollow Hand Vice: Suitable for holding various small objects, not just rings. It’s versatile for tasks that require a secure grip on small parts, including drilling or engraving.

To make threading with a tap and die set:

  • Select the Correct Size: Choose a tap and die that matches the desired thread size. (marginally thicker then the hole being drilled into)

  • Align and Secure the Tool: For tapping, secure the material and align the tap perpendicularly. For die, secure the rod or bolt and align the die correctly.

  • Turn and Create Threads: Slowly turn the tap or die, cutting threads into the material. Use cutting fluid for smoother operation and to prevent breaking.

A jeweller's loupe is essential for:

  • Magnifying Details: It magnifies small details that are difficult to see with the naked eye, crucial for intricate work.

  • Assessing Quality: It helps in examining gemstones, settings, and other fine details to ensure quality.

  • Precision Work: Aids in tasks that require high precision, like setting stones or inspecting minute flaws.