Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Back by popular demand – Sutton Tools’ Short Courses

Sutton Tools will once again be holding their popular PUK3 Welding Masterclass and Introduction to Stone Setting and Engraving with the Gravermax short courses at the School of Jewellery this summer.

In association with JIIC, these courses are designed to give the student an insight into two of the industries innovative machines and demonstrate how they can help to make the jewellers life easier.

PUK3 Masterclass – 30 June, School of Jewellery
The emphasis of the one day PUK3 Masterclass is to introduce new ways of achieving solderless, seamless welds on all precious metals as well as stainless steel, titanium and other materials without the need for potentially expensive laser welding equipment.

You will learn how to use the machine in a workshop environment whilst seeing how the machine can be a useful tool to enhance creativity and aid in the design process. This course is suitable for PUK3 novices and will also be an aid to existing PUK3 users.

Gravermax 3 day course – 2-4 July, School of Jewellery
This course will give students an opportunity to try out the Gravermax, a compressed air driven tool which allows the user to create brighter and more accurate cuts and settings on all precious metals.

The Gravermax is used for engraving, stone setting, carving and other jewellery manufacturing and design techniques.

The course is aimed at novices who are looking for ways to develop their skills and also experienced setters or engravers looking for ways to help them improve and increase their production and efficiency.

For more information on either course please contact Sutton Tools on 0845 094 1884 or to book your place please contact Dawn Meaden-Johnson at the JIIC on 0121 248 4584.

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