I have never done this before so I hope I’m doing it right. I can’t
tell you how important the Ganoskin is. I can’t start my work day
with out it. I have been reading it for over a year now and finally
have the guts to ask my first question or should I say questions.
My senior year in college I was really into electroforming. However,
I wasn’t able to really explore the full capabilities that
eletroforming offers. I have worked out a series of art that I need
to explore, but to do this I either need a tank or access to one. My
old adviser and director of the program isn’t the type of person who
will let me pay for time to use his tank ,( I would have to pay for
a 3 hour course that I have already passed, and I can’t afford), and
he isn’t the type of person who will share n building
one. He likes to keep his competition at his feet. I have tried to go
to him and ask, but he is unwilling like he was when I was “his
student”. great craftsman, horrible teacher.
So my question is this my dear friends, where can I find more
on how to build a tank. I’m not looking for a tank to
mass produce jewelry, but it needs to be a larger bath.
I need on both copper and silver electroforming. I know
the basic safety issues but I would like more a more in-depth
I’ve seen rectifiers on e-bay but are there other places
to get supplies? Is there a book out there? I found one book at the
library that gives the very basics, which I already have. Thank you
for listening and I look forward to hearing back form everyone! Any
is good )
in Ohio you can almost taste the Spring in the air!