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[Source] Sheet Copper


#1

Can anyone recommend a supplier of sheet copper and brass, either
locally in Northern Colorado or by mail.

I have tried the local Home Depot and Hobby Lobby stores in Colorado
but have not found anything other than very thin flashing for roofs.

I am looking for various gages from 18 to 24 gage.

Thanks.
Greg DeMark
www.demarkjewelry.com


#2

Greg, How large do you want your copper sheet? Allcraft sells copper
sheeting of various guages. www.allcraftonline.com

A satisfied customer,
jennifer friedman
http://www.jenniferfriedmanstudio.com
Ventura, CA


#3

I am overwhelmed by all the responses I received to this question
both through Orchid and directly. Thank you to everyone that offered
their help. I was looking for a source of copper and brass sheet and
wire for my wife. I have made jewelry for 34 years and she never
seemed to show and interest in how jewelry was made but now she would
like to start doing some Art Projects. I am thrilled to try and give
her a little direction so you have all been a big help.

Thanks again
Greg DeMark
www.demarkjewelry.com


#4

I have been very impressed with Monsterslayer (monsterslayer.com) -
they will also make quite a number of cuts in the sheet for free,
and when I had them do that they bagged and labeled everything
beautifully.

Just a satisfied customer.

Julia


#5

Greg, in the Seattle area it’s Alaskan Copper and Brass.

Dr. Mac


#6

a supplier that our organization recently used to provide material
for a workshop is:

e. jordan brookes
10634 shoemaker ave
santa fe springs, ca 90670-4038
562-968-2100
www.ebjco.com

i have no business connection with them, other than as a satisfied
customer. i found them to be very pleasant, responsive and efficient
to deal with.

howard siegel
laptique, ltd.


#7

Be ready for sticker shock on the price of copper, the salvage value
of copper is between $3.00 and $4.00 depending on where you live. The
price of ready to use copper is expensive, as well as copper for
doing wiring.

Jerry