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The Why’s and How’s of Profitable Jewelry Design & Repair
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A few years ago, Jewelers Circular Magazine reported that over 75%
of all retail jewelers in America lose money on their
jewelers…Making a living dealing with labor intensive dollars
can be a real headache. It also can be enjoyable and profitable,
if it’s done right. Today, you’ll get some very valuable tips on
doing it right!.

o More extracts from the book ‘Hinges and Hinge-Based Catches for
Jewelers and Goldsmiths’:

Hints on making tubing
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Not all sizes and wall thicknesses of tube come seamless from a
factory or refiner. Especially when working in gold it is not cost
effective or timely to order in a specific tube size, material, or
wall thickness. There are many times when you need a piece of
tubing…

Cast hinges
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Cast hinges are a very important part of much production jewelry
work, partly because hinge assembly on such pieces is reduced to
inserting the hinge pin and so provides a very fast linkage system
ideal for cast objects…

If you would like to order a copy of ‘Hinges and
Hinge-Based Catches for Jewelers and Goldsmiths’ fromBrain
Press at $24.95 + shipping send an email request to:
brainnet@cadvision.com