Brent, I bought a used Sparkie II, so they are out there. However,
I need to spend some time with it to figure out why nothing is
staying on. I enamel, so that was my initial reason for purchase.
If you choose to put the findings on the piece to be enameled,
soldering them on has to be done first. By the time you are
finished exposing the piece to multiple heatings & cleanings, the
solder breaks down and you know the rest. Some solder late in the
enamel process, but it usually requires you to repair your enamel.
So, a Sparkie sounded like a dream. Maybe it will be once I spend
more time practicing?
Snow Goose Designs, Metal & Enamel Art