Rio Grande 2014 Tools and Equipment Catalog - page 678

STERLING
design by Celie Fago
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Learn how to create clean, effective
bonds with
Clay Bond Plus
at
riogrande.com.
First place, Metal Clay
by Wanaree Tanner
Second place, Metal Clay
by Christi Anderson
Finalist, Metal Clay
by Cindy Silas
Finalist, Metal Clay
by Liz Hall
Finalist, Metal Clay
by Anna Mazon
Congratulations to the winners of
the 2013 Saul Bell Design Award!
Find more photos of the winning
Metal Clay pieces and entry information
at saulbellaward.com. Now go nd your
inspiration! You could be the next winner!
RECOGNIZING DISTINCTION IN JEWELRY DESIGN
Clay-Bond Plus™
No need to use a torch or solder to join fired metal clay pieces! Clay-Bond
Plus™ is a powder that turns into a solder paste after you add water. Simply
apply it on the pieces you intend to combine using a brush with short, stiff
bristles, then fire the piece embedded in activated carbon. The result is a
strong joint between the metal pieces. The binder contained in Clay-Bond
Plus dries quickly and holds the pieces in place, so there’s no risk of pieces
shifting before firing. Clay-Bond Plus can also be used on Argentium®, sterling,
fine silver and copper metal and findings. Made in the USA.
Description
Item #
1-2
each
3-5
each
6+
each
A.
5-gram jar
115-601
$22.00
$20.00
$18.00
PMC Sterling™ (Precious Metal Clay Sterling™)
Sterling? Sterling! Precious Metal Clay Sterling™ comes out of the kiln as
a solid sterling silver piece. You can manipulate PMC Sterling™ like any
clay—roll, cut, shape, texture, fold, twist—and fire it like any clay.
Whatever you can imagine, you can create with PMC Sterling!
Please Note:
Because of the copper content in this formula, firing is a
two-step process; step one is an open-shelf firing and step two requires a
firing pan with activated carbon media. Made in Japan.
Composition:
92.5% fine silver powder, 7.5% copper powder,
water and organic binder
Shrinkage:
15–20%
Color:
Pickle white (after firing)
Physical properties:
Firing temperature: 1500°F (815°C)
Melting point:
1640°F (893°C)
Density after firing: 9.3 S.G. (rolled silver = 10.5 S.G.)
Form
Size
Item #
1-4
each
5-9
each
10-14
each
C.
D.
Clay
50-gram
107-760
$122.05 $120.05 $116.55
25-gram
107-761
$62.05
$60.55
$59.05
Please Note:
PMC® prices are based on a $25 silver market; please call for current
pricing. Be sure to inquire about additional quantity price breaks.
Silver PMC3™ Starter Kit
Get started quickly and easily with the help of well-known PMC® expert
TimMcCreight. This kit includes TimMcCreight’s PMC3™ booklet, a two-sided
PMC ruler, 25 grams of PMC3 clay, a 15-gram jar of PMC3 slip and a 9-gram
syringe of PMC3 slip. The booklet contains a step-by-step project designed
especially for PMC3. Also included is a discussion on choosing the PMC variety
best suited for the projects you create. When you order your kit, ask for a
free copy of the PMC User’s Guide (100-973), packed with useful information
about this versatile material. Made in Japan.
Description
Item #
kit
B.
PMC3™ starter kit
100-982
$125.00
A
D
C
B
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