With a Jewelry Welder you can make make heirloom quality jewelry that will last for generations without a single ring opening (when done correctly of course). You can also make designs that are not feasible with butted chainmail - for example 24g 1/8" Euro 4 in 1 bracelet goes from a flimsy piece of garbage to a light, lacy yet strong piece of jewelry. You can also use this welder to polish the ends of wire to make balls - for example the niobium earwires in the image. (Click the image to see a large version)
This system can weld stainless steel, titanium, silver (fine and sterling), gold and bronze. Its also possible to weld brass and nickel silver with a bit more work. Copper and aluminum are not practical for pulse arc welding.
Recommended for 0.032’’ and smaller. It works great on 0.080'' wire and smaller but multiple welds are required.
The welder is designed to be used as you weave while maintaining close to your same weaving speed. These welders are capable of making pretty welds you cannot see (unlike resistance welding). Rings will typically be discolored during welding and finished pieces should be cleaned with a tumbler.
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Resistance Ring Welder Kit
Resistance ring welding is the same technology that TheRingLord.com and MailleTec.com use to make machine made welded chainmail.
With this welder you can provide your customers with chainmail that is lighter, stronger and more durable than butted chainmail. This system make armor quality welds and is best on 20g and thicker wire.
This system can weld stainless steel, mild steel, titanium, niobium and bronze. Its also possible to weld brass and nickel silver with a bit more work. Silver, copper and aluminum are not practical for resistance welding.
Wire sizes from 0.032” to 0.094” are easily weldable – wires outside this range are possible with more effort.
The welder is designed to be used as you weave while maintaining close to your same weaving speed.
Rings will typically be discoloured during welding and finished pieces should be cleaned with a tumbler.
Click in the image on the left to see a larger version.
Never heat or weld galvanized steel - it produces DEADLY zinc fumes. Your safety is up to you!
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