Jewellery tool manufacturer Moleroda Finishing Systems reveals the Top 5 Jewellery Making Tools for the Pro
Jewellery making is not only a relaxing and enjoyable hobby, but can be a profitable business for those creating beautiful and professional looking trinkets. If you’ve been making your own jewellery as a beginner, you may be thinking about moving to the next level and gifting or even selling your pieces, but do you have the right jewellery making tools?
Professional equipment can make the difference between items of jewellery that look amateurish or something you would happily buy in a high-street shop.
The problem that many hobbyists face is knowing which jewellery making equipment is worth the investment. Buying the wrong tools can not only cost you money, but can seriously waste your time. Having the correct jewellery making tools will separate your craft from the hobbyists and craft stalls and propel your products into items of desirability.
Moleroda has been manufacturing jewellery making tools and supplying the jewellery making trade for over 30 years. Here, we sharing with you the most popular jewellery making tools and equipment used by professional jewellery makers and artists.
You'll eventually want/need them all, but decide what’s best for you and which equipment is appropriate for the type of jewellery you’re making.
1 - Rotary Set
Thinking of upgrading your Dremel or changing your Pendant motor? Think again Electric Micro Motors are the big new thing, this machine will change your life. This tool is a system for the most intricate finishing problems. For stoning, filing, polishing and high speed rotary work.
Moleroda stocks a range of rotary Micro Motors machines - they are quiet running, no vibration, small light pen style handpieces and excellent torque and speed control. We are happy to advise you on the most suitable equipment for your needs. As an example we've chosen to show you this one...
Strong Electric Micro Motor System
The NEW pendant motor!
2- Polishing Kit
If you can’t stretch to the tool above, you can use our mounted polishing tools with and conventional hand drill.
Moleroda manufacture numerous polishing tools. You purchase the tools individually, or in packs. On our polishing tools page you’ll see there are packs for everything from pendent making to watch making, and even general packs for a bit of everything. See our range of polishing kits.
3 - Polishing Compound
Yes, yes, we know it's boring, but if you are going to use polishing mops, you are going to need some compound. If you've got the tools, you might as well be using the best compound to get the desired shine.
These small polishing and finishing compound bars are ideal for samples, hobbyists, students or small DIY jobs. These can be used with a range of mops to create a mirror or reflective finish on hard materials.