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Q & A with Tony Bonti – Building Metal Earth® 3D Models using Xuron® Tools

By Abby Robey / November 27, 2020 / 0 Comments

Metal Earth® makes very detailed 3D etched models that are assembled using a few tools and nothing else. One of our manufacturing staff, Tony Bonti, is an avid model builder (and a member of the Southern Maine Scale Modelers) and has recently been testing a few Xuron® tools while building these models.

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Xuron® Beading Crimping Pliers.

How to Use Xuron® Beading Crimping Pliers

By Abby Robey / November 23, 2020 / 4 Comments

Beading crimping does not have to be the least favorite part of your stringing project. When we developed our Model 494 Four-in-One Beading Crimping Pliers the goal was to make something that performed well, was easy to use, and offered something extra. We achieved this by making a crimping pliers capable of folding and crimping […]

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Classic Xuron® - The Orange Handled Snips.

Classic Xuron® – Orange Handled Flush Cutters

By Abby Robey / November 18, 2020 / 0 Comments

In the jewelry world Xuron® tools are known for their orange handles.  There are two tools in particular, the 410 Micro-Shear Flush Cutter® and the 2175 Maxi-Shear™ Flush Cutter.  These two have been in the jewelers tool box for sometime now and are highly regarded.

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496 Split Ring Pliers in use.

What Makes Xuron® Split Ring Pliers Different?

By Abby Robey / October 29, 2020 / 0 Comments

If you are a fisherman, saltwater or fresh, you have used split rings to join lures to a hook. Pretty simple concept, however opening the rings can be a challenge.  Xuron’s Model 496 Split Ring Pliers offer a fast and convenient option (as opposed to using your fingernail or a thin knife).

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Xuron® Tools For The Jeweler's Bench

Katie Hacker’s Ten Tips for Avoiding Mistakes at the Jeweler’s Bench

By Ashley Bunting / August 30, 2020 / 0 Comments

You know the old saying, “anything that can go wrong will go wrong”?  Well, it’s just as true in the jewelry studio as anywhere else. If you’re nodding your head in recognition, you aren’t alone. But, there are some things you can do to minimize mistakes at the jeweler’s bench.

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