About the course
This course introduces the fundamental design and technical skills for producing tools used in a jewelry studio. Topics include steel selection, tool design, introduction of hardening and tempering processes with emphasis placed on tools for chasing and repousse. Upon completion, students should be able to select proper steel, design and produce tools for decorative techniques used in the jewelry profession.
- Take PCJ-262
- Minimum Credits:
- 1 Lecture and 3 Lab
- David Burnette
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