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For All Your Engraving Needs
This set includes twenty tips to engrave on glass, stone and plastics to create custom designs, add detail and sign your work. Features the most popular types of engraving bits, including cylinder/cone combinations, cylinder tips, ball tips, cone tips, and an assortment of other specialized tips.
All tips are diamond plated and come in a handy self storing case to keep them neat and orderly. These tips work great with the Rotary Tool Set #67310 and Micro Chuck #76412 or any other hand held rotary tool with an adjustable chuck.
Cons : if you are serious about this, you're better off investing a dremel or other rotory type tool. the cheaper one's motor just doesn't last long.
Other Thoughts : if using a dremel, you need to pick up a collet pack (local hardware store that sells dremel). they come in a packet of 4 sizes, the 3/32" is the one i needed, dremels stock collet is 1/8"
Did you know that April is National Earth month? That’s right, a month-long event scheduled for April 1 through April 30 in Washington, DC, featuring interactive, eco-friendly experiences to raise awareness of environmental issues and encourage sustainability. Earth Month 2013 represents a significant expansion of Earth Day festivities normally celebrated April 22. Join millions of people around the world and unite with the sole purpose of celebrating National Earth Month by looking for your community’s local efforts and meaningful programs. In the meantime, why not start the celebration at home with crafting projects that recycle, re-purpose and reuse. Responsible manufactures such as Diamond Tech are coming up with alternative crafting projects that provide a value proposition as well as social, emotional, and therapeutic benefits that balance in perfect harmony with any Earth Day celebration. For example, last year Diamond Tech introduced the Generation Green Bottle Cutter and Kits. These eco-friendly
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Raise your hands if you are totally psyched about what is happening in today’s arts and crafts world. In true Arnold Horshack form “OOOOOOHHHHH. OOOOOOHHHHH. OOOOOOHHHHH. ” What has gotten me so excited - the rise of Mixed Media Collage. I have a confession to make, even though I work mainly in the art glass world - I am so the closet Mixed Media Collage junkie. No wonder, my love of combining tiny pieces of tesserae to create mosaics translates perfectly to combining layers of mixed media to create a similar effect. Mixed Media Collage brings so many techniques together to create wonderful masterpieces. It’s all about the layering and composition. And it teaches us so much about what looks “right” and what doesn’t. Now mind you, I said I was a junkie, not an expert. But I would like to share with you my addiction and the method to