Electro-Etching/Wood Inlay – Micah Kirby
William Holland – June 9-14, 2019
Class will combine two techniques of Electro Etching and Wood Inlay to bring beautiful and unique design elements to Inlay jewelry. Electro Etching is a process of putting a design into metal using a resist\mask of paint pen. Electro Etching can create interesting textured parts for building Inlay pieces. Electro Etching part will be component base. Etched parts will be used to construct our Jewelry.
Motifs and ornamental patterns will be more suited in this application of the Electro Etching process. I will have some tools for use, I always Prefer to use my own tools! I recommend bringing your toolbox with your full scope of pliers, solder picks, cross locks and all the tools you might use to create work at home that will fit in your toolbox.
Lab fee includes Sterling Silver for Project 1 and Earrings, pripps flux, silver hard wire solder, saw blades, glues for inlay, stabilizer glues, dusk masks, 3M and black craytex wheels on Dremel points, green scrubby, pencil and disposable goods. Will include use of all my tools, including 1inch Belt Sander, Drill press and does include some banding and wood. I allow students to use their own Sterling Silver. I will have Kits and materials available for sale.
Lab Fee: $175
ESTIMATED MATERIALS COST: $0 +
PREREQUISITES: Intermediate Solder Level