When Thu Nov 15 7pm — 8pm
Where Workshop - Foundry
1825 Monetary Ln #104 Carrollton, TX 75006
What Fundamental production series for casting your own jewelry at Dallas Makerspace!
Host Richard Martin
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Registration

  • Cost: Free

Cancellations for this event must be made before November 15, 2018 — 7:00pm.

Registration for the event is closed.

About this Event

FOURTH class of a six-part series for Jewelry Production 101.
Please note we must limit this class to six attendees as jewelry class demand is high.
We are happy to see so much interest in jewelry production here at DMS!

We will explain the Lost Wax Casting Method in detail.
Be ready to take notes as we will have a lot of material to cover.

The goal of this class is to save you the time, energy, and heartache of failed castings.
Learn how to fix common mistakes and typical process errors.
See the science behind the technique and why it is still considered the best for professional jewelry production.
Gain insight into how to evaluate injected wax mold pieces.
Research findings for your jewelry design.
Learn real-life buy versus build criteria.

If you attended the prior class earlier in the day (Jewelry Mold Injection System Setup And Usage 101) we will go over your personal learning track goals and design endeavors.

DMS is a nonprofit organization and does not charge big bucks for classes (for example this jewelry class series is free and open to all).
The equivalent class at your local Community College / University would be $.
If you would like to see the jewelry department here at DMS thrive - - consider a donation worthy of the class you enjoy - - you can fill out an envelope with your donation and throw it into the donations box.
Know that we are grateful for donations of any amount, and will continue to provide outstanding classes based on your feedback.
Thanks in advance...

P.S. Be on the lookout for more jewelry classes (usually the same day) on calendar.dallasmakerspace.org

Special Considerations and Warnings

Please wear jeans and closed-toe shoes in the jewelry area just to be safe...