A stamp set of two will have one male and
one female stamp.
female or concave part in desired position on work piece, then strike
until desired impression is attained.
2. Place female firmly in vice
and snap work piece back into place.
3. Align the male according to
the faint line left from the female. Be very careful that the male part
is centered precisely.
Begin striking lightly
until some depth is attained and alignment is perfect.
Proceed striking the
male until maximum relief is achieved.
Due to the nature of use, purchases of
stamping tools are final.
Shot Plate Instructions:
Plate #1 - Place a silver ball in the selected cavity and
hammer it flat from the top. Once flattened, remove by driving a small
nail set or flattened awl (like a mini flat blade screwdriver) into the center of the ball
just deep enough to stick into the ball and pry it from the plate. The indention
will help stabilize the ball while soldering. There are eight shot cavities
to choose from, for the right embellishment at the right time.
Plate # 2 - Use the same way as SP1, except for large flower.
Pre flatten silver ball, then proceed.
STAMPS - Quality, Numbers & Letters
One twenty forth of an inch (1/24") is approx. one millimeter (1 mm) in
One forty fifth of an inch (1/45") is approx. a half of a millimeter (0.5 mm) in
1/32" (.75 mm) Block Letters - Bent or Curved, Rectangular Shaft
Stock number does not exist: "SM-QMB-10K32"
|1/16" INDIVIDUAL LETTER STAMPS Straight,
Rectangular Shaft - USA