Safety

As fun and exciting as learning all kinds of jewelry making is, keeping yourself safe should be a primary concern. At a minimum, eye protection and an apron are required. Wear gloves when handling any chemicals and be sure to read and understand the warnings for each. Long hair and loose clothing can be dangerous when using flex shafts, drill presses, and micro motors.

 
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Check out the MSDS information for all the chemicals used in jewelry making, as well as the Tips section for more ways to work safe.

Safe working conditions promote more production, faster, easier, without damaging the metalsmiths most important tools, his hands and eyes. Make sure you can see clearly with good lighting and have the proper magnification.

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