How to get Texture on your Copper Electroformed Jewelry

How to get Texture on your Copper Electroformed Jewelry

Trying to repeat a fun texture you accidentally achieved through copper electroforming can be quite frustrating. We don't want to leave it up to our power supply to decide whether we get that cool texture or not. So I'm going to show you a way I've been able to achieve that texture.

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How To Get An Accurate Size Reading On Electroformed Rings

How To Get An Accurate Size Reading On Electroformed Rings

One of my biggest issues when I started electroforming was trying to find out the true size of my ring. Often, the epoxy would create a lump on the inside of the ring behind the stone leaving huge gaps when I put the ring on my ring mandrel to find out the size.

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What Are These Blue Crystals At The Bottom Of My Bath?

What Are These Blue Crystals At The Bottom Of My Bath?

Copper electroforming solution is made with a blue crystal called copper sulfate, among other ingredients such as sulfuric acid and brightener if you use the Midas Bright from Rio Grande. As you use your solution the other ingredients start to dry up when you don't replenish your solution with distilled water.

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Jewelry Tutorial: How To Make A Copper Electroformed Gemstone Open Ring

Jewelry Tutorial: How To Make A Copper Electroformed Gemstone Open Ring

Hey Makers! Today's jewelry tutorial is going to show you how copper electroform my ring style; the gemstone open ring. It's not much different from a single gemstone stacking ring so I'm not going to go too in depth but my skill and techniques have improved sine I originally wrote that tutorial so I wanted to create a more updated version. 

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