Re: Topic:Working Titanium


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Posted by Marilyn Smith on September 12, 1998 at 22:21:25:

In Reply to: Re: Topic:Working Titanium posted by Rick Monteverde on September 12, 1998 at 18:35:29:

If you are using titanium sold for jewelry making, it should be malable enough to do a little shaping with hammers. It can not be annealed without high priced equipment. It can be sawn and drilled. It can be fastened to things with cold connections of all sorts. Best of all, you can control color changes with a Presto-Lite torch. These follow an orderly progression and so can be repeated. There are beautiful purples, blues, and pinks. It can also be anodized. If anodized, the colors can be modified into patterns.

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