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Pam East Enameling on Metal Clay Kit



 
Pam East has put together everything you need to get started applying rich enamel color to your silver or copper clay in one convenient kit. The kit includes an instructional booklet written by Pam East, Inlay and application tools, firing tools and more!

Choose a sampler of enamels for copper, silver or both! Each sampler contains twelve enamels hand-picked by Pam to be high success colors on the indicated metal, plus 2020 Clear for Silver and Copper.

See below for complete contents of Pam's marvelous kit...
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55417


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Pam's Enameling on Metal Clay Kit Includes:

  • Enameling On Metal Clay - Starter Kit Guide
  • Pam East PreNamel™ Metal Cleaner
  • Pam East DeNamel™ Sample
  • Pam East Articulating Enameling Trivet
  • Pam East Universal Folding Spatula
  • Pam East CounterNamel™ - Semi-Clear
  • PickleIt Sample
  • Enamel Mixing Cups w/lids
  • Klyr-Fire™ Enamel Adhesive
  • Three Taklon Brushes
  • P95 Dust Mask
  • Plastic Pipettes
  • Scrub Brush
  • Vinyl Gloves
  • Alundum Stone - Small
  • IR Green Shade #3 Safety Glasses
  • Solid Pans for Screening
  • 200 Mesh Screen
  • Small Enamel Sifter
  • Medium Enamel Sifter
  • Enamel Inlay Tool - Spatula
  • Enamel Inlay Tool - Pick


Who is Pam East?

Pam has been enameling since 1997.
She was named a Master Instructor for Art Clay Silver in 2005.


Over the years Pam has appeared on the highly acclaimed Carol Duvall Show on HGTV, and also on Jewelry Making on the DIY Network. She has written numerous articles for such magazines as Lapidary Journal, Art Jewelry Magazine, Glass-on-Metal, and Step-by-Step Beads. Writing about jewelry topics such as metal clay and enameling continues to be a big part of her life. Kalmbach publishing released Pam's first book "Enameling on Metal Clay" in 2007. Pam has also been an invited speaker, giving classes and lectures at such gatherings as the Enamellist Society Biennial Conference, the Metal Clay World Conference, and the Pan-European Metal Clay Conference.



Firing Enamels

Firing Enamels in a Speedfire™ ElectricMini™ - 1600 or PRO

The main differences between firing in a Speedfire™ ElectricMini™ (SFEM) and a standard front loading kiln are in opening and closing it and in how you regulate the temperature.

Rather than removing the top completely, simply tip the front of the kiln top open enough to slide the trivet in and out.

Temperature control on the SFEM PRO is simply a matter of entering the temperature you want and setting the dual mode control to “Ramp and Hold”.

The SFEM 1600 is a fixed temperature device. It can be used closed for flux firings on copper (see special notes on enameling copper), but otherwise it should be propped slightly open to keep the temperature lower. A small strip of fiberboard 6” x 1” x ¼” can be laid flat across the front of the base as a prop.

Firing enamels in the SFEM 1800 is not recommended.




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