What coldworking equipment do I need? | Bullseye

What coldworking equipment do I need?



A lathe is a versatile piece of coldworking equipment. Here it is engraving a piece of glass

In short, you need the equipment that's right for the type of work you're making and the results you want to achieve. We recommend taking a class to learn about the different types of coldworking equipment and supplies that are available, and also to try out various kinds of equipment before investing in expensive tools. Check our class schedule and list of local teaching studios to find a course that's convenient for you.

We also offer books about coldworking in our online store:

The Joy of Coldworking by Jonathan Schmuck
Coldworking Glass without Machines by Paul Tarlow

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Helpful Resources

Video lesson: Coldworking with the Wet Belt Sander
Video lesson: Tile Saw Basics
Coldworking with Loose Grit
Coldworking with Hand Laps

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