Firing Metal Clay Video Tutorials
On this page you’ll find links to firing metal clay video tutorials and guides that’ll help you learn about firing metal clay. There are also links to kiln firing videos. Content checked April 2018.
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This UK based site features video tutorials on a large variety of jewellery related topics including metal clay, beading, chain maille, lampwork, mixed media, stringing, knotting and wirework. Subscription is £29.99 for a year.
Firing Bronze Clay – Sabine Alienor
Firing Prometheus Bronze Clay – Carrie Story
Video tutorial of conventional kiln firing for Prometheus Bronze Clay.
This clay can be fired with no carbon and just a small butane torch!
Vicky Hallmark shows you how to change the relay in a Paragon SC2 kiln.
Micro Torch Basics – Craftsy
This is a free tutorial. Butane micro torches are a compact and efficient heat source for soldering, firing precious metal clay, finishing enamelwork and other projects. They’re inexpensive, safe and easy to use. In this five-lesson class, best-selling author and teacher Kate Richbourg shows you how to fill, light and adjust your torch and use it to shape, secure and finish metal jewelry. You’ll learn how to size rings perfectly and how to choose the right materials. Then Kate shows you her signature stack ring set and a perfect band ring made from half-round silver wire.
This page contains audio and video tutorials on care and maintenance of your Paragon kiln. It includes video tutorials on programming the kilns and a fascinating factory tour showing how the kilns are made.
Demonstration of the Evenheat Set-Pro control being programmed for Custom Metal Clay Firing. For Set-Pro equipped kilns built after April 10, 2011.
Programming your Evenheat Kiln Set Pro Controller – pre April 10, 2011
Demonstration of the Evenheat Set-Pro control for metal clay being programmed using USER Mode Programs. For Set-Pro equipped kilns built before April 11, 2011.
This is a video tutorial for firing Prometheus Copper in activated carbon in a kiln. This clay can be fired without carbon and with a small butane torch.
Have a browse through the video tutorials from Rio Grande. They cover metal clay, bronze clay, copper clay, jewelry making, how to use tools videos, resin, forging metal, stone setting, patination and lots of other things. Well worth a browse.