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    Default Jewellery Manual Cutting Machine

    In this video, I am showing you how jewellery manual cutting machine.
    Do you guys use the same process?
    I am just curious to know .
    Lets discuss below

    https://youtu.be/3lzsh89FXtI

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    I do use those type of discs for filing away excess metal. I must admit I'd never thought to use them to facet metal balls though!

    Thank you for the idea

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    Hey Caro,
    Great to hear from you.

    In India, its used only for facetting metal balls.
    Great to know its different use.
    Thanks

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    Hey Nastya,
    Thats amazing.
    I too shall use it for polishing

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    Dear Patni,
    Thank you for your new video. It's not clear what tool you are using there, but it looks like a small grind stone, with a square shape.
    You obviously need solid gold balls to do this.
    Kind regards, Dennis.

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    Hey Dennis,
    Thank you for your comment.
    I have used diamond tools here.
    I will make a new video and show the complete process.
    Also,
    It is used for various purposes.
    It can cut solid gold balls.
    It can cut side frames of colet
    it can cut chains

    I will make a video on it again .
    Thank you for your comment again. I always wait for your comments like always

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dennis View Post
    Thank you for your new video. It's not clear what tool you are using there, but it looks like a small grind stone, with a square shape.
    Diamond flywheel tool. Popular in the 80s; there's not many seem to do it any more in the UK.

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    Hi Peter, are those the ones where they sold a cheaper practice version, in case you broke the real thing at the first attempt? Dennis.

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    They did? I've only seen the expensive variant here!

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    oh okay. In India , its still used by many jewellers.
    Nice to know that from you.
    Thank you

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