2019 - Practical Application of a Rose Engine in the Modern Shop

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2019 - Practical Application of a Rose Engine in the Modern Shop

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How many times have you looked at a machine and wondered how it works or at a piece of jewelry and wondered how it was made? A rose engine is a type of ornamental lathe used extensively by jewelers in the 19th and early 20th centuries. This paper will open your eyes to what happens when you take a traditional tool and combine it with non-traditional uses. The author’s method for bonding inlays into rose engine cut designs will be showcased including metallurgical examinations of those bonds.

Author: Chris Ploof

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