hHonestly, we have left a reasonable amount of time between moving and summer vacations to prepare, as we announced, an important change. While all this was going on and the world was getting intense, we kept experimenting with new materials for our jewelry. This allowed us to optimize processes and already fluttering in that of techniques, it occurred to us like so many to venture into the world of 3D, to manufacture our own tools, because we decided to proclaim ourselves "makers" like a whole generation that for a long time was around making scribbles, experiences and a thousand attempts to conquer little knowledge transferable to beautiful objects. The slogan is not to lose the taste for manual tasks.

As will be?

Good materials to facilitate your work

We managed to reduce the time for polishing the pieces and therefore the amount of material that is wasted, scattered everywhere. Our cutters have ultra-thin but strong edges: just make sure you spread the clay on a glass, tile or very smooth surface of a material that can be baked in the oven. This also allows the back of the pieces to be completely regular and you do not have to remove fingerprints or other dirt that usually adheres during handling with chemicals.
In the case of cutters that stamp and cut at the same time, or those that have intricate shapes, we leave you some tips that if you implement them will definitely change the way you work.

  • Use guidelines to get an even thickness of the clay when rolling it out, or use your pasta machine.
  • Work on a perfectly clean tile and make sure that the mass has adhered to the surface.
  • Place a white sheet of paper on top of the dough and roll it over again, this removes any marks.
  • Dip the cutter in cornstarch and tap off the excess with a brush or simply tap it. This is our favorite method, but you can spray with a very fine spray of water before cutting, or dampen the edges of the cutter in a sponge soaked in soapy water.
  • Position the cutter and push just enough to score the outline without cutting or stamping.
  • Place the cutter on the mark again and repeat the operation, now you will be able to mark the mass.
  • Finally bring the cutter all the way in and move it around slightly before withdrawing, making sure to press down on both the outlines and internal marks if any. You need to review by pressing.
  • Pull up and voila!

This procedure is especially favorable for mini cutting, intricate ones and those that also stamp.
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