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​What are the different types of rolling mills? 14.06.22 11:02

There are several different types of rolling mills, each designed for a specific jewelry-making task. Common rollers include flat rollers, wire rollers, and combination rollers.

What are the essential features of a Jewelry rolling mill?

There are many different types of jewelry rolling mill machine available on the market, each with its own unique features and capabilities. When choosing a rolling mill for jewelry making, it’s important to consider the type of metal you’ll be working with as well as the desired output. Some of the key features to look for in a rolling mill include:

The ability to roll thin metal sheets: This is important for creating delicate jewelry designs. The rolling mill I will present in this article can press as slim as 0.03mm, ideal for delicate jewelry pieces.

Adjustable rollers: This allows you to change the thickness of the metal sheets being rolled. Most if not all rolling mills will have this functionality.

Gears: Gears help to ensure a consistent, even roll. It is important to choose a good gear ratio so that you don’t struggle while trying to press very hard metals such as gold. 1:5 / 1:6 gear ratio is ideal. This is not something you’ll have to worry about if you decide to go with a premium electric model.

A sturdy frame: A rolling mill can be pretty heavy, so a sturdy frame is essential to prevent it from moving around or tipping over. In most cases, we all try to get light jewelry tools so that they’re easy to work with. For a rolling mill, it is pretty much the exact opposite. Without going off the chart with the weight I suggest choosing a machine of no less than 40lbs.

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