Entire workshop for sale items include many hammers, stakes, hand tools, polishing lathes, Taylor 8.5” spinning lathe, circle cutters, spinning chucks, 2 hand presses, bench driller, bench grinder, sand blasting cabinet, compressor, motorised draw bench with many draw plates, 3ft guillotine, casting patterns and rubber moulds, 2 safes, metal cabinets. Owner retiring.
Betts Metal Sales are looking for a motivated and well organised workshop trainee to work within their production team. This is a hands-on, fast paced, full time position. Key skills should include: Hands-on experience with precious metals and machinery An eye for detail is essential Well organised with the ability to multi-task and be self-motivated Full, clean driving licence is required If you would like to work for one of Birmingham’s most established Bullion Dealers and Refiners and you think you’ve got what it takes, then apply today! CV’s and cover letters are sent to KarenMartin@bettsmetals.co.uk or call 0121 233 2413.
Several items of workshop equipment for sale on Ebay: Romanoff Kiln used just a few times next to new condition £1,500 Per Cast Vacuum casting system hardly used with flasks etc £895 OTEC polishing machine wet and dry bowls hardly used £1650 All items are next to new and well below the price of something new. They are listed on Ebay with all the pictures. Any questions whatsoever please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
With a particular focus on geometric designs, this exhibition features new techniques, such as 3D-printing, to examine current trends in ceramics and jewellery. This display also aims to shed light on the many ‘hidden gems’ of talent in the contemporary designer-maker industry by including a number of emerging makers at the start of their careers. […]
Steve Evans ARBSA – A display of abstract perspex works and ink drawings. Steve’s work is informed by the geometry of architecture and minimalist sculpture. Don’t miss Steve’s demonstration on Saturday 21 February. RBSA Gallery open Monday to Friday 10.30am-5.30pm, Saturday 10.30am-5.00pm. Sunday 1.00-5.00pm
Stephen Butt ARBSA. A series of prints and watercolours reflecting Stephen’s ongoing exploration of the relationship between the natural and man-made world as seen through cities, gardens and objects. Free associated event: Meet Stephen at the Gallery on Saturday 28 March. RBSA Gallery open Monday to Friday 10.30am-5.30pm, Saturday 10.30am-5.00pm. Sunday 1.00-5.00pm
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