Re: Tumbling Anodized Niobium
- OMG isn't Curt's rainbow niobium the BEST! I don't know about tumbling
it but I just had to rave about the rings. I am so hoping I sell loads
at the Craft Fair this Saturday so I can order more.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jill Liles"
> I'm working on a Euro 4in1 with Curt's beautiful rainbow niobium, but
> looking ahead to when it's done. Can I put this in my tumbler likesterling?
> or will that knock the color off? What about anodized aluminum?
> Jill Liles
> Liv'nGood Jewelry
- This is a ditto for me. I have a few pieces that have been tumbled
3-4 times. They get tumbled before every show.
--- In email@example.com, "Trina Gratrix"
> Jill, I tumble my anodized niobium, but only for a short amount of time
> (between 30 and 45 minutes). I haven't had any problems yet, and
> been a couple of pieces that haven't sold that have gone back into theturned out
> tumbler after several months for another short spin, and that one
> okay too.niobium, but
> It will be interesting to see what others have done as well.
> Good luck in finishing your bracelet, I'm sure it will be spectacular.
> On Tue, Oct 14, 2008 at 10:30 AM, Jill Liles <liles.jill@...> wrote:
> > I'm working on a Euro 4in1 with Curt's beautiful rainbow
> > I'm looking ahead to when it's done. Can I put this in my tumbler likealuminum?
> > sterling? or will that knock the color off? What about anodized
> > Jill Liles
> > Liv'nGood Jewelry
> Woven Chains Jewelry