John  Fetvedt

John, who retired from IBM in 2005, was introduced to chain making in 2003 at William Holland, and has since done extensive research on weave patterns. Johns chain weaves have been published in Lark and Kalmbach books, and numerous other projects have been published by Art Jewelry and Wirework magazines. John began working with electro-etching in 2010 with the goal of eliminating the caustic mordants normally used for etching metals and simplifying the electro-etching process to make etching safer for the home studio. He can be contacted through www.bijoux-de-terre.com.

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Etching I - Electro-etching - John Fetvedt
Get in-depth knowledge and experience electro-etching metal using simple equipment that can easily and safely be set up and used in your home studio. The advantages of electro-etching include: no caustic or highly dangerous chemicals are used, and no dangerous gasses or fumes are created during the process. The techniques and information learned in the class may be used to electro-etch copper, brass, bronze, nickel silver, and silver, depending on the electrolyte. The $150.00 supply fee for the class does not include any metal, but does include all of other materials used in the class.

Lab Fee: $150.00
Estimated Materials Cost: $0+
Prerequisites: None

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