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BeadSmith Bench Block With Wood Base, 4x4"

Part Number:BBW44
BeadSmith Bench Block With Wood Base, 4x4"
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Country of Origin:

China

Size:

4 x 4 Inches

Bin:

J8-802
Stainless steel bench block with wood base, measures 4" x 4" by 1/2", by BeadSmith. This is a flat anvil jeweler's tool for use with a chasing hammer to form and shape metal wire.

This wooden bench block is just what you need for forming and shaping wire without damaging table surfaces.

Customer Reviews

3 Stars
bench block
The metal and wood block were not attached when this arrived so I got out my glue. sure hope gorilla glue will hold it. This block is going to take a beating so I am worried.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from WA state. on 12/31/2013
3/5
5 Stars
Bench Block
Like all BeadSmith tools I've purchased, this block is cleanly finished, inviting use. Good heft, nice tidy size. A great addition to the beader's tool chest for expanding into wire work and texturing blanks or ... whatever. The possibilities open up.
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Reviewed by:  from Barrow, Alaska. on 5/19/2013
5/5
5 Stars
Beadsmith bench block with would base
The bench block is a very handy tool, I recommend this to all that make jewelry , its well worth it .
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Reviewed by:  from AUNTIESBEADS.COM. on 11/9/2012
5/5
5 Stars
Bench block
very pleased what I have been looking for. Thanks
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Reviewed by:  from Saucier Mississippi. on 2/22/2012
5/5

Questions and Answers

Q: Is the stainless steel portion of the block hardened?
Asked by: Linda - 9/18/2013
A: Yes, it is.
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Answer provided by:  Adam Henderson (9/18/2013)
Q: is the block used for hammering on it, or just for storage?
Asked by: jacques nadon - 4/19/2015
A: No it is used for hammering and hardening wire and metal stamping.
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Answer provided by:  Karla Schafer (4/22/2015)
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