Produce jump rings quickly and easily with this time-saving device. Coil your wire around one of the twenty mandrels (in the diameters 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12mm) using the included hand-winder. Once the coil is formed, place it in the adjustable coil holder and saw through it using the included rotary saw, handpiece guide, and your flexible shaft machine. It's that easy!
And now the world's best-selling jump ring maker is redesigned and better than ever. The redesigned Pepetools Jump Ring Maker has a new aluminum stand to organize your mandrels in an upright position. This stand conserves space on your workbench and is removable from the base of the unit. The hand winder can be permanently attached to the black, powder-coated aluminum base of the machine, or you can attach it to the included round aluminum flange (shown in the right foreground of the photo) for mounting elsewhere. The arbor that supports the rotary saw is now made from stainless steel. The cutting box, handpiece holder, mandrels, and mandrel stand are precision machined. Furnished with a complimentary tube of Pepelube saw lubricant. The Jump Ring Maker is now made in USA.
The Jump Ring Maker is used with 2 sizes of rotary saws:
- 31.75 mm blade: Cuts up to 18 ga. (1.63 mm) wire (item no. 410-052, and included with the outfit)
- 38 mm blade: Cuts up to 14 ga. (4.12 mm) wire (item no. 400-126, sold separately below)
Flexshaft machine with a 1" diameter handpiece required (not included, see below for suggested models). Or, during our Jump Ring Maker Promotion, you can purchase, while quantities last, our Jump Ring Maker/Flexshaft package (see related products below). Not for use with stainless steel wire.
The redesigned Jump Ring Maker will work only with Foredom brand no. 30 handpieces. Other no. 30-style handpieces can be used only if they have been modified by The Contenti Company.
The 4 smallest mandrels in this set do not have holes. In using one of these small mandrels, the wire to be wound is inserted into the chuck of the winder together with the mandrel.