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Fretz - Michael Good Hook Stakes

Part # 112.761
Original price $92.95 - Original price $113.95
Original price
$113.95
$92.95 - $113.95
Current price $113.95
Availability:
2 in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
2 in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
2 in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
2 in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
2 in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
2 in stock, ready to be shipped
Availability:
2 in stock, ready to be shipped
by Fretz
Type: G1 Stake

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Product Details

For Synclastic and Anticlastic Metal Forming

Choose from 6 Stakes or Holder:

  • 112.766 G6 Stake, 4mm/90 Degree
  • 112.765 G5 Stake, 6mm/90 Degree
  • 112.764 G4 Stake, 8mm/90 Degree
  • 112.763 G3 Stake, 12mm/90 Degree
  • 112.762 G2 Stake, 16mm/90 Degree
  • 112.761 G1 Stake, 16mm/120 Degree
  • 112.760 Stake Holder, 85mm x 78mm 


If you have ever seen a presentation by designer and metalsmith Michael Good on metal forming, using the techniques first developed by the visionary Heikki Seppa, you might inquire about where you could purchase the stakes and hammers he uses. Before the recent collaboration between tool maker Bill Fretz and Michael Good, the only practical way to obtain tools like these would be to make them yourself. Now these tools are available to anyone who wishes to produce metal forms using these fascinating and creative techniques right out of the box.

Made to Michael Good's exacting specifications by the Fretz factory in Vietnam, each stake is expertly and highly hand polished after being cast in 420 stainless steel and hardened to 50c on the Rockwell scale. Available individually or in a set of 6 stakes with the stake holder, these tools make it possible for anyone with an interest in metal forming to start making the beautiful and enchanting jewelry using the metal forming techniques call synclastic and anticlastic forming.





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