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How to Load the Metal Clay Syringe Pen™

Remove syringe plunger and replace it with the pen plunger while keeping the rubber stopper in place.

Art Clay® Silver Clay

Firing Gemstones into Art Clay®

Adding gemstones to metal clay can increase the appeal of a piece, but it's important to know how the stones will react. This article discusses how to fire different stone types. Man-made gems can be fired and will not change color, crack or melt....

Prometheus Clay - Working Tips

If you've never worked with Prometheus® metal clay before, you're in luck! We have a ton of tips and tricks for this versatile material from Prometheus.

Art Clay Silver Syringe Type

Incorporate fine details into metal clay creations with syringe-type Art Clay® Silver. Not sure how to use it? This resource will help you get started.

Prometheus Bronze and Copper Clay Information Sheet

Working with Prometheus® Clay is similar to working with polymer and ceramic clays. Find all the tips and techniques you need in this how-to article from Prometheus.

Prometheus® Copper Clay Instructions

Prometheus Sunny Bronze Clay

Prometheus® Bronze Clay Instructions

Prometheus® Greenish Yellow Bronze Clay Instructions

Prometheus Light Yellow Bronze Clay Instructions

How to Use the Kemper® Clay Square Hole Cutters

Push cutting end straight through uncured clay.

Extruding Clay with the Makin's Professional® Ultimate Clay Extruder®

Extruders are great for creating long continual shapes of clay. The clay can then be used as a border, decorative element in a design or sliced to create multiples of the same shape to be used however you like. Each extruder works with polymer and...

Extruding Tubes of Clay with the Clay Extruder and Adapters

Put the T-handle end onto the barrel of the Makin's Professional® Ultimate Clay Extruder® extruder and tighten into place.

How to Make Your Own Clay Cutters

Learn how to make your own clay cutters to create custom designs using metal sheet and polymer clay.

Cork Clay

Cork clay is easily shaped and refined into a solid core for firing hollow metal clay beads and sculptural pieces. Learn the benefits and how to use it with this tutorial. Keep all unused portions of the cork clay tightly wrapped. If it dries, it...

Firing Art Clay® with a Gas Stove

FNot everyone has access to a kiln. In this tutorial, learn how to fire certain types of metal clay pieces on a gas stove rather than with traditional firing methods.

How to Use Gilders Paste®

Gilders Paste is a professional wax-based medium that can be mixed and layered for an endless color palette that won't fade. Learn how with this informative article.

Faux MOKUME Gane Pillow Style Components with Kato Polyclay™

MOKUME Gane (MO-ku-may GAH-nay) is a beautiful, ancient Japanese metalsmithing technique that involves layering different colors of metal then impressing a texture or random design into the surface, which alters the layers below. Finally, the top...

Cleaning a Clay Extruder

Once you are done using your extruder, it’s a good idea to make sure it is cleaned thoroughly before storing.
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