The Ringsmaker is a machine designed to saw cut jump rings of almost any size and wire gauge. It has a very simple and compact design that almost anyone can use. It is a great time saver, and a money saver. Making just a few pounds of jump rings will more than pay for the cost of the machine in a very short period of time. No more having to order the rings you need from a catalog, website or local bead store and wait for them to arrive. It works on any size and thickness of wire, even challenging metals like niobium or argentium. It can also be used with a variety of different sized mandrels to make other shapes and components for your jewelry designs.
The machine uses a unique blade guiding groove that keeps the coil in place and lines it up while it is being cut by the blade. This feature, along with the programmable speed control, makes the machine very accurate and easy to use. The included low-flow pump provides a constant stream of coolant/lubricant directly to the blade. All overflow and cutting dust collects in a catch basin and is pumped back into the system for re-use. This lubrication allows the machine to cut very challenging metals such as Titanium and Stainless Steel, but we recommend starting out with aluminum or copper and working up to more difficult materials.
In the legendarium of J. R. R. Tolkien, Celebrimbor (IPA: kelebrimbor) was an elven smith who was tricked by the Dark Lord Sauron into forging the Rings of Power, to serve as tools to dominate Middle-earth. Sauron poured a great part of his own native strength into the One Ring, and it became exceedingly powerful at bending the wills of those who wear it.
In the movie The Lord of the Rings, he is known as the smith who makes the mighty One Ring. This ring is the most powerful relic in all Middle-earth and is believed to be the source of the power and dominance over which Sauron is so obsessed. Sauron has long coveted the Ring of Power and is determined to possess it at all costs. However, Gandalf and his friends have a plan to destroy the Ring.