Learn low-cost alternatives and organizational tips to set-up your jewelry bench at home or in your new studio work space. How to save money and build a functional space for your craft.
You don't have to buy an expensive jeweler's bench! In this episode, we'll cover 5 tips for setting up your own home jewelry studio bench on a budget. We will cover low-cost tips and alternatives.
1. Studio Location - Keep your studio away from the kitchen or anywhere there's food.
2. Selecting a Table - Needs to be able to withstand hammer blows and harmful spills.
3. Table Height - You'll ideally want a table that is about 40" tall, which is about chest height when sitting.
5. Table Edge - Select an edge that vices can attach to easily.
6. Fire Safety - Protect your table surface with a ceramic tile or masonry bricks for extra security.
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