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JBB Findings Antiqued Silver Center-Crimp Tube with Loop, 4.5mm I.D. (Each)

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Description

how-to center crimp 1
1. You'll need: Crimp ends, cording, round-nose pliers, and (optional) some glue.

how-to center crimp 2
2. Add a dab of glue to the cording; slide the crimp-end over the cording.

how-to center crimp 3
3. Firmly grip the pliers to flatten the center section of the crimp.



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Details

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each
Color:
Antiqued Silver
Size:
Approx. 6.5x12mm
Additional Info:
Cast
Country of Origin:
Israel
Hole Size:
4.5mm I.D.
Brand:
JBB

Product Reviews

  • 5

    Quality Item

    These are the best. I make leather anklets, and these work wonder to give it a quality look. My customers are very happy with the results. Only thing i would say is to be careful and measure twice if your using it for custom made jewelry there expensive t

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