• USA Coin Ring Tools - Folding & Stretching Kit - Jason's Works
    Almost a $20 dollar savings when you purchase this complete kit for folding, stretching, and general forming tools. What you'll receive in this set: - Steel starter cone. (Used to start the fold to protect the folding cones and mandrel) - Folding cones. (Used with ring stretchers/reducers) - Universal Folding Mandrel. (Used with an arbor press or hydraulic press. I like to use mine with a 1 ton arbor press with the steel starter cone first) - Steel Universal Folding Mandrel. (For that really tough brass or even steel coins. Wrap it in pipe tape to protect your inside detail) - 1/4" folding and stretching mandrel. (Use this tool with an arbor or hydraulic press to both fold and stretch a 1/4" hole in your coin to allow it to fit over your ring stretcher) - MEGA stretcher. A very useful tool. (This will allow you stretch a ring out to a size 23-25. Get one more to double up and make a Morgan sized ring to 1.7" outside diameter. You can make a cuff bracelet with that size!) - Coin ring anvil. (A great tool to help straighten out a wobbly ring. I use it as a spacer and top pressing plate as well. Lots of great uses with this tool) - Wood holder to organize your Jason's Works folding, stretching and forming tools.
  • Mandrel for 1/4" holes in penny and dime sized coins - Jason's Works Mandrel for 1/4" holes in penny and dime sized coins - Jason's Works
    Use this mandrel to expand the 1/4" hole in pennies, dimes, or any other coin that you punch a 1/4" hole in. This tool folds the coin and expands the hole so that the coin will fit onto the expanding mandrel of the coin ring stretcher/reducer.
  • Stabilizer Folding Cone 3/8" - Jason's Works - Coin Ring Tools Online Stabilizer Folding Cone - Jason's Works - Coin Ring Tools Online
    NEW STABILIZING TOOLS! Replaces the delrin balls and stops coins from slipping in reduction dies when folding when using a ring stretcher reducer! *The full set is recommended. This cone is intended to replace a damaged or lost cone from the set. This is the stabilizer folding cone used to fold coins when using a ring stretcher/reducer machine with reduction dies. Use this cone to assist in folding half dollar, dollar, and American Silver Eagle sized coins. This is the first cone to use when beginning to fold a half dollar sized coin. These stabilizing cones are designed to replace the Delrin Folding Balls when using a ring stretcher/reducer machine to fold your coins. They use the same principal as the balls with added benefits. These cones will stabilize the coin in reduction dies, therefore not requiring a special stabilizing die for each type of coin. Just set the coin level in the universal reduction die, insert your folding cone and press the coin down through the hole.
  • This is a complete folding cones set: Hardened Stainless steel starter cone, spacer and 4 different sized folding cones! Protect your stabilizer folding cones, mandrels, and be able to fold the harder alloyed coins such as nickels and brass medallions without damaging your folding tools or removing deetail from the inside of your coin if using a steel cone. No need to wast time wrapping in pipe tae either. Use the steel starter cone for your first press to start the folding process. The first press has the most impact on your folding tools. This specialized cone will take the brunt of that first press without damaging the detail of the coin. Be sure not to press too far (until you feel resistance) as you only want to begin the folding process with this cone and then finish with the specialized stabilizer folding cone or mandrels to protect the detail of the coin. (The stabilizer cones and mandrels are recommended for folding as it does not harm the detail as as teel folding tool would. Don't forget to bevel the holes edge and¬†anneal often when folding to keep from splitting your ring! PRO TIP: Lubricate the folding cones with Burr life (RioGrande.com) or Ivory soap to keep the rings from sticking t the cones when folding. *GUARANTEED YOU'LL LIKE THIS TOOL OR YOUR MONEY BACK!* *BE SURE TO SOFTEN THE EDGES OF THE HOLE IN THE COIN FOR BEST RESULTS* *CHECK OUT THE VIDEO ON THIS TOOL HERE. COPY AND PASTE IN YOUR URL ADDRESS BOX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxrwhDnAfWY  
  • Folding Tools Stabilizer Mandrel Cone Coin Ring Making Jason's Works
    NEW STABILIZING TOOLS! Replaces the delrin balls and stops coins from slipping in reduction dies when folding when using a ring stretcher reducer! Made from the hardest machinable plastic in existence. You'll see competitors that sell a softer translucence plastic folding cone of the same design that do not hold up nearly as well. *GUARANTEED YOU'LL LIKE THESE TOOLS OR YOUR MONEY BACK!* *BE SURE TO SOFTEN THE EDGES OF THE HOLE TO REDUCE WEAR ON THE CONES*
  • Universal Stabilizer Folding Mandrel Hydraulic/Arbor Press - Jason's Works Universal Stabilizer Folding Mandrel Hydraulic/Arbor Press - Jason's Works
    This is the stabilizer folding mandrel designed to replace the Delrin Folding Balls. Designed for the coin ring makers that like to use a hydraulic press or arbor press when folding their coins. This is the same as the folding cones but taller for the longer stroke presses. Use this to begin and finish coin sizes from quarters to silver eagles with holes ranging from 3/8 inch to 5/8 inch. Be sure to protect your mandrel! Always remove the sharp edge of the hole in your coin just as you would for the delrin balls and stabilizer cones. The mandrel will fold a coin with a 3/8 inch hole and up to a 5/8 inch hole. Common coin sizes would be a quarter up to an American Silver Eagle.
  • Folding Tools Stabilizer Mandrel Cone Coin Ring Making Jason's Works Folding Tools Stabilizer Mandrel Cone Coin Ring Making Jason's Works
    NEW TOOL! Designed for hard metal coins like brass and nickel. Wrap with teflon tape to keep the detail of the coin. Also stops coins from slipping in reduction dies when folding. * Receive a FREE roll of teflon with your purchase* *GUARANTEED YOU'LL LIKE THIS TOOL OR YOUR MONEY BACK!* *BE SURE TO SOFTEN THE EDGES OF THE HOLE* *CHECK OUT THE VIDEO ON THESE TOOLS HERE (copy and paste into your url address bar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhO3sae6TwU *Recent reviews and testimonial from customers: Jason, Once again, thank you very much and thanks for what you are doing for the craft of coin ring making. Your passions and expertise have elevated it to a level of technical professionalism which wasn't accessible to beginners before your involvement. Coin ring making is a craft which satisfies creative urges but it can also provide financial rewards - no small thing in today's economy! Instead of banging away on a mandrel, a time consuming and inaccurate procedure, a novice can quickly and easily make professional quality rings, using your tools and instructions. You've made ring quality accessible by cutting down on the learning curve. I'm looking forward to hearing about the new techniques! Gene LordOfTheCoinRings 2 days ago Jason, I owe my success as a ring maker to you and your videos on youtube. You are my Yoda - and I would really like to send you a ring. Could you pass me along your PO box when you get a chance. I just want to say thank you. I've specialized in 999 fine silver/gold, so that is all I do now and I'd really like to send you one. I figure, if its a bit too small or large, well you can certainly fix it. But shoot me your size too. Thanks! Lauro Chavez "ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES!!!!! Im not receiving anything in exchange for this review, but you gotta know that these tools are the best out there. If you take this craft seriously, and want to provide the best possible results to your rings, you have to go with jasonsworks tools. Period. Even beginners need to know that if you just get jasonsworks tools to begin with, you will save yourself tons of headaches and hassles." Capital Coin Rings on Apr 24, 2016 5 out of 5 stars This is the stabilizer folding mandrel designed to replace the Delrin Folding Balls. Designed for the coin ring makers that like to use a hydraulic press or arbor press when folding their coins. This is the same as the folding cones but taller for the longer stroke presses. Use this to begin and finish coin sizes from quarters to silver eagles with holes ranging from 3/8 inch to 5/8 inch. Be sure to protect your mandrel! Always remove the sharp edge of the hole in your coin just as you would for the delrin balls and stabilizer cones. The mandrel will fold a coin with a 3/8 inch hole and up to a 5/8 inch hole. Common coin sizes would be a quarter up to an American Silver Eagle. The process is to stack at least two reduction dies stacked up on top of on another and place a coin into a suitable sized universal reduction die. (You stack two dies in order to get enough stroke length for the mandrel when it passes through the dies.) Next, Insert the mandrel into the hole of the coin and under the ram of a suitable press. Begin pressing the mandrel into the coin to start the folding process. As the coin is folded, the overall diameter begins to shrink and you will need to place the coin into a smaller reduction die to continue folding. Be sure to anneal the coin as needed during the folding process. The mandrel is made from jardened stainless steel. *For a full and detailed description on how to use the stabilizing folding mandrel, please refer to my manual that can be purchased here: https://jasons.works/product/coin-ring-tools-training-manual/ *Here is a testimonial from a gentleman who tried out the stabilizer folding cones* "Hello Jason, I got the new delrin replacement tool yesterday and I spent several hours today using it - What a great idea! I am sure that this is going to become the new standard for making coin rings. I don't know if you can patent it, but when this comes out I think you will be copied by all others who make tools. No more slipping with the cone shape (but you still have to go slow to make sure the coin stays even). It also gives a more uniform shape as you work the press. I don't know what it's made out of but it seems to be super strong. Thanks for letting me try it out and for the extra set of delrin balls. I will keep using it and let you know how it's holding up. When you introduce it I will give you a thumbs up review! Thanks so much!....Gene." *NOTE: DO NOT OVER PRESS THE MANDREL INTO THE COIN WHEN USING A HYDRAULIC PRESS. AS SOON AS THE COIN IS IN FULL CONTACT WITH THE MANDREL, YOU SHOULD STOP THE FOLDING PROCESS. *Coins not included*
  • Universal Starter Cone (Stainless Steel) - Coin Ring Tools - Jason's Works Universal Starter Cone (Stainless Steel) - Coin Ring Tools - Jason's Works
    NEW Hardened Stainless steel starter cone! Protect your stabilizer folding cones, mandrels, delrin balls and be able to fold the harder alloyed coins such as nickels and brass medallions without damaging your folding tools. Use this cone for your first press to start the folding process. The first press has the most impact on your folding tools. This specialized cone will take the brunt of that first press without damaging the detail of the coin. Just be sure not to press too far you only want to begin the folding process with this cone and then finish with the specialized stabilizer folding cone, mandrels, or delrin balls to protect the detail of the coin. (The stabilizer cones and mandrels are recommended for folding.) *GUARANTEED YOU'LL LIKE THIS TOOL OR YOUR MONEY BACK!* *BE SURE TO SOFTEN THE EDGES OF THE HOLE IN THE COIN FOR BEST RESULTS* *CHECK OUT THE VIDEO ON THIS TOOL HERE. COPY AND PASTE IN YOUR URL ADDRESS BOX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxrwhDnAfWY