USA-Made Jewelry Stamping Presses
Jewelry making is easier with a high-quality arbor press from Janesville Tool
Put an end to scrapped jewelry with a manual arbor hand press from Janesville Tool. Upgrading from a press to a hammer will increase efficiency and improve consistency between pieces.
From earrings and necklaces to bracelets and rings, a manual press can speed up your production to maximize your time and profits. A well-built manual press allows you to easily stamp shapes or designs into metals, wood or leather. Just position your material and pull the lever. Use the table below to find the best jewelry press your needs.
Find Your Jewelry Press:
Customizable jewelry press
All our benchtop presses are 100% American-made at our Janesville facility and can be customized for your specific needs. Our engineering team works with you to build the perfect press for your application and desired results. We offer manufacturer-direct pricing and 24-hour shipping, making our presses affordable and accessible to all clients. Once you’ve spent the money on jewelry-making materials and have a winning design, don’t let the finished product be anything less than perfect by trying to do it by hand or with a homemade vice press that gives you inconsistent pressure and results. A consistent and reliable manual press from Janesville Tool means you’ll never worry about the results again.
Common uses for custom manual & pneumatic arbor presses include:
- Metal Stamping
- Rivet Setting
- Reloading Ammunition
- Jewelry Making
- Guitar Fretting & Lutherie
- PEM Nuts
- Light Duty
- Die Cutting
- Clean Room Applications
- Grommets & Eyelets
- Press-Fit Bearings
- Metal Forming
- Short-Run Production
Common Questions on Jewelry Stamping With Arbor Presses
Is jewelry stamping hard?
Stamping designs and shapes into jewelry can be intimidating. Don't fumble with hammers and cheaply made stamping presses, get a professional arbor press from Janesville Tool & Manufacturing. We'll give you the tools you need to make jewelry stamping a cinch.
How big of a press do you need to stamp jewelry?
In order to stamp jewelry, it's recommended to use an arbor press of between 1/2 - 3 tons. With the final required force dependent upon the thickness of the material you're working with, choosing a press stronger than 3 tons could be an easier bet for newbies looking for even greater precision.