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Engrave jewellery

Jewellery is always a wonderful gift for friends and family. When designed and personalised it creates double the joy of receiving jewellery. Use our Dremel 7750 to help create unique jewellery perfect for yourself or loved ones.


Step 1: Materials

Earrings of your choice
Permanent marker
Pen and paper for drawing
Dremel 7750
Diamond wheel point 2 mm (7103) and 4.4 mm (7105)
Diamond Engraving
Safety goggles
Dust mask
Anti-slip pad

Step 2: Sketch

The easiest way is to record the dimensions of the jewellery and then sketch the jewellery out, then sketch on the desired pattern. So you'll see how it looks and if it fits.

Step 3: Transfer design

With a thin permanent marker you can now draw your desired design on the earring.

Step 4: Pick your accessory

For engraving metal there are several accessories and tools that work well for this application. We used the 7750 and a 2mm (7103) diamond wheel point. You can also use an engraver 1.9mm (110) . Both work very well.

Step 5: screw on multi chuck

The multi-chuck (4486) is great for clamping the various tools. You do not need a key to tighten the multi-chuck but it can be tightened with your hands.

Step 6: Engrave

Be sure to put on gloves and place the jewellery on a non-slip mat. Now you can trace the marker and start to engrave with the tool.

Step 7: Engraving continued

Do not apply pressure to the work piece or machine. To make the lines thicker just go over them again until at the desired thickness.

Step 8: Finished Earrings

Acetone can be used to clean up any remains.

Step 9: Bracelet

For the bracelet we took a diamond engraving point. It is ideal for very thin lines.

Step 10: Trace and fill out

With a diamond cutter 2 mm (7103) you can then fill-in all surfaces and bring in more depth.

Step 11: Remove excess

As with earrings, remove the remainders of dust and permanent marker with acetone or nail polish remover if you have any.

Step 12: Finished!