Jig Spinner Tools and Materials Metric Sizes

200mm x 1mm stainless steel straight spinning wire (use 150mm as an alternative) 1 small piece .3mm brass or copper sheet 1 split ring + medium sized swivel or a medium sized snap swivel 1 jig head and hook weighing between 3gr and 15gr 1 soft plastic to suit above 1 scrap of plywood or mdf 12mm or thicker to make wire forming template 8 x 3mm dia round nails 50mm or longer 2 x 2mm dia round nails or steel pin to use as a punch Scotch Tape

Tools 3mm HSS dril bit or brad point wood bit Pin or sharp nail to mark hole centres Hand held electric drill, cordless drill or hand crank drill Heavy duty scissors like kitchen or poultry scissors Coarse bench sharpening stone, oil stone, waterstone or diamond Pair of wire end cutters or side cutters Dessert spoon Ball and pein hammer General purpose pliers

Optional Split ring pliers

Jig Spinner Tools and Materials American Sizes (imperial)

8” x 0.040” stainless steel straight spinning wire (use 6” as an alternative) 1 small piece .011” brass or copper sheet 1 split ring + medium sized swivel or a medium sized snap swivel 1 jig head and hook weighing between 1/8oz and 1/2oz 1 soft plastic to suit above 1 scrap of plywood or mdf ½” or thicker to make wire forming template 8 x 1/8” dia round nails 50mm or longer 2 x 13/64” dia round nails or steel pin to use as a punch Scotch Tape

Tools 1/8” HSS dril bit or brad point wood bit Pin or sharp nail to mark hole centres Hand held electric drill, cordless drill or hand crank drill Heavy duty scissors like kitchen or poultry scissors Coarse bench sharpening stone, oil stone, waterstone or diamond Pair of wire end cutters or side cutters Dessert spoon Ball and pein hammer General purpose pliers

Optional Split ring pliers Copyright Paul Adams 2013

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