PMC brand precious metal clay, and other silver-clay products including Gold! PMC3, + and original, slip and syringe forms. Accent Gold For Silver Paint.
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Starter kit For PMC3 with KILN

Kit includes 2 packs of 25 grams PMC3 Clay, 15 grams of slip, 9 gram syringe, polishing brush and sanding paper, tool kit, Two 4mm CZ gems and a Paragon SC-2 Kiln for easy firing. Everything you need to get started making your own jewelry today! You can choose any SC kiln and add more clay to your order.

Item Number: PMC-KilnKit
  • $897.67
  • Custom Configuration

Starter Kit for PMC3

Kit includes 25 grams PMC3 Clay, 15 grams of slip, 9 gram syringe, a polishing brush, our tool kit, Two 4mm CZ Diamond gems and a firing grate for easy firing.

Item Number: PMC-StartKit
  • $148.81
  • Custom Configuration

Silver PMC+ Plus Clay 28 Grams

Silver PMC+ Clay 28g
PMC+ fires harder and shrinks less than Original PMC. It is a little less plastic to work with but more plastic than PMC3. PMC+ shrinks 12%, fires .999 pure silver. 28 grams of silver after firing.
  • $50.04
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Silver PMC+ Plus Clay 45 Grams

Silver PMC+ Clay 45g
PMC+ fires harder and shrinks less than Original PMC. It is a little less plastic to work withthan Original, but more plastic (and cheaper than PMC3). PMC+ shrinks 12%, fires .999 pure silver. 28 grams of silver after firing.
  • $73.98
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Silver PMC3 Clay 25 Grams

SIL-CLAY-PMC3 Silver PMC3 Clay 25g
PMC3 fires at the lowest temperature (1290 F) which not only allows firing glass or perhaps sterling, but means alternative low firing devices such as stovetop or torch become available. Use PMC3 when you NEED to fire at low temps. PMC3 is the most durable type of PMC
  • $52.81
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Silver PMC3 Clay 9 Grams SMALL

Silver PMC3 Clay 9g
Great size for classes
PMC3 fires at the lowest temperature (1290 F) which not only allows firing glass or perhaps sterling, but means alternative low firing devices such as stovetop or torch become available.
  • $21.56
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Silver PMC3 Clay 50 Grams LARGE

SIL-CLAY-PMC3 Silver PMC3 Clay 50g
PMC3 fires at the lowest temperature (1290 F) which not only allows firing glass or perhaps sterling, but means alternative low firing devices such as stovetop or torch become available. Use PMC3 when you NEED to fire at low temps.


  • $97.46
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Silver OneFire PMC Sterling Clay 20 Gm

OneFire PMC Sterling

combines the workability and firing benefits of PMC+, along with the durability and fine finish of the Sterling. If you've worked with either before, this would be a great varation to try. If you've never played with it before, this could be the one that gets you hokked!

  • $46.00
  • Availability: 3

Silver OneFire PMC Sterling Clay 45 Gm

OneFire PMC Sterling

combines the workability and firing benefits of PMC+, along with the durability and fine finish of the Sterling. If you've worked with either before, this would be a great varation to try. If you've never played with it before, this could be the one that gets you hokked!

  • $100.00
  • Availability: 2

Silver PMC+ Sheet 6 cm x 6 cm 5 Grams

SIL-SHEET Silver PMC+ Sheet 6cmx6cm 7g
PMC Paper is made of PMC+ and can be folded like origami paper and fired. It can be cut woven and layered. It dries very slowly.

How to Use PMC+ Sheet

Basic Forming
You can cut PMC Sheet with scissors or razor knife, or tear it to achieve a ragged edge. You can even draw pencil lines to determine the shapes you want. Join elements by using PMC paste like a glue to make thicker sheets, moisten two pieces lightly with clean water, press the sheets firmly together and set a weight on top until the joint seats. PMC Sheet has the same shrinkage arid firing specifications as other versions of PMC+, but it will not dry out as fast, It can be combined with original PMC, but remember to adjust for the different rates of shrinkage.
Firing
Time Temperature
10 minutes 900° centigrade 1650° Fahrenheit
20 minutes 850° centigrade 1560° Fahrenheit
30 minutes 800° centigrade 1470° Fahrenheit
Dont torch fire!
PMC can be tired in any kiln that will hold the correct temperature for the required time. A small programmable kiln is ideal. Set the work on ceramic bisque tiles, soft brick, or soldering pads. Irregular shapes should be supported on alumina hydrate or vermiculite (avoid breathing any fine dust).

Finishing
After firing, all versions of PMC display a matte white surface. To polish, burnish with a smooth steel tool or scrub with fine wool or soft brass Brush. PMCSheet, like other versions, can be soldered, plated and enameled.

Health and Safety
Though rare, it is possible for certain individuals to experience skin rash or itchiness after contact with PMC. If you have a reaction, discontinue use. Consult a physician if the problem persists. Wash Hands after use.

  • $15.34
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Silver PMC+ Sheet 3 cm x 12 cm 7 Grams

SIL-SHEETLONG Silver PMC+ Sheet 3cmx12cm a longer sheet used for making bezels.
  • $15.34
  • Availability: 4

Silver PMC3 Jar 15 Grams SLIP

SIL-SLIP-PMC3 Silver PMC3 Jar 15g Slip (paste) is used for joining fired or unfired clay, coating ceramic bisque or organic objects Glue unfired PMC pieces together. Fill in cracks of unfired pieces. Draw patterns. Paint directly onto leaves, paper, etc. using the “rubbed transfer” technique.
PMC3 Scientists at the Mitsubishi laboratory in Japan have developed a new material they call PMC3. It is similar to PMC+ in consistency, shrinkage and strength. The primary difference is in its firing temperature which is significantly lower than the other versions. PMC3 can be fired at three time/temp settings: 10 minutes at 1290 F (700 C) 20 minutes at 1200 F (650 C) 30 minutes at 1110 F (600 C.) You can use PMC3 with all types of silver-clay and it can be fired up to 1650F and held for up to 2 hours.
  • $33.84
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Silver PMC Sterling Clay 25 Grams

SIL-Sterling-25   Silver PMC Sterling Clay 25 Grams 

PMC Sterling™ combines microscopic particles of metals in the
precise proportions of 92.5% silver with 7.5% copper—the
same
proportions as traditional sterling. The metal powders are mixed
with water and a nontoxic binder to create a material that can be
worked as easily as modeling clay. Objects can be made with simple
tools, then they are dried and sometimes refined further. The pieces
are then taken through a two-step firing process that drives off the
water, burns away the binder, and fuses the particles into solid metal.
The result has properties very similar to cast sterling silver. It can be
polished, soldered, and patented just like any other precious metal.

  • $50.09
  • Availability: 0

Silver PMC Sterling Clay 50 Grams

SIL-Sterling-50   Silver PMC Sterling Clay 50 Grams 

PMC Sterling™ combines microscopic particles of metals in the
precise proportions of 92.5% silver with 7.5% copper—the
same
proportions as traditional sterling. The metal powders are mixed
with water and a nontoxic binder to create a material that can be
worked as easily as modeling clay. Objects can be made with simple
tools, then they are dried and sometimes refined further. The pieces
are then taken through a two-step firing process that drives off the
water, burns away the binder, and fuses the particles into solid metal.
The result has properties very similar to cast sterling silver. It can be
polished, soldered, and patented just like any other precious metal.

  • $103.27
  • Availability: 1

Silver PMC3 Syringe 9 Grams SLIP

Silver PMC3 Syringe 9g
Slip is used to create fine detail by applying the silver through the syringe tip.

  • $21.30
  • Availability: 3


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