The soldering stations were expanded and upgraded in 2017. Four stations, each with a fire-resistant adjustable height chair and ventilation draw, assures that in a class of eight everyone can solder without a long wait. Other equipment includes a vacuum table and centrifuge, a rolling mill and texture plates, a wire mill, heavy duty guillotine shears, one Beverly shear, two flex shafts, two stationary drills, a large and a small anvil, a small belt sander, a double sided polishing station, two digital calipers, a triple-beam balance scale, and two toaster ovens.
Kilns include two Paragon kilns for enameling, one Paragon kiln for PMC only, and one larger kiln.
A full array of hand tools includes ten saw frames and assorted blades, two dapping and punch sets, a disc cutter with punch set, a variety of ring and bracelet mandrels, ring clamps, tube cutters, a miter vise/jig with small hex key and all manner of pliers, cutters, hammers, and sandpaper.
The studio is generally stocked with wire and sheet in copper, brass, and bronze. Silver is stocked per instructor request.
All studios have a supply of hand sanitizer and anti-bacterial wipes.