Metalsmith Suite

Metalsmith Suite


A practical calculation tool for jewelers, goldsmiths, and anyone working with precious metals. From bench to sales counter, anyone working in the jewelry industry will find themselves turning to Metalsmith Suite several times a day.

• Calculate the cost of a specific piece or sheet or wire in platinum and silver and gold alloys,
• Determine the cost of casting grain in a variety of metals,
• Convert the weight of an existing object into another metal,
• Determine the amount of metal needed for a casting,
• Draw only as much wire as you need for the job at hand,
• Determine the starting width for a tubing blank.
• Calculate quantites for gold alloying.
• Convert weights, lengths, and temperatures,
• Look up hardness, history, and properties for fifty popular gemstones,
• Carry metal specs and handy equivalent numbers in your pocket.

You're in the hardware store and remember that you need a drill bit that matches 20 gauge B&S. Lucky for you — you have the Metalsmith Suite in your pocket.

A customer loves that sterling ring you made but wants it in 14k. Need a quote you can depend on? Lucky you — you have the Metalsmith Suite.

Looking for a gemstone of a certain color but not sure of your options? Scroll through 50 popular gems to choose the right fit for your design. Lucky you!

Based on the internationally respected book "Complete Metalsmith" by Tim McCreight.

Recent changes:
v 1.2
*) Ring length calculation correction
*) Removed Europe Metrics from Ring System
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About Metalsmith Suite
A practical calculation tool for jewelers, goldsmiths, and anyone working with precious metals. From bench to sales counter, anyone working in the jewelry industry will find themselves turning to Metalsmith Suite several times a day.

• Calculate the cost of a specific piece or sheet or wire in platinum and silver and gold alloys,
• Determine the cost of casting grain in a variety of metals,
• Convert the weight of an existing object into another metal,
• Determine the amount of metal needed for a casting,
• Draw only as much wire as you need for the job at hand,
• Determine the starting width for a tubing blank.
• Calculate quantites for gold alloying.
• Convert weights, lengths, and temperatures,
• Look up hardness, history, and properties for fifty popular gemstones,
• Carry metal specs and handy equivalent numbers in your pocket.

You're in the hardware store and remember that you need a drill bit that matches 20 gauge B&S. Lucky for you — you have the Metalsmith Suite in your pocket.

A customer loves that sterling ring you made but wants it in 14k. Need a quote you can depend on? Lucky you — you have the Metalsmith Suite.

Looking for a gemstone of a certain color but not sure of your options? Scroll through 50 popular gems to choose the right fit for your design. Lucky you!

Based on the internationally respected book "Complete Metalsmith" by Tim McCreight.

Recent changes:
v 1.2
*) Ring length calculation correction
*) Removed Europe Metrics from Ring System

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A Google User
May 30, 2013
disappointed I expected more. While I was able to save spot price there is no where to save actual purchase prices - (spot + fabrication or the price I paid) spot calculates off fine silver so it auto-adjusts for sterling...... The number '5' doesn't work if there is a '1' in front of it (for instance, I can't put in 15 inches, the 5 changes the '1' to a '5' by replacement rather than adding it in the proper place. This is for measurement length AND gauge. In gauge (or diameter), the 5 nor the 6 works. So I can't price out 16 guage wire no matter the spot price or length!. It is easier to bookmark Rio or Thunderbird and simply go there to find current price, or save it in a spreadsheet and then use your calculator to manually do your calculations.
A Google User
Mar 13, 2013
Many Issues The 'save' button doesn't work when trying to set spot price, not do many other of the orange "=" buttons in other functions. Removed the app, waste of $4 when there are other apps that do the same, and actually work.