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Gem Master Tool

Add some sparkle to textiles projects! Use the Gem Master Tool to bring heat to gems and studs with a 'hot melt' backing and start embellishing materials.

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2644 £14.00
(£16.80 incl VAT)

Was 21.50.

Now 14.00.

Clearance prices shown in orange are in GBP and exclusive of VAT.

Why not add some sparkle to a textiles project or design by adding some gems or studs. The gems are a great value for money. This allows excellent effects to be achieved for only a few pence.

The Gem Master tool from Antex is perfect for using with our range of gems (rhinestones) and studs (rhinestuds). The gems and studs that we sell have a hot melt backing that is activated when heated using the Gem Master tool. The adhesive backing allows the gems to be attached to many types of textiles, plastics, wooden materials, etc.

The 'Gem Master' tool has two power settings and a wide range of tips for gems and studs of various shapes and sizes.

It is supplied with a small selection of gems and studs to get you started.

This tool is also compatible with the fabric master and pyro master tips, making it great for many different craft applications.


  • This product is supplied with a UK mains plug and is designed to work off a 230V, 50Hz supply.

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Posted by Martin, Tuesday, 13 October 2015 on product Gem Master Tool
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    We are unable to find anything to state if it will work on glass but it is unlikely. We also wouldn’t recommend using it on glass as the heat would likely crack or wrap it.

    Posted by Michael Lockhart on Tuesday, 13 October 2015
Posted by janet marley, Friday, 11 April 2014 on product Gem Master Tool
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    A: The gem master will work on a most surfaces, however the thinner the material the more careful you need to be. On a thin surface it is possible to burn through the material. So if you are using the gem master on a greetings card I'd try it on a similar thickness card first. If you leave the tool on for too long it has the potential to burn through and not long enough the gem wont bond to the card, after a little trial and error you should be able to work out how long to use it for.
    Posted by Matt Macleod on Friday, 11 April 2014

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