*Mother’s Day  Gift… ‘Rosebud’ Tips!

 Meco Midget – Little Torch – Hoke 

 The NEW, Paige Tools  MLT Adapter  turns the “Little Torch” into a “Mighty” Torch when combined with our ‘Multi-Port’, “Optimized” Tips. The MLT Adapter is made in stainless steel & brass and connects all Paige Tips to the Little Torch. Read about the NEW “X” Tips for the Little Torch on our site plus learn how Paige Tips can also be used for Glass Working.

If you’re a Little Torch, Meco Midget or Hoke user our CNC produced products will add functionality to your Torch beyond anything on the market. Our Tips use a special, ‘Internal Port Design’ that mixes propane or natural gas + oxygen in just the right way. Read on our website why Optimized, Multi-Port Tips are necessary when burning propane or natural gas for correct Torch performance.  (Note: Paige Tips are only for use with oxy-propane or oxy-natural gas.)

The   M  Tips   are perfection in how they preform on all 3 Torches producing easily adjustable, “Pushable” flames that are stable on the Tips. M Tips produce a wide range of flame sizes in reducing, neutral & oxidizing profiles. M Tips & the Meco Midget are made for each other. M Tips on a Hoke puts this ‘vintage’ Torch on par with the Meco & turns the Little Torch into a “Mighty” Torch!

Our   MA  Rosebud Tips   can be used on all 3 Torches. Paige Rosebuds are perfect for soldering large objects (even small sculptures), annealing and melting operations. They get the job done! Flames from ‘whisper-soft’ to a Rocket Flame!

*Our ‘Rosebuds’ are not flowers but they will put a smile on a face!  (25% off until 5/9)

The  MMH Adapter   is a dream come true for Hoke users. Jeweler’s who have tested the Hoke with the MMH Adapter + our M & MA series Tips say they don’t recognize their Hoke. Comments like: “Wow!  Thumbs Up!” & “Great” are common.

Our,  X Tips are only for use on the Little Torch. Multi-Port X Tips were designed specifically for use with low pressure, Natural Gas.

** Purchase directly from Paige Tools or via PayPal.


MLT Adapter + Paige Tips on the "Little Torch"

Paige Tools: Meco Midget Tips


Richard Paille
My jewelry career began in 1970. Following college and a tour in the Army I opened a small studio in Seattle, WA where I did jewelry repair for the public and wholesale trade. I was also taking classes with the G.I.A. studying diamonds, colored stones and gem identification.  Later, I moved to a new, Seattle location and opened a traditional jewelry store, Dick Paille Jewelry, inc. Working long hours 'at-the-bench,' in the store’s manufacturing shop, managing employees, meeting with customers and what seemed like constant sales reps that stopped by made for long hours. Six day work weeks were typical. The 70’s were demanding but rewarding years in my early career where I learned the ‘business end’ of the jewelry business as well as continued to hone my bench skills. Years later I sold the store to follow an inner call to design jewelry for a national market selling my work at trade shows, retail stores and Galleries around the country. In 1991 a new opportunity arose and I became involved in pearl farming in the Cook Islands and started the business, South Pacific Pearls International. Eventually my jewelry background merged with several non-jewelry interests. I formed a small film crew and we traveled to Australia to shoot a documentary on opal mining entitled "Fire Down Under: The Hunt For Australian Opal." This first project led to another documentary about pearl farming called "A Gift From Neptune: The Black Pearls Of Manihiki." The years I was traveling to the South Pacific were an exciting period in my career. In 2003 I started Pacific Digital Studio to continue my interest in multimedia marketing and to support the talks I give on pearls and other jewelry subjects. By 2008 I wanted to reduce my traveling and find new ways to share my career experiences with others. That desire led to starting a jewelry school: Learn2MakeJewelry which I operate today. In 2010 I formed a company: Paige Tools to manufacture various jewelry tools. Our Torch products are the first to launch. I’m also an avid fly fisherman, a life long amateur radio operator, wine lover and writer.
Richard Paille

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