Here is the link: http://www.lampworketc.com/forums/sh...ona+key+holder
Go to page 34 and see post 997. There are several images I took of how it looks with the keys. I use it primarily for the medium to larger keys. The small keys I use still the hemostat or the Carlo Dona holder for copper wire that can also be great for holding stringer for application.
What I do when I get into production mode with the key holder, is take a break between keys, to allow the tool to cool down a little. That little tab for release can get hot. It's a wonderful tool, because it allows you to just drop the finished key-bead into the kiln and continue working instead of holders that screw onto the key and have to stay in the kiln the whole time after one use.
The spring action on these puppies is super holder! Roberto didn't fall far from the tree when he followed his dad in being very inovative and listens to what the market needs and wants.