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  1. I recently got access to a laser cutter and would like to make a couple of custom stamps. I have one of the hand presses from Tandy and also a bench-top arbor press from Harbor Freight I can use with the stamps but I'd also like the people I'm giving them to to be able to use them with Tandy's Hefty Handle. The stamps will be from 1" to 1.5" across. I have a 1"x4"x12" block of UHMW which I'm thinking is both possibly too soft and also mostly melt in the laser cutter and not give the desired results. I also have a .25"x12"x18" sheet of Lexan that I'm told should laser cut very cleanly. OR should i order some Delrin and if so, what format (rod, block, or sheet) and what dimensions? Recommendations on material and settings for the laser cutter? It's a 45w system. Looking at the (metal) stamps I have, it looks like I want a depth of 1/8" or maybe 3/16" (since these won't be metal). I have a notion of making the stamp itself from the Lexan and mounting it to some other material for striking (wood, nylon, UHMW, etc). Opinions? I'm new to laser cutters so any info is appreciated. Thanks! BTW, if this gets double posted, please kill one of them off.
  2. By the end of the week I am expecting to receive the following in the post: A cheap (Chinese made, with probable Japanese influence) beginner's sett of leather working tools from Ebay A remnant/pieces pack of leather, needles, and thread from The Identity Store A copy of "The Leatherworking Handbook" by Valerie Michael from Amazon Yet to acquire from the local chain DIY store (probably nearer the time, or on Sunday if it slips my mind before then which is likely to happen) are: wood and fixings to make a cheap stitching pony Evo-Stik Time Bond contact adhesive an Oilstone (or similar) for inevitable initial sharpening of previously mentioned tools as well as general upkeep later on miscellaneous things that catch my eye which may be helpful such as clamps, sandpaper, straight edge etc Other things yet to be appropriated into my "kit": worksurface stuff (cutting mat, poly board, granite (or similar)) decent desk lamp as most of my work will be completed in the late evening/small hours after finishing the late shift at "the day job" and goodness knows my eyes will need all the help they can get edge slicking substance graph/grid paper for when I feel up to making my own patterns bone folder type tool stitching awl Things I already have, yet to be consolidated together: poly mallet basic geometry set (ruler, square, compases etc) pencils large toolbox for storage stack of "craft" drawers for storage non-marring spudger set which I'm sure will come in handy for poking/prodding in crevices metal bodied Utility knife (and blades) Extra Virgin Olive Oil in lieu of more specialist finishes tonnes of old clothes for rags Things I will probably get at a later date once I get a feel for everything (this does not include ad hoc replacement/upgrading of any of the above when needed): butcher's block style work station (as I'll mostly be working at my 10yr old pine desk in my bedroom initially, maybe out in the shed weather permitting) relevant dyes, treatments, etc and relevant applicators basic carving tools (I do not plan on getting into this much but I guess it's always handy to be able pop a pretty border on something special) ___ I know the cost of starting a new hobby from scratch is always going to be a major consideration, but it seems leathercraft is even more so. Yes I know it's no good moaning to other people who have all been there/done that, but starting out on a shoe string is still likely to cost me upwards of £100 ($125 for you colonials ). Being the sort of person I am, often doing things on a whim, and generally cautious with cash, I do not want to go to the lengths that some do and get The Works in terms of equipment and materials to start with. I don't want to spend a small fortune on something if I don't end up getting decently into it to justify the cost. That said, it seems the general advice in terms of initial outlay is "get the best you can afford" and that's what I'm doing I suppose. I guess there are those out there who have started out with much less, and I have no need nor reason trying to justify what I'm doing. I guess in a way I'm secretly hoping that I get sufficiently good enough at the whole "leather thing" that in the long run I can start going to fairs, events, do made-to-order and the like, and be able to become (at least partially) self employed. But that's definitely a long way off. I think for me leathercraft will always be a matter of being on a shoestring, at least in the sense of trying to get the best from the least. I've always been enthralled by the way craftsmen of all disciplines in years gone-by have come up with ingenious solutions which even centuries or millennia haven't changed much, and as much as possible I want to keep what I do "low-tech": drawing up templates by hand rather than using PC software, using as traditional methods and tools as possible, and if possible trying to be authentic in style/process with any historical based pieces I produce. I (like to think) I am fairly good at improvising, and this will also keep costs down. Who needs a £40 edge slicker when a double-pronged piece of deer antler (free if you know where/when to look) will do? Or expensive black dyes if you can master the likes of vinegaroon and lampblack?
  3. I've added a new stamp to my stamp store.. Im offering it for only $13 for a limited time, and that includes first class S&H. It's only available through my website. www.thelasermill.com
  4. 3x3 Tree of life

    From the album Custom stamps & maker's marks

    3x3cm Tree of LIfe custom stamp Link to stamp
  5. Does anyone know of a company here in the US that will make a sheet of photo engraved stamps in magnesium, like the ones described in this video by Ian Atkinson? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eu12MT8He90 The company Ian used is in the UK: http://www.leprevo.co.uk/ There must be a company in the US that makes this sort of thing, but I can't find one. thanks!
  6. How To: Leather Hot Stamping

    Stumbled upon an interesting DIY blog post on leather hot stamping using an iron and thought some of you will like to try it out at home too! http://minkudesign.c...011/09/04/1682/ If you want more control on the temperature and final degree of darkness, we provide a heat embosser with temperature control! https://www.etsy.com...-heat-embosser?
  7. Hi all, We are specialized in making custom brass leather stamps for fellow leather workers! We provide different versions of stamps that suits your branding preferences! Price starting from only $38 + shipping. (click on the links for details) Stamps Brass plates - for use with table top vice clamp or arbor press Stamps for hammering - the old school method Electric Branding Tools Heat embosser with temperature adjustment - easy and convenient for branding leather. It takes only seconds for a long lasting emboss! 500W heat embosser with temperature adjustment - Best for large stamp up to 3x3inch! 26 letters set with holder - we can custom make almost any font you like! It can be used by vice-clamp or with our heat embosser. Just send us your design and we can make your unique brass stamp to high precision by CNC machines. We are fast! A custom stamp can be made ready to ship in 3-5 days. We can even ship next working day for rush orders (additional cost applies). There is no limitation to size so please email me to discuss! calvin@lwleathers.com
  8. Not everyone has space for an arbor press or heat pressing machine. I'd like to share an instruction we send to our stamp owners for embossing a small stamp (ideally under 1.5 square inch e.g. 1.25x1.25 inch). It is actually very easy to emboss a long lasting and deep mark just with a c-clamp (or vice-clamp) you can get from any hardware store! Cheers, Calvin www.lwleathers.com Custom Stamps - Heat Embossing - Branding Tools instruction.pdf