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  1. Handling a heated stamp

    Hello all, I use a heating iron to heat my custom stamps, then transfer the stamp to my piece of leather and finally use my 1 ton arbor press to get a good impression on my leather. I have been using an oven mitt to transfer the stamp from the heating iron to the piece of leather. It's a bit uncomfortable but it worked alright. Well now the heat from the stamp has burned a hole in the mitt. Any suggestions on gloves I can use to handle the stamp? Also, would a heat gun work well for heating my stamps? Thanks!
  2. South Coast Tools

    I am looking for contact information for "South Coast" tool maker (see attached pics), I think they are out of Taiwan. With these two tools you can produce a basket stamp weave pattern by beveling the swivel knife cut pattern. Thank you for your assistance.
  3. Like many others I have seen videos by Ian and Nigel about high quality professional stamps made from brass. I was wondering if anyone here has experience of the lower cost options from a forum sponsor or the various other ones available from the internet. Ideally I would like to start with a smaller set and expand this in the future if required. I have an arbour press and plan to use it hot and cold. Thanks Michael
  4. Custom made leather stamp

    This is my first post on this site, so here it is. I made some leather stamps today i am willing to do some trading, I can make a stamp for some leather ,or tools
  5. I couldn't find any information on this anywhere. For those who make things with at least a bit of the flesh side visible, has anyone ever tried stamping their logo onto the flesh side with ink, rather than using an actual 3d stamp on the grain side? I thought it could look pretty cool. If you used archival ink I would think it wouldn't fade or discolor. Any thoughts?
  6. 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?
  7. Laser cut acrylic stamp

    I have recently deiscovered that there is a club who provide access to a laser cuter and CNC machine right down the street from me. I'm in the need of making my own makers mark stamp and was wondering do you think an acrylic stamp laser cut would handle the pressure of being pressed into leather?
  8. Military patch

    From the album Custom stamps & maker's marks

    3x2,5cm Military patch Link to the stamp
  9. I am selling a set of four University of Georgia Bulldogs stamps as pictured. The stamps were part of a large lot of tools that I purchased over the summer and being a Florida boy, I don't really see myself ever using them. Included are the four stamps on 4.5 inch handles. Mascot head Left side torso Right side torso "GO DAWGS" Asking $100, shipping included.
  10. Hello, friends. My name is Sergey Neskromny I am engaged in leather goods for more than 10 years. I've done work for various famous people. Now I am engaged in manufacturing stamps and swivel knife. I present to you some of my work. Every day I come up with new designs. If you are interested in my work, please contact e-mail address and I'll send you a complete catalog. Or write to me on snleatherbg@gmail.com (In a letter to indicate that you are a site leatherworker.net)
  11. I am a newby at best, i wanted some leather working tools so i went out and got some. i will not need near what i have gotten so about 1/2 to 3/4 is going to be sold.. This is a list of some of the items 500+ smaller stamps, 20 boxs of full set of letters different sizes and styles, 80 to 100 1" 3d stamps, punch sets, knife sets , cutters, 20+ granite or marble working blocks 15 sets of the 20 stamps , hammer and cutter in the pic. plus a lot more. As i am brand new to this i truly do not know all that i have . I have looked up what i could and see i want to keep about a 1/3 of it but will sell the rest. If any one has an interest let be know and i will take better pics and forward it to you. i will sell it 1 pc to all i do not want. My email is moores@tdi.net
  12. I am looking to upgrade some tools so my lot of stamps has to go. Below is a list one average pricing I have found and am looking to sell all together as one. Buyer will pay shipping and paypal is preferred. Looking for a reasonable offer for the lot or will barter for some BK tools. Please Pm me. $450-500 8303 Bass Jump Left $25 25.00 8362 Bass Jump Right $25 25.00 8407 Bunny $20 20.00 8343 Cougar $20 20.00 8341 10 pt Buck $10 10.00 8325 Tree $13 13.00 8307 Bulging Elk $20 20.00 8302 Moose $20 20.00 8327 Tree of Life $13 13.00 8328 Clouds $13 13.00 8315 Steer $11 11.00 8383 Buffalo $15 15.00 8412 Teddy Bear $24 24.00 8311 Wild Horse $13 13.00 8375 Leather Work Guild $30 30.00 8346 Tom Turkey $20 20.00 8368 Cougar Left $10 10.00 8321 Desert Mountain $20 20.00 8335 Butterfly $8 8.00 8374 Medical $50 50.00 8382 Owl on Branch $15 15.00 8345 Trout $10 10.00 8323 Catails $15 15.00 8305 Racoon $15 15.00 8309 Jumping Deer $12 12.00 8313 Tool Mountain Man $12 12.00 8354 Flag $8 8.00 8349 Big Horn $17 17.00 8306 Flying Duck $17 17.00 8409 Farm Chickens $15 15.00 8396 Beaver $unlisted as of now 8373 Fire Dept $50 50.00 8371 Masonic Shriner $50 50.00 8405 Steer $25 25.00 8326 Mountains and Clouds $10 10.00 8316 Mare and Colt $10 10.00 8329 Pine Trees $15 15.00 8324 Mountain and Trees $6 6.00 8322 Cactus $12 12.00 8318 Shield Eagle $12 12.00 8369 Flying Eagle $10 10.00 8365 Flying Duck $17 17.00 8361 Eagle Looking Left $10 10.00 8318 Rattlesnake $7 7.00 Cub Scout Style 2 $35 35.00 8308 Pheasant $15 15.00 8337 Rainbow Clouds $10 10.00 8332 Love Heart $10 10.00 8314 Horse and Rider $15 15.00 8366 Deer Jump Left $15 15.00 8367 Bear $19 19.00 8413 Teddy Bear $20 20.00 8344 Eagle Looking Right $10 10.00 8301 Eagle Flying Right $10 10.00 8338 Cross $13 13.00 8347 2 Ducks $20 20.00 8304 Walking Bear $10 10.00 8351 USA Eagle $15 15.00 8334 Unicorn $15 15.00 Prices averaged out $982.00
  13. Hot foil machines

    Alright, I'm overwhelmed by hot foiling machines, and seeking advice. I'm in the market for a hot foil machine, we've been using an arbor press, and I'm ready to add foil to our customization options, but don't know the best direction to go. I have about $700 to spend on one and am just confused. I want to be able to mount my brass tamps on the press without using the tape that I've seen people write about. Does anyone have any experience with the Kingsley presses? Would I be able to do that on this one? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Kingsley-hot-foil-stamping-machine-model-M-50-type-and-type-holders-/282085520442 Just looking for some guidance before pulling the trigger.
  14. Patch Stamp

    I wanted to try working on a stamp that could be used to make patches. This was my first attempt, and for the most part I'm pretty pleased with the results. At the moment I'm a bit limited on the size of design I can do because of the material that I'm using. Chris
  15. Mohawk Skull Stamp

    Made this one tonight. Not if I like this one as much as some of the others that I've done. It's 1.5" high. Chris
  16. Poker skull

    Just finished this one up a few minutes ago. 1.5" tall Chris
  17. Cowboy Skull Stamp

    Here's a stamp I made today. I found the image online and thought it would make a cool leather stamp. Took about an hour to make start to finish and it's about 1 1/2" square. Chris
  18. I am looking to upgrade some tools so my lot of stamps has to go. Below is a list one average pricing I have found and am looking to sell all together as one. Buyer will pay shipping and paypal is preferred. Looking for a reasonable offer for the lot or will barter for some BK tools. Please Pm me. Looking to get a Barry King Large Kit. $450-500 8303 Bass Jump Left $25 25.00 8362 Bass Jump Right $25 25.00 8407 Bunny $20 20.00 8343 Cougar $20 20.00 8341 10 pt Buck $10 10.00 8325 Tree $13 13.00 8307 Bulging Elk $20 20.00 8302 Moose $20 20.00 8327 Tree of Life $13 13.00 8328 Clouds $13 13.00 8315 Steer $11 11.00 8383 Buffalo $15 15.00 8412 Teddy Bear $24 24.00 8311 Wild Horse $13 13.00 8375 Leather Work Guild $30 30.00 8346 Tom Turkey $20 20.00 8368 Cougar Left $10 10.00 8321 Desert Mountain $20 20.00 8335 Butterfly $8 8.00 8374 Medical $50 50.00 8382 Owl on Branch $15 15.00 8345 Trout $10 10.00 8323 Catails $15 15.00 8305 Racoon $15 15.00 8309 Jumping Deer $12 12.00 8313 Tool Mountain Man $12 12.00 8354 Flag $8 8.00 8349 Big Horn $17 17.00 8306 Flying Duck $17 17.00 8409 Farm Chickens $15 15.00 8396 Beaver $unlisted as of now 8373 Fire Dept $50 50.00 8371 Masonic Shriner $50 50.00 8405 Steer $25 25.00 8326 Mountains and Clouds $10 10.00 8316 Mare and Colt $10 10.00 8329 Pine Trees $15 15.00 8324 Mountain and Trees $6 6.00 8322 Cactus $12 12.00 8318 Shield Eagle $12 12.00 8369 Flying Eagle $10 10.00 8365 Flying Duck $17 17.00 8361 Eagle Looking Left $10 10.00 8318 Rattlesnake $7 7.00 Cub Scout Style 2 $35 35.00 8308 Pheasant $15 15.00 8337 Rainbow Clouds $10 10.00 8332 Love Heart $10 10.00 8314 Horse and Rider $15 15.00 8366 Deer Jump Left $15 15.00 8367 Bear $19 19.00 8413 Teddy Bear $20 20.00 8344 Eagle Looking Right $10 10.00 8301 Eagle Flying Right $10 10.00 8338 Cross $13 13.00 8347 2 Ducks $20 20.00 8304 Walking Bear $10 10.00 8351 USA Eagle $15 15.00 8334 Unicorn $15 15.00 Prices averaged out $982.00
  19. Stamp Press Machine

    I am in the market for a user-friendly stamp press machine to use on small leather accessories such as a leather credit card case. The machine will be used to emboss a logo on the leather. Not sure if I should go with heat or non? I am very particular about quality. I will not be using foil, but may want the option down the road. I have spoken to vendors and the recommendations I am getting are the following: green machine, model 25, and 55. Any feedback regarding model and vendor recommendations would be great. Thanks.
  20. Hello all. I was wondering if anyone knew where to find the stamp shown in this picture. It looks like a geometric/weave, but I've been unable to find it. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  21. Police Badge Vector Drawing

    Not sure where to post this so I'll try here. I am trying to find a high resolution vector drawing of a police badge so I can have a stamp made. I attached a photo of the badge that I would like or one similar. Anyone have any idea where I can find one? Thanks
  22. I made this stamp a while ago with the intention to sell it on Ebay, but I think due to Ebay's new selling restrictions on rebel flags, and other confederate items, I'm sure it will be taken down. If anyone on here is interested, I will sell it for $15.. that includes first class USPS shipping.. I accept paypal... private message me if your interested.. The stamp image is 1.75" wide X 1.05" tall.. Ron R.
  23. Hello! I`m glad to welcom you! I want to tell you about our factory. We manufacture stamps for leather carving and design. All designs of stams are unique. All stamps we manufactured in our factory by engraving machine. Stamps made of brass. All stamps have crisp prints. For order and questions please write a private message. Prise: Stamp # 1,2,3,8 - 20$ Stamps # 4,5,6,7 - 15$ Contacts: snleatherbg@gmail.com Fee Shipping in any country.
  24. Wood Stamps

    Has anyone ever tried to make a stamp tool out of wood? If so was it successful? I would love to have a makers mark but it will be an extremely long time before I can make one. Any thoughts?
  25. Hey Folks, I have started creating a template for quick & easy mockups of ideas, and just added a few stamps at random. I'll have to inventory & add the ones I have, but in the meantime I have made the template public. Anyone can view, but you'll need to have a gmail account so you can copy into your account & edit. https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1to5e_FX7RnWwzFGXz6jGsBmVG56h90aIFTvhzOTnzTg/edit?usp=sharing The really convenient thing about google draw is that if you want to keep making copies, you just hold down control while you drag the stamp, and just drag it to where you want it to go. Along the way it will show where it alligns with the centers & edges of other objects in the drawing. What you see in the template now only took a minute or two or clicking around. I'm willing to entertain requests for stamps to add to the template if you give a link to the stamp you want, but no promise on my turnaround time. For anyone interested in adding stamps on their own copies, I've been creating these from vendor images by using the program Gimp, which is similar to photoshop but free. In Gimp, I add a transparent alpha channel, select the stamp area I want to keep with a 5 pixel "feathered" edge, invert the selection, and cut out the excess. Some refining is necessary on stamps that aren't a perfect square, rectangle, or cirlcle. I then crop to the stamp area I wish to keep, export to .png format, and add to the template. For simple stamps, it only takes about a minute. For the 3d stamp in the template, it took maybe 3 or 4 minutes. For carving, I haven't tried this yet, but I figure line art created in the template might work a bit, or uploads of drawing, I don't think those would work as well as the stamps do since the stamps are actual images of stamped leather. Here's the link, fope it proves useful!