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  1. Need help getting tools for Scouts

    I need help getting my gofundme campaign going. I am trying to raise money to purchase leather tools for Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. I posted a topic in this section a while back and got some very good donations of tools and supplies. But I need a lot more. the link is https://www.gofundme.com/cdwdkpzg I didn't know this, but gofundme requires you to upload your friends from Facebook. The problem is I don't use Facebook so I have no friends. Please take a look at it and if you are willing, send this link to as many leatherworkers and friends that may be interested in helping me. And ask them to please pass it along. A lot of people on this forum never get to this section so it is difficult to get in contact with them. With your help we can make this a successful campaign. Also if you wish to donate leather stamps and tools, please send to the address below. Thank you so much, Dale Prezgay 4800 Crimson Glory Lane Las Vegas, NV 89130
  2. Stamp makers

    I have been doing leather working for roughly a year now, and have had a few commissions, and I have a few in line now. I have already had my logo created by a professional artist, with the intent of having it made into a makers stamp. So far, my research is limited as I do not have hardly any access to the internet unless I am at the office. I tried Buckeye, and they have not responded back after some more details on what I want. I found a local shop that I visited this morning and the price he gave me (also while telling me they may not be able to get as much detail as I would like) a price that about gave me a heart attack.... $265. I am looking for a recommendation on a company to get my logo, which is my icon here...created. Appreciate any and all help.
  3. 3d stamp storage.

    I have a problem i need to solve asap. I am helping the local BSA with their leather program. Raising money and getting tool donations is going to be a big part of that. But the problem at hand is this. Storage of the 2d/3d leather stamps and alphabet sets. The boxes they have are severely worn and need to be replaced. Tandy discontinued the boxes they sold and currently have some plastic racks that will not work for our needs. Springfield Leather has a box that will work but it has an attached lid that makes it awkward when it is opened on the table, as it takes up twice the space. Since I am looking at a custom solution I have come up with one I think is pretty good. Our Council has multiple sets of tools that have to be kept separate. These are the programs they have: Cub Scout Day Camp - There are supposed to be 4 identical sets of tools that are loaned to the districts whenever they are doing a day camp. They handle up to 20 scouts at a time with multiple sessions throughout the day.These sets are also used for the Leatherwork Merit Badge events sponsored by the council with 20 scouts per class. Usually 2 classes in a day. BSA Scout Reach - There are supposed to be 4 identical sets of tools for use in this program for about 40 kids to use the tools at a time with 3 or 4 groups that use them that day. BSA Summer Camp - Last year our council had 2 summer camps running, one outside Las Vegas and one in Utah. So there are 2 sets of tools that are kept at their respective camps. So there are 10 sets of tools that need to be managed with 8 that are supposed to be mobile. I am thinking of building a front-opening box with trays, of 3/4" plywood,that can be removed and set on a table. The trays would be close enough that the tray above would act as a stop so the stamps wouldn't shift during transport. One of the designs I am considering is having a row of stamps and just below it a leather strip with the stamp impression and stamp number on it. This way I can easily see if anything is missing when the set gets turned in. The problem is that this takes up a little more than twice the space as the regular stamp box. But it will keep the stamps in order. This will apply to the alphabet sets as well. For my own stamps, I used to keep them in the boxes, stacked in a cabinet but every time I wanted a specific stamp or alphabet set it always seemed to be the bottom box I needed. Now I keep them in one of those flat file cabinets commonly known as blueprint, map or art cabinets. Actually I have 3 of them with a total of 15 drawers. Now all the alphabet and 3d stamps are spread out in a single layer. My alphabet sets take up 3 drawers. The 2d/3d stamps including the stamp sets (sports, native american, emojis, etc...) take up 4 and the rest are filled with leather tools and stuff. After I create the same custom trays like I describer above, my 3d stamps will probably use at least 6 drawers. I've seen them on offerup for as little as 90.00 each, so they are a bargain. But not great for mobility. Any other ideas out there? Dale
  4. Hi, Just wondered if anyone would be interested in Craftool Co. Sets 8136 - 1/2" Number Set (250g) 8135 - 3/4" Number Set (450g) 8134 1/4" Alphabet & Number Set (250g) 8130 1/2" Alphabet Set (500g) 8142 1/2" Wood Alphabet Set (500g) 8131 3/4" Alphabet Set (800g) 1" Zodiac Set (600g) 3/4" Celtic Alphabet Set (1kg) Not really sure on price if I'm honest, it seems to vary :/ I am in the UK, postage to the USA for example is £13 which is up to 2kg weight, that was just a quick look, might be cheaper elsewhere. I have weighed them and the figures are pretty much spot on, so a little room for packaging will need to be considered. I can add pictures if requested. Anyway let me know if anyone is interested and thanks for looking Janine
  5. I would like to invest in a couple of nice beveling stamps. I am looking for some recommendations. I've looked at Barry King's website and there are so many which is great but I don't know what the difference is between a few. I know I want a smooth beveler. I make dog collars and therefore work quite small. My go to Craftool bevelers is a B935 and B203. A few of my questions are 1) What is an undercut beveler? 2)What are your favorite brands, BK, ect? 3)Is there a way to figure out what angle the Craftool bevelers are so I can compare them mentally? Right now Im looking at either the BK line but am not sure about the regular, 15 degree or xx steep. Thanks in advance! Julie
  6. Type of stamp/tooled used

    Hello everyone, I am trying to find out where I can get a couple of stamps being used in these two pictures. The first picture I am wanting the circle stamps of different sizes. On the second picture I'd like to find a flower center like this one. Thank you!
  7. Type of stamp/tooled used

    Hello everyone, I am trying to find out where I can get a couple of stamps being used in these two pictures. The first picture I am wanting the circle stamps of different sizes. On the second picture I'd like to find a flower center like this one. Thank you!
  8. 33 Barry King Stamps FOR SALE 22 are brand new 11 are about a year old but in perfect condition I'm selling to get money together for Christmas presents that's the only reason they're going anywhere. About 15 Geometric About 10 Border About 8 Tooling (Seeders Bevelers Baclgrounders) Send me a message and I will give you my email and send pics thank you
  9. Hi guys thanks for checking my listing out! i have a great collection of hand tools that i have collected for my use but unfortunately do to my current health reasons i must sell them all, i can not do the leather work i truly love any more, there for everything is up for grabs. i always like the but the highest quality of tools and materials so here is the list, before you read any further you should know, it is a PACKAGE DEAL, i WILL NOT split anything up, because of my health reasons i simply do not have the will to do so. according to my estimation i have SPENT about $3800 for these tools and such but i am only asking $1525 including shipping anywhere in the USA, sorry no international shipping. i will only accept USPS money order or Paypal as a payment option. i have not posted on Ebay yet, i wanted to give the users of this forum the first chance because i love this forum and i surely learned alot of things here and met a lot of awesome people. please do not be shy to message me with any question you might have, thanks and take care. P.S. if you are willing to pick them up in person and pay me in cash, i will deduct the shipping expense (abviously) and i have a large mystery box of goodies for u. 31 BARRY KING stamps, seeders, bevelers... (anything you would want from Barry King, great and super quality tools) 33 Vintage Carftsman stamps, most are not made anymore 5 HideCraft stamps 3 Craftool Edge Bevelers 1 Craftool Adjustable Groover 1 Craftool Overstitchers 3 Craftool Pro Modeling Tools 1 all metal Craftool Pro Modeling Styles 1/4 Craftool Pro letter stamp set in a box Craftool Pro Model Skiving knife 1 Chuck Smith Swivel knife 1 Carfttool Swivel knife 1 Tanglefoot Swivel Knife 2 Swivel knife sharpening guides 1Tandy Leather Factory Al Stohlman Brand Poly Head Maul Medium 3 Pro edge cocobolo wooden drill burnishers 2 hand edge burnishers 1 Terry Knipschield leather knife (truly amazing knife) 1 instruction book 3 pattern books
  10. Hi guys thanks for checking my listing out! i have a great collection of hand tools that i have collected for my use but unfortunately do to my current health reasons i must sell them all, i can not do the leather work i truly love any more, there for everything is up for grabs. i always like the but the highest quality of tools and materials so here is the list, before you read any further you should know, it is a PACKAGE DEAL, i WILL NOT split anything up, because of my health reasons i simply do not have the will to do so. according to my estimation i have SPENT about $3800 for these tools and such but i am only asking $1525 including shipping anywhere in the USA, sorry no international shipping. i will only accept USPS money order or Paypal as a payment option. i have not posted on Ebay yet, i wanted to give the users of this forum the first chance because i love this forum and i surely learned alot of things here and met a lot of awesome people. please do not be shy to message me with any question you might have, thanks and take care. P.S. if you are willing to pick them up in person and pay me in cash, i will deduct the shipping expense (abviously) and i have a large mystery box of goodies for u. 31 BARRY KING stamps, seeders, bevelers... (anything you would want from Barry King, great and super quality tools) 33 Vintage Carftsman stamps, most are not made anymore 5 HideCraft stamps 3 Craftool Edge Bevelers 1 Craftool Adjustable Groover 1 Craftool Overstitchers 3 Craftool Pro Modeling Tools 1 all metal Craftool Pro Modeling Styles 1/4 Craftool Pro letter stamp set in a box Craftool Pro Model Skiving knife 1 Chuck Smith Swivel knife 1 Carfttool Swivel knife 1 Tanglefoot Swivel Knife 2 Swivel knife sharpening guides 1Tandy Leather Factory Al Stohlman Brand Poly Head Maul Medium 3 Pro edge cocobolo wooden drill burnishers 2 hand edge burnishers 1 Terry Knipschield leather knife (truly amazing knife) 1 instruction book 3 pattern books
  11. leather stamping tools History/research

    Hello, doing a little research about stamping tools. i have most infornation on Craftools i need. if anyone knows a website, please give me link about anything craftools ? does anyone know who owns US STAMPS. they are cheaply made stamps. when did they start making them, where. and are they still making them ?? HideCrafter was owned by George Hurst, but was bought out by HideCo, LLC in 8/22/07. how long was Hide crafter in business ?? anyone got any dates ?? thank you John
  12. Hello, I am looking to buy any CRAFTOOL CO Leather tooling stamps, with no letter prefix. one to three numbers. pre-63' OR any RBS stamps Please contact me on Facebook or Etsy, under Lake Havasu Leather. (I dont check this site to much). Thank you very much John
  13. Greetings fellow leather workers For many years during my journey with leather working I have always been a huge fan of embossing. I was never very good at beveling therefore I always focused more on embossing anything i could find - bottle cap, coin, brooch, literally anything that could create something unique. Well as you can imagine this was a huge limitation for my products and for my creativity, having only what was available on the market plus all these random things didn't give me much of freedom. After a whole year of searching for a good reliable, durable and price reasonable solution + many failed tests I managed to find one which I would like to share with you today. My goal form the beginning was to find a solution that would be affordable so People can finally create their own stamps or even whole collections without spending tons of money on it. My online store has been only recently put online so please bare with me and my limited offer but I assure you that the offer will grow. Every week I try to add new designs. Custom requests are available all the time. since I am based in Europe I also tried to find a reasonable shipping solution to US and here how it looks: regular airmail: ~5$ Courier:~15$ WWW: stamps-for-leather.com FB: Facebook page Please share with me your suggestions, and feel free to comment Best regards Inth few samples:
  14. 3/4 rodeo alphabet

    Hi I am looking for the 3/4 rodeo alphabet stamp set. If anyone has it and interested in selling or know where I can find it please let me know appreciate all and any help. Thanks Alex laddercoleather@yahoo.com
  15. So getting rid of a few craft tool stamps. There are about 4 or so that arent craft tool, no idea who made them. I included the stamping and numbers if ya can read it. May have to right click and open image in its own window so you can zoom in. They are all in good shape, come from various time era's. Lots are from about 7 years ago, some I got from places other then tandy so hard to tell age. Some have the black label, one or two say stainless as well, rest are just stamped. 52 stamps all together. $120 plus $8 shipping to US states (priority flat rate box). If your in canada or somewhere else we can discuss shipping but I have no clue if that throws it way up or something. Sold as a group, dont want to split them up. Oh and there are gonna be a few extra free B's that I have filed on or forgot to include when I was taking the original photos so. Odd cant seem to attach photos like usual.
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    My new stamps.
  17. Im looking to Buy some Barry King stamps or hand tools, edgers awls and such. i have cash in my PAYPAL ready to go, if you would like to part with them just let me know. thanks!
  18. I have a laser engraver and i want to make ink type stamps for rubber to imprint images onto the leather. I know that regular dye would be to thin, is there a way to thicken it up a little to help say on the stamp? Are there any other ink/dyes that are made for stamping onto leather? do any one have experience with ink type stamps and leather
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  20. ABOUT ME: Hi there! I am searching for someone who might need a great INDUSTRIAL sewing machine Check this out please and see if it could be of any use... I was going to create leather belts and gun holsters in Texas, but I changed my mind once I returned to Alabama...I am an aerialist and I would like to sell my machine to invest in my dream...If you're not interested PLEASE share with someone you think may be interested. The Lord works in mysterious ways, #GodBless ABOUT THE MACHINE: The Techsew 5100 Special Edition is the ultimate sewing machine designed for a wide range of leather work projects. Light range leather work: Purses, handbags, pouches, wallets, notebook covers, vests Medium range leather work: Belts, knife sheaths, scabbards, quivers, horse blankets Heavy range leather work: Saddles, gun holsters, knife sheaths, harnesses, horse tack Additionally it is also great for non-leather work applications such as tie down straps, boat/car covers, orthopaedics, thick paper binding, parachute harnesses, tarps, vinyl, canvas, synthetics, heavy webbing and more. What makes the Techsew 5100 Special Edition so special? Techsew SmartServo-NP Needle Position Motor The Techsew SmartServo-NP is an automatic needle positioning motor which saves you tons of time and effort while sewing. This powerful and versatile motor will automatically lift the needle at the end of a seam, or automatically leave it in the bottom position. This will eliminate the need to constantly turn your handwheel to position your needle. At 1HP and 800W, The SmartServo-NP will help your machine power through thick leather at any of the 16 adjustable speed settings. Additionally, a speed reducer is used in combination with the SmartServo-NP motor for added power and speed control. This system is ideal for beginner, intermediate and expert sewers as well. ALL EXCLUSIVE TO THE TECHSEW 5100 SPECIAL EDITION! Features: Triple Feed - Walking Foot (needle feed + alternating presser feet + bottom feed) 1" Presser foot clearance Sews from 6oz all the way up to 7/8" thick 16.5" Cylinder bed Equipped with Techsew SmartServo-NP motor and speed reducer to sew at slow & controlled speeds - great for novice, intermediate and professional sewers Reverse stitch - for reinforcing stitches 12 inch heavy duty flywheel Reinforced steel pedestal style table with adjustable height (sew standing up or sitting down) Includes: Complete table with casters, SmartServo-NP motor, speed reducer,TS-28 LED lamp, TS-5 LED stitch light, TLG laser guide, swing down roller guide, flatbed table attachment, 3 pkgs of Organ diamond point needles,8 bobbins, thread lube pot, left toe foot, double toe foot, center foot, smooth blanket foot set, 1 lb. (16oz) cone of thread, oiler, instruction manual, repair tools, thread clipper. Stitch length adjustment up to 11mm (7/16") Uses thread sizes 69 to 415 Uses needle sizes 18 to 27 FREE setup & instructional DVD included! Includes Limited Lifetime Warranty and FREE technical support for the life of your machine Machine comes pre-threaded, oiled, adjusted and READY TO SEW Specifications: Needle sizes: 18 to 27 Thread sizes: 69 to 415 Presser foot clearance: 1" Sewing capacity: 6oz to 7/8" thick Cylinder bed length: 16.5" Maximum stitch length: 11mm Techsew SmartServo-NP motor: 800W, 1HP, 110V, 300 to 1800RPM, 16 speed settings with bright LED display, completely silent when idle and reduced noise during operation. The most POWERFUL servo motor in the industry.
  21. stamps and swivel knives

    We manufacture unusually stamps and indivudualomu hinged blades for special order. You can choose any stamps and knifes we will make them during 3-4 days
  22. stamps and swivel knives

    We manufacture unusually stamps and indivudualomu hinged blades for special order. You can choose any stamps and knifes we will make them during 3-4 days
  23. We manufacture unusually stamps and indivudualomu hinged blades for special order. You can choose any stamps and knifes we will make them during 3-4 days
  24. We produce on request indivudualomu hinged blades. The price of a knife 190- $ 250 depending on the complexity of the order. Shipping costs $ 10-15