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Here's a couple of sets of bolt bags. They wanted durable. They are 6/7 oz. Hermann Oak with the top trim out of some cheaper Tandy 3/4 oz. because it seems to stay a little stiffer after I wet it to fold over the top.  The skulls in both sets are embossed.  They are lined with Flame Retardant Kevlar material. 

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Those are very nice

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Those are really cool! Very nice job on them.

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Well, those just have "sturdy" written all over them!

Jeff

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Wow .. love those :)

I have probably the dumbest question ever but you noted that you embossed the logo.... what does that mean and how is that done?

I am new to all this fancy stuff:huh:

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 Thanks for the comments. Embossing is when you push the image out from the back. Then you build a plug that fits in the image so it doesn't collapse. The plugs in the brown set are made of 6/7 oz. with another 6/7 oz.  on top of that for the hardhat and the another little strip on top of that for the brim of the hardhat.

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6 hours ago, Tim Schroeder said:

 Thanks for the comments. Embossing is when you push the image out from the back. Then you build a plug that fits in the image so it doesn't collapse. The plugs in the brown set are made of 6/7 oz. with another 6/7 oz.  on top of that for the hardhat and the another little strip on top of that for the brim of the hardhat.

That is amazing .... You are very talented :rockon:

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Those are nice. I have an uncle wanting some pig ears. I got no where to start on that so I told him I’d have to pass 

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Very nice work !

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