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About rckt1rcn

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  • Location
    SE South Dakota
  • Interests
    Leather, 3D Printing, Creating Medieval/RenFaire costume pieces. Learning, Learning, and Learning!

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Still learning, feels like I am stuck on beginner.
  • Interested in learning about
    Anything anyone is willing to teach me.
  • How did you find leatherworker.net?
    Google search (I guess its not completely evil lol.)

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  1. I’ve been into 3D printing for awhile but haven’t even put that head on the SnapMaker yet. I’ve got a couple other ones I use. May try it this weekend. I’ve heard it can compete with the higher priced 3D printers out there.
  2. I just bought a SnapMaker 2.0 and have been trying to work through the learning curve on laser engraving leather. Any one else been working with the like?
  3. I started smoking a pipe almost a year ago now. Have been wanting to make myself a pouch a lot like yours. Very nice!
  4. I've recently taken up fly fishing and since I am also obssesed with leather, knew it wouldn't be long before they melded. Any one else into fly fishing? I would love if someone would share a pattern for a fly reel cover. Look forward to hearing from like minded brothers and sisters. I forgot to turn on the notification tab so I will try to check back regularly.
  5. I am relatively new to leather work and so far two of my biggest hang ups have been getting decent looking straight cuts and my laughable attempts at stitching. I have invested in an Al Stohlman half moon knife, some break off type hobby knives, and the roller type. I understand the equipment is only a part of the success and that’s what bothers me because I know its something I am doing wrong. I would greatly appreciate any advice I could get on this subject. My next issue is stitching. I use a groover and forks to get the holes but, once again, they always seem to come out crooked and look like a pre-school project. Once again I would love some advice. Thank you in advance and thank you for creating a community where people like my self can come to learn and be encouraged. Josh
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