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  1. gl2t1a

    Clicker Dies

    From my shop that closed in 2015. Good sharp Weaver-made clicker dies. Billets shown with ruler for size. The regular and crossdraw holsters are Meanea patterns and make the final product pictured. The holster dies are for 7 1/2" Colts and clones and the pattern can be shortened to fit shorter guns. Pictures are of 7 1/2" and 5 1/2" holsters Sorry I didn't have better images. Prefer to sell as a lot for total $450. PM me for additional info. Shipping at cost.
  2. Selling a turn-key leather goods business (www.gifthighland.com) with over $2.2M in sales since 2012. Second kid, two companies and classic cars take precedence at this time. Wanted to store equipment with the hopes of starting up again in the future, but doesn't make sense at the moment with my growing family. Located in design district of Dallas, TX. Asking $95,000 includes everything below: Leather Equipment Fortuna 12' Band Knife Splitter w/ new blade Atom 20 ton Clicker Consew 206RB Sewing Machine Techsew 2700 Sewing Machine Brother Walking Foot Sewing Machine Cowboy CB4500 Cylinder Arm (all black model ) Cobra NP4 Skiver Cobra NP10 Double Feed Skiver Rossley Pneumatic Edge Folder Kwickprint Debossing Model 86 Kwickprint Debossing Model 64 (pneumatic setup, foot pedal activated, mounted on cast iron stand) Gluefast 20" Colonel Glue Up Machine RC50 Edge Painter Hand Press Rivet/Button Setter (x2) Heritage Foot Press Weaver Power Edge Sander/Slicker Misc Steel Clicker Dies (105 dies - wallets, key chains, mouse pads, coasters, portfolios, etc) Font Sets (x4) Company Logo Dies (200+...Nike, Adidas, JP Morgan, Gulfstream, etc) Speedtron 2403cx photography setup (all lights, controller unit and all cables in perfect working order) misc tools, needles, threads, heat stamping foils, cutting boards, snaps, buttons, etc Misc Shop Equipment Uline Plastic Bag Sealers (x2 - 12" and 8") 10'h x 8'w x 4'd Metal Warehouse Storage Racks (x8 Units) Small Metal Warehouse Racks (x3 units) Rolling Metal Storage Rack for shipping boxes Rolling Kitchen Rack w/ 12 trays Rolling Stainless Cart Air Compressor Quiet 5500LB Pallet Jack Packing Paper Roll Cutter 4'x8' Wooden Work Tables (x3) Misc plastic uline storage bins for tools, snaps, conchos, etc Customer List - I will provide historical sales data and all contact phone numbers, emails, company names, etc. (sample of customer list - MGM Properties, Gulfstream, New York Jets, JP Morgan, Montage Properties) Website & Product Photography - www.gifthighland.com , all hi-res product images (hundreds), latest product catalog in Ai format Leather and Misc Inventory- Approximately $5k worth of leather sides (Sepici, Horween, Hide House) and $20k of excess inventory from old orders including check book presenters, key chains, portfolios, tote bags, golf club head covers, briefcases, etc. I am including this inventory at no cost since some items have corporate branding. Consider it as free marketing materials. Manufacturing Partners- I will also introduce you to my manufacturing groups in Hong Kong and Los Angeles, perfect for large orders, custom products and anything you cannot make in-house.
  3. Hello everyone! I’m new to the forum. I started my leathercraft journey earlier this year. My business has been taking off and I’m now in the market for a clicker press. I’d like to find a nice used one that’s not to expensive. ~ $400 - $800 range depending on the press, including shipping costs. I’m hoping there’s someone out there that has upgraded to something larger, power, or even laser and doesn’t need their 4 ton or smaller manual clicker press anymore. It will really help my small business production wise. Looking forward to seeing what you guys have. God Bless, Anthony.
  4. I have a Tippmann 1500 Clicker press with table and a Husky 20 Gal. 175 PSI air compressor for sale. I am moving to a smaller place and sadly the Tippmann won't be able to come with me. I'm asking for $2000.00 for everything.
  5. Hi folks! I’m new to the forum, I hope this is the right place to post this. I’m considering purchasing a Hytronic cutting press that came up for sale for a good price (I think?) but I really don’t know anything about them so I don’t know what I’m getting myself into. Google search isn’t giving me much info about the press, I’m wondering if the person selling it didn’t give me the whole model number, or if there just isn’t any info online about these things. It’s in the seller’s storage so I can’t test it out first, but I want it to cut 5oz chromexel pieces with the largest die measuring 12” x 6.” My understanding is that the machine is a 220v power, not air compressor. Any info or familiarity you might have with this machine is appreciated. Thank you!
  6. These two dies are for armbands, which retail at $30 each. Asking $50 per die.
  7. Location: Los Angeles, CA 90057 I have a Master Tools Mighty Wonder 4 Ton Hand-Operated Clicker that is in near perfect condition for sale. The only part in need of replacing is the hard plastic where your leather sits. It currently is usable, just not in mint condition. This machine costs 1,450.00 brand new so this is a great deal. Nothing wrong with the machine, just don't need it anymore. $1,000 price is non-negotiable and this is local pickup only. Thanks! Here is the link to the original product site: http://www.weaverleathersupply.com/catalog/item-detail/25365/001/53
  8. Strong, reliable workhorse 20 ton hydraulic click press for sale. This machine has been in almost daily use in our shop, has been regularly professionally serviced, and is in great shape. The only trouble it's given us has been the occasional relay switch wearing out. Asking $5000 CDN If you're interested, or have questions about the machine, please shoot me a message. Thanks. Specs as follows: 220 v / 3 phase Bed 20" x 40" Head 24" x 18" Overall Depth - 34" Overall Width - 40" Overall Height - 66" Weight 2000 lbs Located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  9. I was in the market for a steel rule die and searched online -- preferably for a local shop in NJ. After contacting 3 companies for quotes, 2 responded and one had the better price. I sent out my emails in the evening and by next morning, Eric from http://ruleonedies.com was the first to respond. He quoted me a good price, paid via paypal and was surprised to get an email the next day that it was shipped out. So, it took just 2 days from emailing a design to receiving my finished die. That's some insanely fast turn-around time. I ordered the steel rule in a clear base. I printed my Adobe Illustrator file onto paper and clicked over it with the die -- exact match! The die is sharp but I need two passes on my Weaver Might Wonder press to get the full knock-out due to the size. So, in summary: http://ruleonedies.com - good communication - good prices - very fast turn-around time
  10. Weaver Mighty Wonder 4 Ton Clicker Press for Sale: Comes with extra clicking pads. Can use 3/4" or 1 1/4" dies. It's in great shape. Located in Austin TX, Prefer local pickup but I can look into shipping options. Asking $1000 obo You can reach me at 512-850-8564, call or text.
  11. I have a Tippmann Clicker 1500 Die Cutting Machine on a rolling table for sale. I am moving to a smaller location and have to down size. I am asking $2500 OBO. If interested I can send pictures and details.
  12. Hello! We are a small leather goods manufacturer and we are consolidating our machine inventory! We have several industrial machines available. All machines are in used, working condition and are sold as-is. They have all been in use in a production facility most recently in December 2018. Please DM me if you would like more information in regard to pricing and photos. Please make an offer! If you are in the Twin Cities area, we would be happy to coordinate a showing for you. Please arrange your own pick up/delivery/shipping - we have a loading dock for convenience. Cash only. We have the following machines for sale: Leather Machinery Fortuna 3443 Band Knife Splitter United-Carr M 235 Kickpress Judson L. Thomson 21. 2776 Kickpress Prym Press Pneumatic Snap Setter Schaefer TC 15 Topside Cementer Franklin Imprinting Machines A11593041 Hot Stamper Kwik Print 425 Hot Stamper Central Machine 37151 Metal Cutting Band Saw (x2) WSK PP-34F Pneumatic Embossing Machine (x2) USM Emhart Clicker Model B Brute Eastman Class 627 Table Knife Royersford Excelsior No. 10 Kickpress United-Carr M235 Kickpress Sewing Machinery (x3) Adler 267 Walking Foot - $900 Consew 206RB Walking Foot - $700 Consew 227R Walking Foot Cylinder Arm - $1,400 (x2) Juki LU-563 Walking Foot - $900 Juki DLN-415-4 Needle Feed, 220V - $750 (x5) Seiko STH-8BLD-3 Walking Foot - $900 (x2) Seiko LSWN-8BL-3 Walking Foot - $1,100 Seiko LSWN-8BL-3 Walking Foot, HEAD ONLY - $700 Singer 111W151 Needle Feed - $500 NEW - Typical GC2263V Walking Foot Cylinder Arm - $2,000 Thank you for your interest!
  13. Bata clicker press and dies for sale. Over 50 dies for saddle and tack, holsters etc.
  14. When one of my hobbies demand a tool my other hobby skills come to the rescue. Starting out in leatherwork I may not have the money to have fancy equipment but I do have the means to build what I need. Maybe someday I may get into selling more leather creations but for now, I am just preparing in case I do get serious in the future by having fun building cool things now. The die bender is very simple and works well. Using Autodesk Inventor software I worked out a functioning model to build into a tables surface and a handle to push downward to counterforce any table movement that it may cause. I already have an idea to make a different version that will be able to change out the bending points (whatever they are called) and stay out of the way of the bending steel rule on itself by making most of the mechanism under the surface of the table like a few commercial designs out there. The manual clicker press (pictured below) I made after a mini hydraulic press I saw online. Made some improvements by welding the joints solid instead of nuts and bolts (nobody ever takes them apart) for better rigidity and with tighter tolerances on the sliding parts so the press works smooth and solid. Still, need a few tweaking on both machines but overall they were a success for my needs. I would not recommend anyone asking me to make one for them because you can purchase the same class of tools in the open market for the same cost of what I would charge to make plus, the shipping cost. That said, in material cost, the press was estimated 40$-50$ and the die bender was built from scrap I had laying around. I am always open to suggestions and ideas for DIY projects like this that starving artisans like myself can benefit.
  15. Sewing equipment and material available for sale, suitable for leather, shoe and bag production. Majority of machines run on 220V 3Phase clutch motors, some on 110V clutch motors. Some 220V motors can be replaced with 110V without eliminating machines full features. Location: Wauconda, Illinois, USA. Loading dock, forklift available. MACHINES CAN BE PICKED UP OR SHIPPED AT A SEPARATE CHARGE CALCULATED PER SHIPPING ADDRESS plus $75.00 crating charge.Reason for sale: semi-retirement from contract sewing manufacturingMACHINES FOR SALEsingle needle JUKI DDL 555-5, DURKOPP 277, MITSUBISHI 190, 180 cca $300.00-400.00bartackers JUKI, SINGER, cca $250-425.00double needle SINGERS various needle spacing 212, cca $375.00-500.00 (1/4," 3/8," 5/16." 3/4," 1,"1.5" with or without pullers)walking foot SINGER 211G155, cca $675.00cylinder CONSEW 227, cca $800.00high post single needle PFAFF, cca $1,100.00high post double needle SINGER, cca $875.00felling UNION SPECIAL 3500, cca $2,900.00hot gluing machine USM, cca $500.00single head creaser AUTOMATED COMPONENTS, cca $850.0012 needle waist elastic machine KASAI, cca $1,200.00die punching machine WESTERN, cca $575.00swing arm clicker USM, cca $2,900.00; PURITANs, cca $950.00; fusing machines KING, antique outsole stitcher BO, and MUCH more MATERIAL FOR SALE:fire retardant Nomex tan thread, military spec garment Nomex tan tape zippers various length,plastic or metal hardware,thread Spun Poly 35thread Nylon Bonded 45, 69foam,fabrics and much morePlease, contact for an appointment or receive pictures of individual machines: magmile at magmilebrand dot com. Late afternoons or weekends OK. OFFERS WELCOME, QTY DISCOUNT.
  16. Has anyone used this clicker for bullhide? I plan to use it with dies that are about 8” x 8” Also wondering about cutting footbeds out of 9/10 oz veg tan Any advice? Recommendations?
  17. Has anyone ever modified a manual turret punch to be used as a clicker for leather, rather than punching holes in steel? I can get a working turret punch cheap locally and was just wondering if anyone’s done this before? Pic attached
  18. Very lightly used Weaver Master Tools 8 ton clicker. I used to run a really small scale leather business and purchased this early 2016 directly from Weaver. I had my son a couple of months after that and never ended up opening shop again so it has barely been used. It's in great condition, one side of the cutting board is completely new and the other has light use. Inspected and tested recently to make sure it still works like new. I have the original paper manual and the stickers that came with it. It is attached to a stand and there is a shelf for storage underneath. The clicker head measures 12" x 15" and the cutting surface is 12" x 24" so it handles pretty large dies. It's heavy duty and cuts with ease. Adjustment knob for 3/4" - 1 1/4" dies. Fits in 24"x 32" of floor space and holes in legs for bolting down. Weighs approx 370 lbs Weaver Master tools product page: http://www.weaverleathersupply.com/catalog/item-detail/37758/001/156 $2500 local pickup. I'm in Southern California (north orange county). Please DM or reply here with any questions or if interested.
  19. Here is my newly built clicker press for under $175. All of the sales and certain matching coupons I have for harbor freight matched up this last full moon. The press for $100 and the air/hydro for $72. Score.
  20. Hello all, There are a few good threads on here discussing the best way in which to run three phase machines on 220 single phase power. While there does seem to be some difference in opinion regarding RPC vs VFD's, I cant find a consensus on how to actually match the motors. I just picked up a 25 ton Herman Schwabe clicker running a 3 HP motor. Some folks seem to think it's best to match it with a RPC with a larger motor, like a 5hp, while others say a 3HP RPC is adequate. There's a pretty significant price difference between a 3HP and 5HP converter so I just wanted to see if any of you had a reason why one would be preferable to the other. Will I have significant power loss on a 3HP converter? Any risk of burning out the motor? I plan on using a Phase-a-Matic RPC if that helps. Many thanks for all of your advice.
  21. Let's try that again, minus all the droning. Maybe even have the "for sale" section feature...you know .. stuff that's for sale? B - Makes small CURVED BACK holster. Originally designed P938 Sig, can make holsters of similar size by using appropriate stitch lines. PATTERNS for various guns not included -- that would cost more than the steel! C -- Makes back panel and REINF panel for CURVED BACK 1911 5" and 5" Operator. Accomodate Commander easily with bottom trim, and easily adapted to other pistols of similar size. More to come ... PM if interested, maybe the thread stays cleaner that way.
  22. NYC company is selling an almost new Master Tools 8 Ton Clicker. Approx. 1 year old. It's their newest version, with a welded top. Selling with cutting board -- one side completely new, the other side has some cuts into the board. It can handle fairly large dies for cutting and embossing. They used it to cut 10oz leather. Can be shipped on a pallet from Brooklyn New York. If you'd like to estimate shipping cost, the machine on a pallet is about 370lb. Here's the link from Weaver Master Tools: http://www.weaverleathersupply.com/catalog/item-detail/37758/001/156 $2500 + shipping DM with details and where it would ship to purchase. Please serious inquiry, ready to buy, only. Thank you!
  23. I have a four ton clicker for sale. It is two years old and in next to new condition (see photos). When I bought it I wasn't sure it would do what I needed, but it has turned out to be very useful in my business. I use it for both clicking out leather and neoprene, and also embossing veg tan. Its worked out so well that I have purchased the larger 8 ton unit, mainly because the bed is quite a bit larger and I'll be able to do even more with it. Weaver sells these new for $1450. I"m asking $950 for mine. Local pick up only in Grass Valley, northern California. You can read more about this tool on Weaver's website http://www.weaverleathersupply.com/catalog/item-detail/25365/001/264
  24. Has anybody seen Tandy's new clicker press? When I first heard it was coming and going for around $950 with business pricing, I was really excited. But after going out to see it last week, I'm really disappointed. I figured they just put their name on something that was already being made and we'd end up with one in the same style as the Weaver Mighty Wonder or Cowboy's manual press. But that's not what they did at all. As best I can tell, they must be having this thing made just for them. I was so disheartened I didn't even bother to take a picture, but they're rolling out into stores nationwide, so it should be on the website shortly. If you haven't seen it yet... it looks kind of like the Tippman and the Weaver merged into one. It looks like it's about the same size as the small Tippman and, like the Tippman, it has a fixed and relatively short opening height, but it's not pneumatic. It's got a lever like the Weaver, but it lacks the Weaver's ability to swing side to side (it's best feature in my opinion). If that's not bad enough, it actually has walls on either side (the whole thing looks like it's about 8 inches wide), which seriously limits what you could ever use it for. I'm shocked Tandy chose this route actually. If there's one thing I've learned hanging out in these forums, it's how thrifty and resourceful this crowd is. I don't think I could do anymore with this press than I could with my Harbor Freight Arbor Press, so why would I pay $900 more for it?
  25. Looking to sell my tippmann 1500 with the actuator tank attachment and a really nice heavy duty custom table on casters that was built for it. Upgraded to an atom press recently which is why im selling this one off. Great clicker and OSHA compliant. Looking to get $3200. Im located in Miami, FL. Willing to ship but all the details have to be worked out. I'd imagine it would cost around +- $700 to ship. If you have your own forwarded set up even better.
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