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  1. pros23

    Press-N-Snap Line 20 Snap Dies

    I had trouble locating dies for the Press-N Snap, snap setter for line 20 snaps. I thought I would save the rest of you the trouble. I found them at Wawak Sewing. http://www.Wawak.com Phone # 1-800-654-2235 Stock #PLR61. They work great!
  2. Hello First post here. I am looking for parts, pieces, manuals, etc for royal and peerless perforates I own. Besides Campbell-Randal, does anyone in this forum have experience with these? I will needing some advice, parts and dies made for them if none are available off the shelf. Also I would like to get user and maint. manuals for them if available. Thanks everyone!
  3. Hello! Beginner trying to figure out exactly what I need to do a few basic projects. Specifically belts, with lots of hardware (think bondage style stuff), wallets, and small bags. Would you recommend 6-7oz or 8-9oz leather for these projects? I have already invested in the Pres-n-Snap tool but need more dies. It is frustrating trying to decode the many brands/sizes of rivets! Is there such thing as Medium (5/16" post) and Large (1/2" post)? Hoover told me they manufacture the following double sided rivet die sets for my tool. Can you recommend to me which of these die sets are best suited for riveting 2 pieces of leather together for belts, wallets and small bags? Would I need a whole different die set to add decoration rivets- just in 1 piece of leather? Is one brand preferable? How do you translate "Line" to size? The "mm" sizing refers to the head, not the post? DOT Speedy Rivet 11 Line DOT Speedy Rivet 16 Line Fasnap 9mm Rivet Fasnap 10 mm Rivet THANK YOU SO MUCH for your help!
  4. I am interested in any dies and other attachments that would fit the Weaver MT900 or Little Wonder Thanks
  5. I am interested in any dies and other attachments that would fit the Weaver MT900 or Little Wonder Thanks
  6. Like new Cobra Class 4 premium package. Used less than 1 hour. I had a holster business and Tandy Leather dealership years ago. Thought I would get back into it and changed my mind. Machine, several spools of thread (black, brown etc.), tool box, maule, punches, knives, bevelers, swivel knife, HD stamp/rivet press, dies for press, Clicker Dies: two types of western holsters, iwb, pancake, foldover for small caliber, cowboy cuffs (2), gun belt buckle and tongue dies, rounder, practice piece, arrow head, spur straps, iwb leather belt loop. These are high quality clicker dies with almost no wear. YOU DO NOT NEED A CLICKER TO USE DIES - you simply lay the die on concrete or other hard surface (blade up), place you leather over the die and tap around the die with a maul or mallet. In minutes you have a perfect cut out. The concealment holster dies are not shown and are steel rule/plywood dies. The press is not shown either. I forgot to mention that I have an extra motor/tabletop for the sewing machine. Also some gun molds (red gun and Duncan alum) $3800. These items are included with the machine: Premium Accessory Package: Left Toe Presser Foot $75* Open Toe Center Foot $65* Double Toe Presser Foot $80* Right Toe Presser Foot $75* Work Platform $95* Holster Plate $156* Stirrup Plate $156* Slotted Plate $85* Blanket Set (Inside & Outside Feet w/ Feed Dog) $150* Heavy Duty Roller Edge Guide $95* Pair of Thread Nippers $2* LDA-1 Magnetic LED Light $20* Owner and parts manual
  7. BruceGibson

    Texas Custom Dies

    I did a blog post review of Texas Leather Dies. I won't recreate it here, but the condensed version is --they are amazing. Ten outta ten! If you'd like the details, check it out on my website at https://www.BruceGibsonDesign.com If you're in the market for clicker dies, mallet dies, etc., I highly recommend these folks. They are also Leatherworker.net supporters. Awesome all-around!
  8. RJLamie

    Mallet Dies

    Where can one purchase stock mallet dies? I am specifically looking for a mallet die for cutting a 1/8" by 3/4" rounded end slot. I see the Texas Mallet Dies offer customs but from their website they don't go this small.
  9. I'm seeking the advice of members who have experience of using strip knives/clicker dies for manufacturing small strap goods in the high dozens or low hundreds. I manufacture dog collars in a few standard sizes from two layers of waxed 2mm chrome-tan. At the moment my procedure is: Cut strips to final width using wooden strap cutter Mark all holes and lengths using a story stick and dividers Cut to length with knife and end punch Punch rivet and tongue holes using standard hole punches Skive turnback Glue Add buckle and rivet in place Machine stitch all round Add D-ring and rivet in place Punch buckle holes (The leather I use is through-dyed and the fibres quite tight so I don't edge finish in any way. Both I and my customers are happy with that.) With sales speeding up and trade enquiries coming in I'm looking at getting cutting dies made. The objectives are to reduce production time and eliminate errors caused by mismeasuring and operator error (strap cutter!). A further objective is to test the feasibility of this approach with a view to offering other products that cannot be made using a strap cutter and would be uneconomically slow to cut by hand. I've specced about a dozen dies before and been happy with all of them however I've never specced any that need very tight alignment between two different dies. My dilemma is this: can I reasonably expect the backer/lining die to cut a piece that matches perfectly with the top piece? This is in reference to outline and adjustment holes. If not I could spec the lining to be cut a little wider and longer than the top piece and trim the lining by hand once stitched together. Similarly, I could spec the die with adjustment holes only in the top piece and punch the holes through the lining manually. However both of these approaches still allow for operator error and will take some time, reducing the efficiency savings that using dies might bring. My main alternative plan is to spec some dies without cutting edges just punches in the relevant places. I will mount it into my fly press and use it to punch pre-cut strips held by an alignment jig. These dies will be long, involve several punch tubes, and I need to order them in several sizes so they represent a significant financial outlay. Any relevant advice will be greatly appreciated!
  10. Hello all, Forgive me if this has been covered. I am sure it has been at some point. I am having some brass stamps made so I can do some hot stamping. I currently stamp my makers mark and some requested stamping patterns with a shop press. I am wanting to use an arbor press for accuracy in layout. I plan on buying something inexpensive and having a machine shop bore out the arbor for an insert. My question is does anyone known the thread size and pitch of the most commonly available dies for setting snaps/rivets etc. The insert I have made will be threaded as appropriate and I also want to advise my brass stamp maker on what size rod to make fit the brass stamps. If I am thinking right, the rod that the brass stamps thread onto could be the same size as the insert that will go into the bored hold and fasten with a set screw. The same bored hole will accept the insert that is tapped for the snap setting dies. Clear as mud? Any help you might offer is greatly appreciated as well as a source for good quality snap setter dies. I know Tandy sells them but non sure if they are worth buying or if there is a better option. Thanks in advance, Scott
  11. Hello all, I have been reading clicker die threads for about an hour or so and haven't seen this mentioned. I really do try to search before posting so here goes. I have a clicker press and have used dies to cut out various projects but I have not ever cut them from the flesh side. (I didn't have the need to before) I am wanting to have some more dies made and it would be much more affordable to have a single die made that I could simply flip the leather to get the other side cut out. Doe it work just as well cutting from the flesh side as it does the other way around or does it look different? IE: Distort the grain side or leave a lot of fuzzy bits? I have noticed when cutting from the grain side it leaves a very nice cut edge that slightly rounded over. It is beautiful and as close to perfect as I need but haven't paid a lot of attention to the flesh side when I have been cutting. I am trying to not have more dies made than I need and if they will cut just as well either way it would basically save me half by not having the mirror die made. If anyone has tried it both ways please let me know what you would recommend. On the outer edges they will be sanded and burnished so it's not as critical. On the edge of an inner flap or pocket it may or may not be burnished depending on the style I am shooting for. I appreciate any feedback you might be able to provide. Thanks in advance. Scott
  12. I have a whole lot of dies for setting rivets, stamps and other tools that I have collected over the years. All of them are hand held. Now I'm thinking of getting a small arbor press for some of that work. I would like to mount the dies I have in the arbor press. Several of the dies are hand made for custom projects and it would be good to use them in the future. Have anyone any idea how to do that? I'm guessing some kind of chuck and somehow attaching that to the press?
  13. Does anyone know if the Tandy hand presses use dies from other sources or do they only use Tandy dies? I need a 3/8 or 5/16 hole punch. I've talked to the people at the local Tandy store a couple of times, but they have no idea if a 3/8 punch is available that fits this.
  14. Hello, Im new to the forum I over the next week ill be post over a hundred dies for sale. First up I have some shoe sole dies sizes 6-13. They are in good condition but do have some surface rust but can be easily cleaned. $150 OBO Plus shipping and handling https://inlandempire.craigslist.org/art/d/shoe-sole-dies/6238695205.html
  15. I have a hand press from Allstarco with an assortment of dies for sale. Allstarco sells a variety of dies that fit this press. They are used for setting rim sets for adding crystal rhinestones to your projects. I used swarovski crystals in my projects and this has been a great help. It is barely used as I want to go with different model. Items Included w/ Retail Value: Hand Press - $85 Die for size 20 (5mm) Round Nailheads or SS20 Rim Settings - $38 Die for SS30 & SS34 (6mm and 7mm) Round Rim Settings - $38 Die for size 16 (4mm and 4.5mm) Round Nailheads or SS16 Rim Settings - $38 Includes some pre-set crystal chatons ($20 Value) an assortment of 16ss Swarovski flat back crystals with rim settings ($100 value) and my leftover spot nailheads ($20 value). Will sell ALL for $220 shipping included anywhere in the US.
  16. LTRA84

    Shoe parts Cutting Dies

    Shoe parts Cutting Dies Hi all, Can anyone advise on where I can purchase some cutting dies for baby shoes? Thank you
  17. The Painted Pony Tack

    Hand Press And Dies For Sale

    I have a hand press with an assortment of dies for sale. This press is still being manufactured, so the dies are readily available. Minkus Margo sells over 50 types and sizes of dies that include dies for setting snaps, grommets, eyelets, punching holes in leather, setting rivets, setting spots aka nailheads, setting spikes, and setting lots of shapes of decorative rivets. Allstarco also sells dies that fit this press. The brass dies listed here are from Allstarco. They are used for setting rim sets for adding crystal rhinestones to your projects. They also work great for setting spots. This is a great press and I would recommend it for anyone who wants to add decorative elements to their projects. I am a full time professional leather worker. I bought the press and dies when I was starting out. I'm only selling it because I am investing in a larger multi feed foot press so I can work more efficiently. Here is a listing of what is included along with the retail value Hand Press - $114 7mm die for setting spots (approximately 1/4") - $34.99 6mm die for setting rhinestone chatons - $52.99 7mm die for setting rhinestone chatons - $52.99 8mm die for setting rhinestone chatons - $52.99 10mm die for setting rhinestone chatons - $52.99 6 mm die for setting rhinestone rivets - $39.99 Brass die for SS 20 rim set rhinestones - $38 Brass die for SS 30 and SS34 rim set rhinestones - $38 Unopened bag of 300 7mm spots - $10.50 I will send along the crystal chatons that are left for you to practice with. I will sell the whole package for $275 shipping included anywhere in the US. I have attached an image of the press & dies and some examples of items I have made with it.
  18. erniethemilk

    Hand Clicker Dies in the UK

    I'm looking for a manual kind of hand clicker die I can either design or buy in the UK. It's for a small item - maybe 1" - 1.5" or so by ¾" with a slotted hole and a round hole in it. Ideally I just need something simple where I can lay out a piece of leather and bash a few out at a time. Any ideas where I can get hold of such a thing in the UK... I'm at a bit of a loss to know where to look. Thanks
  19. Have these two dies I'm looking to sell. Bought these in February from Tippmann Industrial. Very new and very sharp. Had two of these sets made by accident and couldnt return them. Some examples of the products made with the help of these dies. $95 Shipped for the pair or $50 each http://imgur.com/a/z63TT http://imgur.com/e4P1OmE
  20. JLSleather

    Clicker Dies

    Selling some small dies. Some for mag pouches, some for leather coasters, some for small wallets. All are ready to cut. Pics will be uploaded.
  21. SteelheadFineGoods

    Help with D.B. Die Works Kick Press

    I recently acquired a D.B. Die Works No. 39 kick press. It is currently without a stand. Before I go ahead and build my own stand for it, do any of you out there have the original stand for this kick press for sale? Also, can you suggest a good source to purchase dies for this machine? I will be looking for dies for Line 20 and Line 24 snaps. I appreciate any help I can get. Thanks!
  22. I am getting a clicker next month and would like to offer services to other people as long as I don't get 20,000 LOL. I figured it took me 4 years to buy one and maybe some people just have one item they want clicked, like a bracelet. How it would work is like this I think. You would send me your die, tell me what kind of leather you wanted used and pay for me to order that, then from what I've seen so far is the service fee would be $1.00 per minute. If I click you out 4 bracelets in that minute then it would be 25 cents per bracelet plus the price of the leather. Now no matter clicker or not you need leather in this business. So you could get your bracelets in your favorite leather with the only difference being you wouldn't have to cut them. The initial outlay of money would be the die but at this price per product I don't see it taking long to recoup your money in time saved. I could also send the left over leather to you with your shipping price. So again would you rather have someone hassle with it or do it yourself? Thanks, because I'm fairly certain I will be offering this service starting next month. Cheryl
  23. Hi fellow leather artisans! I am at the preliminary stages of starting my business and need some help finding clicker services in and around the Philadelphia area. I reside out of Bucks/Montgomery County and would love to work with some locals here regarding clicking services. Any guidance or help is always appreciated! Thanks, Mike
  24. I'm looking for a manual clicker press, but I need one with a small footprint. Preferably one that is mountable on a workbench. Let me know if you're getting rid of one. Thanks! I'm open to a Weaver, Lucris, or similar design.
  25. Hello, I am new to this forum and I have a question about the Tandy hand press. I just purchased the Tandy hand press because it's on sale. I was disappointed that they didn't have a grommet die to go with this hand press. My question now is if the Weaver Little Wonder dies will fit the Tandy press. If anyone owns the Little Wonder can you then tell me the diameter of the dies? I am hoping to use the Weaver dies for the Tandy press. I live in the UK so it will cost too much to ship the Little Wonder here. Thank You