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  1. This is the one from bunkhouse tools. We dont use it much, actually do more embossed straps for other people to paint/stain than we do ourselves. http://www.bunkhousetools.com/Embossing_Machine.php Comes complete w/spacers, etc, about half of retail - first $250 gets the machine and we can talk about discounted emboss rolls later (I'll get some pics of the designs). Pick up eastern Iowa, or pay actual shipping (I think about $15). jeff@jlsleather.com
  2. For Sale a new Tippmann Cutter Embosser. Got it few years ago, never used it other than try a sample. comes with one die. Asking $950 plus shipping (UPS ground rate).
  3. For sale in Continental USA only. The following Rotary Embossing machine is for sale. Please Note: you need to send a PM MESSAGE, leatherworker.net notifies us via email as we do NOT check the postings daily or you can call, number listed below. This is a used Rotary Embosser ( do not know what make or model it is). Please take note that this is a 110v Power machine. This machine is in good condition, machine comes with one embossing roll (see Picture). Adjustable pressure and will accommodate a 5 ¾” wide piece of leather between guides, can modify the guides to take a 6 ½” wide piece. I do not have the manual for this machine but one is not required, simple to use. Comes with machine, motor and table Shipping weight is about 120bs on pallet, I will palletize and pack this machine, you will need to arrange a shipper to pick it up. Asking $1000 Reply through this forum or you may call the shop at 602-two69-zero202. Thanks for looking.
  4. For sale in Continental USA only. This is a used Campbell Bosworth Rotary Embosser . Please take note that this is a 110v Power machine. This machine is in good condition, breaks open easily to change top embossing roller, machine does not come with embossing roll. Has heating element control but no heating element (available at Campbell-Randall). Adjustable pressure and will accommodate a 7” wide piece of leather between guides, I do not have the manual for this machine but one is not required, simple to use. Comes with machine, motor and table Shipping weight is about 170bs on pallet, I will palletize and pack this machine, you will need to arrange a shipper to pick it up. Asking $1400 Reply through this forum or you may call the shop at 602-two69-zero202. Thanks for looking.
  5. For sale in Continental USA only. This is a used Randall Model R32 Rotary Embosser. Please take note that this is a 110v Power machine. This machine is in excellent condition, breaks open easily to change top embossing roller, machine does come with one basketweave commercial embossing roll (does NOT come with the stainless steel roller that is in the picture). Has heating element control and heating rod, will accommodate a 7 ¾” wide piece of leather between guides, I do have the manual for this machine, simple to use. Standard Features: Quick Change of Embossing Rolls, Ideal for doming and forming, simple width adjustments, adjustable pressure, heat control, standard rolls 3” Diameter, pattern 9 5/8” long, larger diameters available for longer patterns. Comes with machine, motor and table Shipping weight is about 350lbs on pallet, I will palletize and pack this machine, you will need to arrange a shipper to pick it up. Asking $2700 Complete Machine is over $7000 new. Reply through this forum or you may call the shop at 602-two69-zero202. Thanks for looking.
  6. For sale in Continental USA only. This is a used Rotary Embosser ( do not know what make or model it is). Please take note that this is a 110v Power machine. This machine is in good condition, machine comes with one embossing roll (see Picture). Adjustable pressure and will accommodate a 5 ¾” wide piece of leather between guides, can modify the guides to take a 6 ½” wide piece. I do not have the manual for this machine but one is not required, simple to use. Comes with machine, motor and table Shipping weight is about 120bs on pallet, I will palletize and pack this machine, you will need to arrange a shipper to pick it up. Asking $1200 Reply through this forum or you may call the shop at 602-two69-zero202. Thanks for looking.
  7. zane

    Tippmann Embosser

    Tippmann Embosser--6/7 years old--one owner--comes with 16 emboss rolls, cutter,creasers as shown. Will ship anywhere in continental US. 1100.00 includes shipping
  8. Hi Guys, Does anyone know where i can purchase an embosser like this? I need to personalise baby leather items with initials. I've looked extensively and not seen anything like this. I have seen the usual China made ones but I would like an alternative as the last time I bought one it was an absolute hassle. Thank you in advance
  9. Brand new still in box Tandy Pro Embossing Machine. Includes 1 roll. $450.00 plus freight. Thank you
  10. I have been fabricating a hot stamping machine in my spare time. My goal is to build an air operated unit at least as competent as the $3,400 Kwik Print 86A/A. Time will tell. Phase One consists of building the heating unit. I will not be held responsible if you attempt to build one of these yourself, which you absolutely shouldn’t do. Heat embossers are made of electricity and extreme pressure and heat and danger and you can burn your house down, maim yourself, and/or electrocute yourself if you don’t know what you’re doing. Don’t do that. Phase One — the heater The Kwik Print 86 A/A uses an air circuit to deliver up to 1 ton of pressure through a Bimba air cylinder to an OEM ram to which the chase and heater are attached. The machine uses a 400W strip heater and Ulanet Robo Temp. I suspect Kwik Print uses Ulanet heaters and the Ulanet Robo Temp pulsating on/off controller because they’re American made. They’re expensive and I don’t care where my components were made. Maybe you do. My machine uses a 300W cartridge heater and Inkbird PID with solid state relay and thermocouple. The advantages of a PID and thermocouple are that (a) they’re cheap as dirt ($37 delivered from Amazon Prime), and ( once tuned, they’re very stable. My cartridge heater was less than $8 delivered from Amazon Prime. 300W is probably over-spec’d. The arbor press Until I build the frame for the air cylinder, I’m using my Famco 2 ton to test the heating unit. I made absolutely certain to over tighten the press’s guides so that the ram will stay raised. ANY skin contact with the heating plate will result in a second degree burn. The ram has a ½” hole with set screw drilled into its end. The heater The heating plate consists of a stainless steel block large enough to accommodate any embossing die I can see myself using. It’s tapped for a ½” stainless rod that fits into the end of ram. I used a vertical knee mill to dimension it and drill/ream holes for a cartridge heater and thermocouple. The heater hole (red leads) needs to be accurate within a few thousandths for maximum efficiency. The thermocouple hole (silver lead) is tapped to accept the unit’s threaded flange. Mounting and registering dies The embossing die is attached to the heating plate with a piece of 3M heat activated tape. Registration is simple. When the heater is cool, place your work piece on the press with the tape-covered die positioned where you want it. Slight pressure will leave a non-permanent mark on the leather showing you where the die is. Use a pencil to mark the edges of the piece. Slide the piece out of the way without disturbing the die or you have to start over. Place the edges of straight pieces of card stock on your registration lines and hold them down with some hard drive magnets. Don’t worry about the magnets being tall enough to hit the heating plate. Foil stamping dies are taller. Turn on your PID and get the die up to temp. You’ll have to experiment with temperature settings based on the leather and foil you’re using. Gently lower the ram so that it comes in contact with the taped die — always make sure that the leather you used to register the die is under it so you don’t damage it. Magnesium dies are durable for thousands of impressions when properly cared for. Give the ram a little mash. Get ready to stamp by placing your piece against the registration guides. Stamping You can blind deboss (stamping without foil) or use foil. To use foil, cut off a manageable section and place it flat against your work piece. Stamp by lowering the ram in a deliberate manner — you will have to experiment with temperature, pressure, and the amount of time the die remains in contact with your work piece. It’s not hard to get consistently good impressions. Results on leather and paper are nice. Top to bottom left to right: W&C bridle grain, W&C bridle flesh, Brown Horween equine Chromexcel, W&C natural tooling, black Horween bovine Chromexcel, Mohawk 130# paper. Materials 8mm x 80mm 300W cartridge heater — $7.47 delivered — http://www.amazon.com/Mold-Heating-Element-Cartridge-Heater/dp/B00DN6BQCY/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1452723192&sr=8-8&keywords=300w+cartridge+heater Ink bird ITC-100VH+25A SSR+ K sensor PID temperature controller with K-type thermocouple and 25A solid state relay — $36.99 delivered — http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00RMDZVNO?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00 Misc. Various lengths of wire, terminal blocks, spade and fork connectors, grommets, scavenged inline fuse, scavenged rocker switch, etc. Suitable enclosure — I had a nice extrusion and face plates 1 ½”+ ton arbor press Stainless steel square rod and round rod in whatever dimensions you want Access to a horizontal bandsaw, vertical knee mill, end mills, drill bits, reamer, taps dies, etc. Dies and tape 3/8” raised/wrong reading magnesium foil stamping dies from Owosso — https://www.owosso.com/Products/MagnesiumDies/FoilStamping.aspx 3M heat bonding film — $22 for 1” x 180’ from Owosso — https://www.owosso.com/3MBondingFilm.aspx Foil This is specific to your application so you’re on your own.
  11. Tandy Leather Pro Embossing Machine with 12 embossing wheels. I paid over $1100 for all of this. It is used but works great. I am asking $600 and I will pay for shipping.
  12. Tandy Leather Pro Embossing Machine with 12 embossing wheels. I paid over $1100 for all of this. It is used but works great. I am asking $600 and I will pay for shipping.
  13. Hello all, I am looking for a good quality hand heat embosser. I emboss mostly vegetable tanned lamb nappa and camel leather. I need something with which I can emboss initials. I bought one from Hong Kong and it was flimsy and far too long. Anything US made or european made if there is such a thing would be ideal. Thank you in advance. L
  14. Greetings folks! I need help identifying this machine by Randall Machine Corp. What it does and what parts it's missing and hopefully where to get them. It was once set up to run by motor, with no clutch and a fairly high gear ratio.
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