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  1. Hello, I am new to this form, and need some advise as to which brand of tools I should get. I have never leather worked, but it is very intriguing and I want to make some knife sheaths, and maybe later some bags and wallets. From what I read, I will want an stitching wheel, a groover, an edger, a scratch awl, needles, and a burnisher. I already have a mallet, a xacto knife, and a surface to work on. It seems like Tandy’s hand tools are not quality anymore, and wanted advise to see if these tools are good: kyoshin elle pro edge creaser and groover kyoshin elle pro stitching wheel(all sizes included) Rocky Mountain Diamond awl Kyoshin elle pro grooved edger #2 John James needles(I don’t know what size to get and don’t understand what thread size either, pleeeaaase help) Tandy’s wood burnisher(seems like this tool of Tandy’s would be fine?) Thank you in advance. leather2
  2. It looks like Tandy Leather once again is trying to stay relevant in the leather crafting market. Although the Craftool Pro series of tools was a definite step up from the standard Craftool lineup, for the last two years, they have been trying to win back the serious hobbyist/small business as well as leather professionals alike by bringing in more professional grade tools. First they started with a new line of machines called TandyPro, which now also includes the Cobra series of sewing machines, as well as the Cowboy Outlaw. Just recently they add some Barry King tools as well as the TandyPro hand tools lineup made by a Chinese firm and are labeled Since: TandyPro® Hand Tools — Tandy Leather, Inc. Although made in China, these tools actually look like pro quality tools. I haven't been able to get down to my Tandy store to check them out in person to see if their quality matches their looks. Anyone here have any hands on experience with these tools? I would prefer a tool work exceptionally well, rather than look good, but if I can have a quality tool with looks to match, all that much better.
  3. pepin1948

    CLOSED SHOP

    Hi Friends Due to serious problems of healt in my eyes, and an strong and continous arthritys i have to close my beloved shop.I will put it in ebay. Is full of the best tools and stamps that I was able to collect trhoug the years .Gomph round knives as Bob Dozier ones, Bob beard and Barry King stamp tools... I hope that my beloved tools will have life in other hands I will link to ebay and hope you will enjoy it
  4. Hi guys thanks for checking my listing out! i have a great collection of hand tools that i have collected for my use but unfortunately do to my current health reasons i must sell them all, i can not do the leather work i truly love any more, there for everything is up for grabs. i always like the but the highest quality of tools and materials so here is the list, before you read any further you should know, it is a PACKAGE DEAL, i WILL NOT split anything up, because of my health reasons i simply do not have the will to do so. according to my estimation i have SPENT about $3800 for these tools and such but i am only asking $1525 including shipping anywhere in the USA, sorry no international shipping. i will only accept USPS money order or Paypal as a payment option. i have not posted on Ebay yet, i wanted to give the users of this forum the first chance because i love this forum and i surely learned alot of things here and met a lot of awesome people. please do not be shy to message me with any question you might have, thanks and take care. P.S. if you are willing to pick them up in person and pay me in cash, i will deduct the shipping expense (abviously) and i have a large mystery box of goodies for u. 31 BARRY KING stamps, seeders, bevelers... (anything you would want from Barry King, great and super quality tools) 33 Vintage Carftsman stamps, most are not made anymore 5 HideCraft stamps 3 Craftool Edge Bevelers 1 Craftool Adjustable Groover 1 Craftool Overstitchers 3 Craftool Pro Modeling Tools 1 all metal Craftool Pro Modeling Styles 1/4 Craftool Pro letter stamp set in a box Craftool Pro Model Skiving knife 1 Chuck Smith Swivel knife 1 Carfttool Swivel knife 1 Tanglefoot Swivel Knife 2 Swivel knife sharpening guides 1Tandy Leather Factory Al Stohlman Brand Poly Head Maul Medium 3 Pro edge cocobolo wooden drill burnishers 2 hand edge burnishers 1 Terry Knipschield leather knife (truly amazing knife) 1 instruction book 3 pattern books
  5. I am essentially giving away these hand tools, caranuba wax, tiger thread, strap cutter, etc. Must take everything pictured. Over $300 total value.You pay $25.00 plus $15.00 shipping and it's yours.
  6. Cleaning out the drawers... off to the north! Findin' lots o stuf I forgot I had So all for one price.... $80 gitsem shipped in the US !!!! But act quick, they go in the mail or on the truck in a couple days! 1" strap end punch - never used lace maker 5-blade J.Watt edgers - some light use Large and small awl blades - new 1/8" creaser (border tool) 3/32" adjustable depth U-gouge And a bunch of swivel knife blades which - I admit - I am never going to sharpen EDIT: Puppy treats not included
  7. I have a fairly complete leather studio for sale. I opened my business about 5 years ago, and it's time to move on to something else. Included in the sale is basically everything I have (which I'm not going to list in detail here, but if interested, I can give much more detail including pics, videos or a personal visit if you're local). Items included: Leather Machine Company Cobra 4-P. This machine was purchased new in 2014 and is in excellent condition. (http://www.leathermachineco.com/shop/cobra-class-4-p-premium-package/) Heavy Duty Large Worktable, with cutting surface. This table I built myself and is a beast. It is about 4x8 and includes a full surface cutting board. 45-50 Blue guns and Aluminum cast dummy guns. I can give you an exact list of the models I have. These cost around $50 each (plus shipping) new (roughly $2200 value). Numerous hand tools, including high end cutters, edgers, punches, etc. Lost of hardware including buckles, rivets, chicago screws, belt clips, etc. I have 2-3 full to partial hides of Herman Oak B/C grade tooling leather. I have about a 1/4 hide left of elephant (honey vintage), which takes a beautiful die from both light brown and black. I have a tub full of exotic scraps (elephant, alligator, shark, a small amount of ostrich, etc.) I have a half tub full of 8-10oz latino leftover. I have 2 tubs of cowhide scraps and about a 1/4-1/2 tub of horsehide scraps. I have a new branding iron as well, you'd just need to have your own logo made (or if you'd like to take my logo, you could do that as well). I'm not really selling the business name, mostly because I don't feel it's worth anything, and also because it's my last name, but if someone wanted the name/domain, I'd be ok with parting with that as well. This sale is basically for the entire set of my tools and supplies for a small leather business. Everything is in excellent shape and I have much more invested than I expect to get out of it. Asking $4500 for everything. Please email (talktochad@mac.com) or call (727-482-1258) for further information. I'm located in Fort Worth Texas. - Chad
  8. I have a customer that wants me to make 500 of these small oval shapes with two holes in the center (see photo). Is there a pre-existing tool that I can buy to punch out the oval? Do I need a die cutter? Where should I start? Thanks!
  9. Hi Everyone, I've been learning so much from this forum - thank you! I have a recurring problem with my bag straps that I am hoping you all can help me with: I am using an English point strap end punch from Weaver Leather to make the ends of my bag straps. I use a 1" punch on a 5/8" wide strap because I like the more obtuse angle that it creates at the end. . . problem is I can NEVER get this thing to perfectly center, and my two curved wings are almost always just slightly lopsided. I am a perfectionist, so the littlest bit of unevenness bothers me. . . but it also becomes a problem because then I attach the strap to the exterior bag by edge stitching (with my machine) around the perimeter of the strap end. . . so any lopsidedness really becomes apparent. Does that make any sense? I have tried making end punch/stitching templates out of scrap leather straps, and this works okay, but is still not totally foolproof. . . Does anyone have any tips or words of wisdom when it comes to quickly centering that strap end punch, and also stitching evenly around that point? I'm so tired of wasting precious strap leather! Thank you all so much for sharing your knowledge!
  10. I purchased my first Dixon pricking iron - 6SPI, 1 inch - two months ago. I noticed that the prongs are not centered. I was told by the distributor that this is how they are designed. When I held the iron perpendicular, it flew out of my hand when I struck it. My other irons (Blanchard, Seiwa) are symmetrical. My questions: Why does Dixon grind them this way? Is there a special technique for using them?
  11. I am offering for sale a complete set of Watt Brothers HSBT hand tools listed with their retail value below (listed on ranch2arena) at a substantial discount. They are in great shape and are around 5 years old. Some are newer. A few have minor checking at the butt end. There are also a few Osborne edgers as noted. I am asking $500 (includes shipping) for all. I'm not interested in parting these out. I will accept PayPal for $515 (includes shipping). I am also throwing in as a bonus a 6" HSBT Round knife ($120 value). HorseShoe Brand Tools Binding Trimmer $65.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Dividers 6" $55.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools French Edger 1/2" $75.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools French Edger 1" $75.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Tight Edger #2 $65.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Western Edger #1 $65.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Western Edger #2 $65.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Western Edger #3 $65.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Western Edger #4 $65.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Saddle Skirt Trimmer $65.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Overstitch Wheel #5 $65.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Overstitch Wheel #6 $65.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Overstitch Wheel #7 $65.00 Osborne Bisonette #6 $25.00 Osborne Horn Trimmer $25.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Push Beader $65.00 HorseShoe Brand Tools Tickler $65.00 $1,035.00 total list price
  12. Prefer the whole thing sold together but can peice if shipping is covered by buyer. My last estimation of the total cost of my kit was close to $1500 to $2000 I have stamps, new older and some no longer made, multipule swivel knives, rawhide mallets, rotary and stitching punches, edgers, wood strap cutter with replacement blades, stiching hourse, manuals and the like. the majority of the tools are kept in an old style machineist's tool box. Will be providing pictures of what I have in the next few days. Feel free to ask questions in the mean time.
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