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  1. Here's a couple of recent things that I've made. A custom seat that I did for a customer's Triumph Bobber project and a tooled knife sheath.
  2. This is my third leather studio-shop in the last 14 years. Prior to the three I worked out of a 2x4' closet. The one I will be showing is mainly the main bench of my 12.5x16" spare master bed room in the far side of my Florida home. Fully environmently controlle with 5500K overhead lighting, LED spot lighting, and a magnifying LED craft like. The tools I use nearly daily are on this bench. I have a couner height workbench behind me that has a couple of rivet, tool presses on it, a 6" leather skiver, and more tools. I currently have a collection of 400 midas stamps, nearly 200 USA Craftools, and a few unmarked one. I have room left there if I need to expand. I will be setting up a small shop this summer in our North Carolina vacation home, God willing! That way we can spent a few weeks with our grandkids in the mountains. Now the photos. Including some of my custom tools if I have them on my cellphone.
  3. This is my third leather studio-shop in the last 14 years. Prior to the three I worked out of a 2x4' closet. The one I will be showing is mainly the main bench of my 12.5x16" spare master bed room in the far side of my Florida home. Fully environmently controlle with 5500K overhead lighting, LED spot lighting, and a magnifying LED craft like. The tools I use nearly daily are on this bench. I have a couner height workbench behind me that has a couple of rivet, tool presses on it, a 6" leather skiver, and more tools. I currently have a collection of 400 midas stamps, nearly 200 USA Craftools, and a few unmarked one. I have room left there if I need to expand. I will be setting up a small shop this summer in our North Carolina vacation home, God willing! That way we can spent a few weeks with our grandkids in the mountains.
  4. Okay, so it's been about a year since I made these. But I've also been busy at a new job, which tended to monopolize my time. Still, I just wanted to show off the latest from my workshop: two knife sheaths (pouch and Mexican drop loop) and horsey reins (for a friend who owns a preschool). This year (whatever's left of it), I'm getting into a baldric and frog (for holding cutlass for pirate outfit) and a slide-on ammo holder.
  5. Sanch

    3 new tools

    Made 3 new tools recently the 1st is a ss and aluminum edge roller 2lb The 2nd and 3rd are Puuko knives for my 12 and 11 year olds both boys. Both paid me a whole shiny dime for each (you never give a knife as a gift cause you dont want to cut someone who you love out of your life)anyway here they are, they wore them all day the younger one fell on a wet log and scarred his sheath but they were made to be worn and used! Both blades are L6 and scary sharp! The furniture is solid brass, leather cut from their practice leather (tooling and swivel knife practice) felt spacers on both also. The handles are impregnated with T-88 epoxy.
  6. Good day, I am an established leathersmith from Greensboro, NC. Always looking to learn new techniques and such. I work with any leather and any iem but concentrate on custom work. Check out my website at http://dragonleather.net. I can be contacted from the contact section of the menu. Good to be here. A few samples of my work are attached. Obviously you can see more at my web site. Dave
  7. This isn't finished, but I thought what I'm asking about would show better if I took pictures now. This is a knife sheath with no belt loop, for someone I know to carry a knife in pocket or purse. That means there's no front and back; they're both going to be fronts sometimes. The tooling's more than I usually do, but I miscalculated the distance between leaves and needed to fill at the last moment, then did the other side to match. I've just started using an awl for sewing holes and I'm having the same old problem. A knife sheath isn't flat or regular in contour. I'm not always able to flatten them enough for the hole to go straight up and down. I'm pleased with the "front" of this, meaning, the side the awl went through from. Very pleased, actually. In the back, the stitch line wanders, and I did do three of the holes twice, because they wandered SO badly. I'll be grateful for any input.
  8. Hi Everyone....haven't posted in a while cause I've been so busy on making horse tack and tanning hides. So thought I'd stop in and pot some new pictures. The snakes have been crawlin' and I've been taken them out as fast as I can. lol.... These are 3 Timber Rattlers ....and a few of my Diamond Backs and Copperheads
  9. 2 years old - only used 2 months before going into storage. Dies are for knife sheaths and welts for four different sizes. Located in Missouri. $1,500.00 May call 417-252-7463. Thanks. The Tippmann Clicker 700 Die Cutting Press delivers 7 tons of cutting pressure at the touch of a button. With this kind of cutting power, you can count on the Clicker 700 die cutting press to deliver a perfect die cut every time. The Clicker die cutting press can cut a wide range of materials such as plastics, rubber, fabrics, gaskets, leather, paper stocks, etc. This is a very versatile machine. The Clicker's cast-iron "C" frames allow for easy loading of dies and materials. Just place the die and material on the Cutting Deck, press the Dual Palm Buttons, and in less than three seconds you will have a perfect die cut. Designed with very few moving parts, clicker die cut machines are easy to operate and maintain. The Tippmann Clicker 700 patented Air System raises the Cutting Deck to give you 7 tons of cutting pressure. Requiring no electricity or hydraulics, this die press operates off of 80-110 PSI of air pressure. The Clicker 700 mediumcapacity cutting area (12" X 12") allows for countless die cutting patterns. Tippmann also manufactures the Clicker 1500 die cut machine which delivers up to 15 tons of cutting pressure and has a (12" x 24" ) cutting area. Air operated die cutting presses deliver tons of pressure at the touch of a button. NO electricity or hydraulics required. These die cutting presses operate off of 80-110 psi Die cut plastics, rubber, fabric, gasket material, leather, paper card stocks, etc. SPECIFICATIONS: Make.................................................................Tippmann Model...................................Clicker 700 Die Cutting Press Cutting Pressure..................................................... 7 ton. Cutting Beam......................................................12" x 12" Cutting Area........................................................12" x 12" Deck clearance...........................................................2.0" Travel of deck is adjustable up to .................................1.0" Recommended die height...........................................1.25" Approximate Shipping weight..................................260 lbs Operating Pressure..........................................80-110 PSI Overall Dimensions.............................12" W, 19" D, 13" H
  10. Sent my 9 yr old little girl out to fill horse water troughs this afternoon. About 10 minutes later I heard two gun shots in my backyard this afternoon, and ran for the door...found my dad and little girl at the water spicket with a gun...She said she turned on the water, and seen a rattler within 3" of her foot! Snake was between her and getting back to the house so she took off to my dad's behind my house for help, and he shot it...Now it's gonna make a pretty knife sheath, or if I can get some bigger ones it will go into a headstall/breastcollar set to sell. It went from a 16" hide to a 21 1/2" hide when stretched and penned down.
  11. Hi Everyone Been busy lately, and taking a break for a few minutes. Thought I'd drop by and show a few new items I've made recently. Everything is completely made by hand, and since I don't have a sewing machine, it is all hand stitched. My fashion model was being a Brat yesterday, but finally let me get a few new pictures. lol This is my little Rodeo mare, Jewel wearing her new Black Caiman Hide Set.... My father is a custom knife maker, and here's a few new sheaths I just finished for him. The inlays are Beaver Tails that I tanned myself. Here's some of my new Saddle Pad Corners....
  12. I'm new and wanted to say Hello to everyone. I found this forum while I was google searching for supplies and few different times, and decided to become a member. Seems like a great place to read advice. I am a barrel racer, team roper, and trainer....I started my own custom leather business in November. My dad is a custom knife maker, and I started out making his knife sheaths for him in October of last year. Since then it's turned into a custom horse tack business. I would love any advice anyone would like to offer. I am completely self taught, and love to learn. I started out with about 4 different tools, and a razor knife. Now, I no longer have a dinning room. lol...I've turned my dinning room in my house into a leather shop. All of the sets I've made so far with inlays are all from real hides, and some of the hides I tan myself(deer, gator, beaver, etc.) Don't mean t make this too long, and bore anyone. Just wanted to say hello. Here's a few of the sets I am making and advertising so far. I hope this isn't breaking the rules...if it is I'll remove it. This is a dog collar I recently finished for my Cheeko...the little runt gets an attitude if I take it off him now. LOL
  13. I recently added this little folding sheath to my line. I have heard it called a watch pocket sheath, but It would not work in some jeans as the pocket is too shallow. It is carried to help prevent worn pocket holes. This one is 3 1/2 by 1 1/2 inches flat and it has a 3 inch lock back knife in it for the picture. As with all of my sheaths it is made to appeal to the working ranch hand or Cowboy, therefore it is plain with a a minimum amount of finish work.. Also all of my Folding knife sheaths are saddle stitched. I use only Boot leather and this one is made with a low salt chrome tanned leather of about 1.8 MM in thickness. I buy USA Boot leather by the bundle in chrome tanned, oil tanned and vegetable tanned leather. The vegetable tanned boot leather leather is not made for tooling, but is stiff. Recently I have also started doing saddle stitch repair on small items. I have found that there is a real market for this. -- Tex
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