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Schwabe Model D 25 Ton Clicker Hydraulic Press -Baldor Motor- 14" Swing Arm (+/-)45"x20" Table WORKS GREAT & GREAT SHAPE
MTG Leather posted a topic in UsedSchwabe Model D 25 Ton 14" Swing Arm Head Hydraulic Clicker Press - Baldor Motor Asking $4,500 Email for Pics Mtgreen32@gmail.com Click out Patterns in the thinnest or thickest leather, Kydex, Plastic & tons of other materials in seconds with the press of 2 buttons! The head swings side to side with just a finger push. If the Die fits on bottom table(About 45"x20") it will Click it out Every Saddle, Gun Holster, Knife Sheath or Tack set will be exactly PERFECT and uniform making much more professional products. Open to Partial Trades. Great Machine that is a great addition to any shop. SAVES TIME Instead of spending HOURS Cutting and it never comes out perfect, same amount of work in Seconds even have holes punched or anything else SAVES MONEY With a Clicker and Dyes you can lay them out to get the ABSOLUTE most out of your leather, no need for trim, every piece will be exactly how you want it and you can make every inch count! Can be moved or unloaded with Bobcat or Forklift Freight would be determined on distance, also could pick up from my shop or I could deliver if it was no more than 400 Miles from Greenville, SC Email me for Pictures Mtgreen32@gmail.com
ShadowHawk Armory posted a topic in Gun Holsters, Rifle Slings and Knife SheathesThis is my first product. I am making 7 different models in left and right IMG_1321.bmp
Hello! My name is Jason, and I build "hybrid" Leather and Kydex IWB concealment holsters and Kydex reinforced gun belts. I started this about a year ago, and have been obsessed ever since. My quality has come a long way since I have expanded my leather knowledge. I get tons of compliments my builds as not many other holsters of this type spend any time on their appearance. I only possess basic leatherworking skills (edging, burnishing, dying) and so far they are all I have needed, although I find myself daydreaming about making a bag or sheath or some other handmade leather product. I have Googled many leather related questions and have always been directed to this forum, so I figured it was time to join. Thanks, and I look forward to picking all of your brains!!