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  1. Tandy Leather Stripper Box states this manual table top stripper cuts all leathers, up to 12 ounces in Weight . Makes strips 1/8" to 3" Wide. This Stripper was used once. Buyer pays shipping.
  2. Hi There I am relatively new to rawhide and kangaroo but have been braiding paracord and making other leather items for a few years now, I am based between New Zealand and Australia and am having trouble finding a leather cutter/ beveler that will be suitable for rawhide mainly. I would appreciate any recommendations. I would prefer not to buy from the US if possible because the postage rates to here are horrendous Thanks in advance
  3. Hi There I am relatively new to rawhide and kangaroo but have been braiding paracord and making other leather items for a few years now, I am based between New Zealand and Australia and am having trouble finding a leather cutter/ beveler that will be suitable for rawhide mainly. I would appreciate any recommendations. I would prefer not to buy from the US if possible because the postage rates to here are horrendous Thanks in advance
  4. I have 2 machines for sale, local pickup only. Here's the details! Local pickup only- I'm in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, NY. $1500 - Highlead Sewing Machine I'm selling my brand new Highlead industrial sewing machine. Bought in December but I'm moving and need to sell it. It is in excellent, brand new condition. On par with Juki machines but half the price. I've always used Juki machines and I am highly impressed by this brand- much better than Consew. Very smooth sewing, no skipped stitches. It has a backstitch function and a heavy duty motor. Takes B-69 thread. Great for everything from denim to 7/8 oz leather at the thickest. Comes with bobbins. Check out their website: http://www.highlead.co.uk ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $2,000 Clicker Machine I'm selling my Tippmann Boss that is only a few years old and barely used. It has a minor leak in the back that I've been told is easily fixed- I can recommend a guy to help with this. Aside from that it is in superb condition. I will include 2 used cutting boards with it as well. I can do local pickup only and you will need a small forklift or many very strong helpers- it is HEAVY. Here is the original link to the machine: http://www.tippmannindustrial.com/clicker-1500-die-cutting-machine-p-36.htmlHere are the details: The Clicker's cast-iron "C" frames allows for easy loading of dies and materials. Just place the die and material on the Cutting Deck, press the Dual Safety Buttons, and in less than three seconds you will have a perfect die cut.The Clicker 1500's large capacity cutting area (24"x 12") allows for countless die cutting patterns.Designed with only three moving parts, Clickers are easy to operate and maintain. The patented Air System raises the Cutting Deck to give you 15 tons of cutting pressure. Requiring no electricity or hydraulics, this die cutter operates off of 80-110 PSI of air pressure.Don't forget to ask about our custom die department. We can manufacture just about any custom die to your exact specifications.All Tippmann Machines come with a one year warranty on all parts and labor and a 30 day money-back guarantee.Attractive Tippmann Clicker FeaturesAir operated die cutting machines deliver tons of pressure at the touch of a button.NO electricity or hydraulics required. These machines operate off of 80-110 psi- need to attach an air compressorDie cut leather, fabric, gasket material, plastic, paper/card stocks, etc.Compact sizeLarge cutting capacityHeavy cast iron C frame construction permits side or front loading.Very low maintenance, with three moving parts (One Quick Exhaust and 2 button valves).Dual safety palm buttons -- OSHA COMPLIANT
  5. This is the Accucutter shear table set up, this is a 13 inch table the details of this machine are below as taken from the website specs on this item It will cut both metal and leather. I had to close down my business due to family issues and looking to sell off equipment to pay for major expenses. This machine is in great working condition. Just selling as a matter of closing the business. Located in Snellville, ga, just outside of atlanta, prefer pick up or meet up to deliver, as this item is heavy retails for 1295.00 asking 750.00 or best offer please contact me a michelletherrien92416 @ gmail.com if you are interested Model 4001 Heavy Duty Guillotine Shears The 4001 Guillotine Shears are classic guillotine style bench shears that offer the precision, flexibility and ease of use required by the most demanding operators. The 4001 is available in either 7" or 13" size and the new 19" size. The 13" shear is available with air power. (Click here to go directly to the section on air power.) The 13" version has been in production since 2002. It was reviewed by Stephen Spence for the Engravers Journal. He called it "...the best shear in the industry." Click here to read the complete review by Stephen Spencer in the September 2006 issue of Engravers Journal. At first the 4001 series appears to be identical to the original 3001 series designed and developed by Accucutter® for light weight materials. The 4001, however, is substantially different having been strengthened to enable it to cut .080" aluminum and other heavy materials. The improvements include the following: ● Use of steel. All aluminum has been removed from the cutting action of the shear. In addition the end plates of the shear now are made from plate steel. ● Strengthened upper blade guides. The front and back upper blade guides are machined as a unit from a single piece of steel. ● Upper and lower blade supports. In addition to making both the top and bottom blade holders out of steel, stiffeners have been added to both blade holders of the 13" shear. ● Vertical blade attachment. Both the top and bottom blades are mounted vertically which is the strongest position. They are also set in milled pockets that provide a flat mounting surface and support the top edge of the blade. ● Interchangeable blades. The top and bottom blades for metal are identical. ● Top blade adjustment. Many heavy duty shears require that the frame be loosened in order to adjust the bottom blade. On the 4001 the bottom blade is in a fixed position. As a result, the 4001 shear frame does not need to be loosened to adjust the bottom blade and remains tight and adjusted. The top blade is adjusted by the use of pressure plates on the front and back of the top blade holder. ● Aluminum Bronze pressure plates. The four pressure plates that are used to align/adjust the upper blade are made from an aluminum bronze alloy that has great resistance to wear and abrasion. ● Oil impregnated bronze bushings. The main pivot points of the shear action have oil impregnated bronze bushings for long wear and ease of maintenance. Flip-Up Hold-Down Accucutter®’s exclusive “Flip-Up Hold-Down” is standard. When in the down position, it not only is a finger guard, but it also automatically applies pressure to the material to facilitate smooth, accurate cutting. When necessary, the hold-down may be flipped up out of the way to permit easy access to the blades. Movable Handle The shear handle may be installed on the left or right of the shear enabling right handed and left handed operators to use the same shear. Precision Drop-Off Bar The Precision Drop-Off Bar is full width and is an invaluable aid for making accurate, repetitive cuts. It is mounted to the top blade carrier. In this position it moves up and down with the top blade. It is above the material and doesn't interfere with the material as it falls away from the shear after it is cut. It slides on two alignment rods and is locked in position by turning a knob on each rod. Step Ruler The typical ruler is a stamped piece of thin metal. The ruler from Accucutter® is machined from a solid piece of steel. There are six separate steps involved in its manufacture with the last being a precision grinding of the front edge to insure that the ruler is straight and true. Because of its thickness, it is very stable, and the edge will not lift or distort allowing material to slide underneath the ruler. Lastly, the ruler is stepped to place the measuring edge close to the work surface for easier reading. The ruler is graduated in 1/16th's of an inch. Shear Capacity: · Aluminum................................................. .080" · Half-Hard Brass....... .......... ...................... .050" · Flexible Plastic......................................... .125" · Mild Steel................................................. .035" Size & Weight: · 13" Model · Size: 26"L x 20"W x 12.5"H (Without handle) · Weight: Approximately 100 lbs.
  6. This is a Chandler Fringe Cutting Machine Model 802. You don't see these come up very often! Please let me know if you have any questions. $2250.00 OBO
  7. WBT-1 electric scissors one professionally designed tool for cutting leather ,it is super easy with the right tools. Certain types of cordless scissors resemble traditional scissors and are used the same way, but the added power makes cutting nearly effortless.also WBT-1 electric scissors come in a sleeker design than regular scissors and are often able to be used interchangeably between the right and left hand.
  8. 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
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