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  1. Interested in selling a United Shoe Machinery Company ICM-C leather clicker, used in late 70s and early 80s by my father who made fire bellows for LL Bean. I last saw it up and running in 2015 but have not tried to run it since. Haven’t located a manual for it. Research shows the machine is from 1958, stamped ICM-901. Located in WI northwoods. I’ll help load anyway I can. Also have 500+ feet of Swiss chocolate Heritage leather, grade TR-X and other bellows-making material. Originally purchased from Cudahy Tanning Company out of Cudahy, WI which merged with Prime Tanning Company out of Maine in 2007.
  2. Basically brand new. I used it a total of 3 times. Realized it was too industrial for my needs. Features a D-2 steel blade and can be hand-cranked or motorized for optimal control. Top of the line industrial Leather Splitter. Drive Unit with Reversible Motor. Features D-2 Steel Blade Drive Unit with Reversible Motor Weight: 300 lbs. (136.08 kg)
  3. Lightly used Mighty Wonder clicker press and sturdy, adjustable height workbench for sale! Both pieces in great shape. Asking $1,200 for the pair together. The press was originally $1,500, and the workbench was over $300. The workbench has a solid butcher block top, with holes drilled for the clicker to bolt securely through the surface. Very sturdy and heavy duty, it's been a great set-up. Pick up in Memphis, TN.
  4. Strong, reliable workhorse 20 ton hydraulic click press for sale. This machine has been in almost daily use in our shop, has been regularly professionally serviced, and is in great shape. The only trouble it's given us has been the occasional relay switch wearing out. Asking $5000 CDN If you're interested, or have questions about the machine, please shoot me a message. Thanks. Specs as follows: 220 v / 3 phase Bed 20" x 40" Head 24" x 18" Overall Depth - 34" Overall Width - 40" Overall Height - 66" Weight 2000 lbs Located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  5. We are selling the machinery from a company that made leather horse halters and dog collars. He had a pretty big operation and ran the business as long as he could. I am attaching a brochure here with pictures and pricing. If you see anything you are interested in, just let me know. We must sell everything. Leather Equipment Brochure - Pictures and Pricing.pdf
  6. I am in southern California (Anaheim) selling 2 used clicker press in good condition. looking to get $1,500 for each or $2,500 for the pair. DM for all inquires on the machine. Below is a video of a identical machine running. I can provide pictures and anything else needed
  7. Hello, I am selling a shoe repair oven with infrared lamps used to revive the glue, as new (used only a few times). Heating temperature at 45°C in ~5 minutes. My price: 140 GBP. Retail price is around 450 GBP, check below: http://www.bicifestival.it/lavorazione-artigianale-pelle-bdd-1_26/forno-a-raggi-infrarossi-per-calzature-jlrhqclq-odd-1903.html The item will be shipped from Romania. For UK the shipping cost is 30 GBP. For other countries I will check best shipping option at request. The item is listed also on ebay: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Infrared-oven-for-shoemaking-repair-FORNO-A-RAGGI-INFRAROSSI-PER-CALZATURE/233017359077 If interested, please let me know. Best regards, George
  8. Just wanted to share this one: Protons stitcher, exceptional 2 needle system, one from up, one from down below the stitching plate. Used for heavy footwear like military boot uppers. Up for sale minutes from my place. I don't have space anymore...
  9. I have a Tandy 32418-00 Imprinting Machine with a lot of attachments. Before I put it on Ebay, I would like to offer it up here. What would be a fair price?
  10. THIS is s stitching machine! This was used in production for the backseat on tall bootlegs of heavy military and riding boots. Pay attention on the direction of the rolling foot! Not sure if on this photo you can guess the actual size of this machine, but a normal patcher would look tiny next to it...
  11. Hi All, My name is Sonya and I'm new to this site and forum. The company that I work for just purchased a FAV AV2 Skiver. We have messed up the original settings on the machine and now I am unable to skive. Originally when we bought the machine it was skiving great. However, when we started using different types of leather, we had to adjust the feed roller, foot pedal etc. Since making these accommodations for the different leathers, we are unable to feed the leather through as well as it's not skiving. When I do get the blade to engage to skive, it eats the leather. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you, Sonya
  12. I am looking for a sewing machine that can handle a minimum of 1/2" thick of leather but can also do a small thickness of leather. so far I have been looking at the Cowboy 3200, but I would like to know some other alternatives(preferably less than $1700). Please help, Im a little lost when it comes to this stuff. Thanks, Payton
  13. Adler, Camoga, Fortuna, Galli, Krause Industrial Machinery Located in North Florida, this leather company is consolidating their inventory and I am helping sell the items. The equipment included is brand new, or like new, indoors/factory kept, European machinery. - Pay by cash, check or bank wire. Credit Cards will be accepted, a 3% transaction fee will be added. - Pick up items in person or arrange your own pick up/delivery/shipping. - DM me for more information, to answer specific questions or additional photos. - Images can be viewed by following this link: Flickr Images We have the following machines for sale: (1) Adler Sewing Machine - $4,180 (2) Adler Handbag Sewing Machines - $3,080 each - German Made, includes Servo Motor and Table (2) Adler Sewing Machines - $1,980 each - German Made, includes Servo Motor and Table (2) Adler Sewing Machine - $1,870 each - German Made, includes Servo Motor and Table (1) Atom Clicker - $5,280 (1) Camoga 520 Splitter Automatic - $14,850 (2) Fortuna Bevel Machines - $1,980 each (1) Fortuna Bevel Machine - $2,970 (1) Fortuna Type UAF 470 Splitting Machine - $10,450 (1) Galli Stamping and Number Machine - $3,300 (1) Galli RCB Bag Trimming Machine - $6,600 (1) Galli R5L Belt Collector - $7,150 (1) Galli TGV20 Drying Tunnel - $3,300 (1) Galli FC2E Belt Polish and Paint Machine - $8,800 (1) Galli SM3 Bag Polishing Machine - $4,950 (1) Galli LCS2 Glazing Machine - $6,820 (1) Galli TCE 3000 Oil Pressure Punch Machine - $3,300 (1) Galli Srapy Booth - $4,950 (1) Krause Cardboard Cutter - $2,420 (1) Protos Type 1652 Linear Folding Machine - $3,300 (1) Protos Strap Cutter - $4,620 (1) Protos Folding Machine - $1,320 (1) Protos Type 680 Tracking Machine - $2,200 (1) SPS Automatic Stapler - $2,640 (1) Silvy Strap Cutter - $7,150
  14. Hello! I am a beginner shoemaker and have been trying to figure out an affordable and dependable way to sand and shape leather soles and heels. I purchased a harbor freight belt sander that broke down very quickly. Then I purchased a black and decker grinder that was modified by a shoemaker that exploded and almost took my eye out! Anyways, I would love to hear what people are using to shape leather that isn't a huge investment like the industrial ones but one I can use at home and feels safe. Can anyone recommend perhaps a better brand for a belt sander? Regards, Maia
  15. Have been tasked with cleaning and selling out an unused section of our warehouse that contained machinery from an old leather and textile business. I am working on cleaning the machines and making sure that they are running. Since there is a lot of machinery if there is anything in particular that you are interested in I will work on those machines first. Here is a link to the photos on dropbox https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tujdfwzdc9hkq83/AADFDTb6k00SsRpH4fdkeizda?dl=0
  16. Hi Folks in NYC, I am selling my Weaver Mighty Wonder 4 Ton Hand Clicker (local pickup only). I purchased this beauty a little over a year ago and she is in great working order. i am moving over seas and would rather sell that put in to storage. Please hit me up if you are in the New York area and would like to come check her out.
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  18. This thread is about the selection criteria for a leather goods workshop / production location. In my case I am keen to source a production site for messenger bags, weekenders and small travel goods from a workshop in Asia. I will bring veg tanned leather from Italy, Serafil thread and YKK Excella zippers, so in essence I need select a site based on design capability, available machinery and labor skills. I will be on site myself throughout the production cycle, but as a newbie, selecting a quality partner is tricky. Anyone with experience in this field? A guide to visiting workshops? What machinery ticks the box? Kind of questions to ask? A standard agreement form with details to tick off? Help is much appreciated.
  19. As a complete nooby, I've been reading the discussions on this forum for a long time. I'll be producing handbags, saddlebags, briefcases, portfolios, throw pillows, dog collars and leashes, among other things. I'll be using both chrome and veg tan. Lately, I've been assembling a list of bench and floor equipment for a shop. I'm trying to think ahead and cover as many likely situations as I can. My question is: What machinery do you find most useful, and what brands do you prefer? Please tell me about your favorite hand-operated, hydraulic, and electric equipment that you hold or have mounted on a bench or the floor. You can exclude sewing machines and small hand tools such as hand stamps and swivel knives. Thanks in advance for all your help. This forum is an amazing resource!!
  20. Cementer good working condition. $250 Will ship call (877)634-0052 for more info. Thanks David
  21. English Saddler Wanted *NO EXP NECESSARY*: USA saddle manufacturer located in Aiken, South Carolina, seeks an energetic, creative type for saddle making position. No experience necessary, training provided. Required skills should include carpentry, building, and any talents that might contribute to saddlemaking and related tasks such as; working with leather, wood and metal, leather working machinery, specialty tools, and many other dynamic responsibilities. Duties will include learning the saddlemaking trade, working with vendors and suppliers, and working to enhance our manufacturing processes. Very flexible, easy going company looking for the right individual to help expand our USA production. Warm climate and friendly small town atmosphere. Training and tools provided. We are in Aiken, South Carolina. www.mysaddle.com. Check us out and, if interested email inquiries only. Please no written submissions or phone calls.
  22. I'm in Commerce GA and re-starting my children's shoe business after way too many years. I still have my dies, got a good sewing machine, but had a tough time finding a reasonable clicker. I bought a used Tippmann, not good for what I need, so finally found a Schwabe on Ebay. It arrived the other day and it works! OLD baby clicker - only weighs about 500 lbs - flywheel, not hydraulic. I am chomping at the bit! My grandbabies need shoes!!! But the clicker starts, then doesn't stop. Continuous clicking until you turn it off. I've googled everything I could think of, can't find a machinist old enough to work on her, maybe someone here can advice? I am pretty good at taking directions. Glad to be on board - I've been here getting advice by reading for a while now, just can't get the leather bug out of my system!
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