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  1. Hello, I was searching about leather and found this page, it looks pretty cool and I'll have to keep it in mind for future questions and ideas! I'm rather new to leather working and am wondering if I can stamp on dyed veg tanned leather. Trying to make guitar straps for Christmas for my brothers and if I can eliminate the dying process that would make life easier. Thanks much!
  2. Hello Everyone! This is my first time submitting something here and it just so happens to be my first piece of leather carving I've done. It is a pattern from Jim Linnell. Please critique the carving and stamping and let me know what I can do better and how I can do it. Also, I would appreciate some tips on getting even and correct color dying. This dye is supposed to be Fiebling's Light Brown.
  3. KWIKPRINT Model 55, Hot Foil Leather Stamping Machine, Excellent Working Condition - meticulously stored and cared for. A regrettable sale, however, between work + young kids, I don't have time to use the machine like it deserves. Its had minimal use and is in near perfect condition. Included with the machine, are all parts and accessories as shown in the pictures, including step down transformer, basic leather crafting tools + spare foil and some leather off-cuts. Has original instruction manual. Photos show the indicator light for heating in progress and the temperature gauge from 0°F to 200°F. *** A 104 piece custom made font set can be sold individually, however, I'd prefer to sell as a package. The font set is brass in York Font 24pt. I had this custom made in the UK and cost over $1,000 *** I will sell as a package for $3,199 which is excellent value as I'm in the process of moving house and would like a quick sale, therefore, price accordingly. I'm also willing to throw in the workbench at no additional cost (for local pickup only). Dimensions of the machine are 52cm x 52cm x 60cm. Weight approx. 20-25kgs. Those who have a passion for leather work will know how rare these machines are to come by in Australia. Pick up from Broadview, SA. Prefer to sell locally, however, will ship interstate or overseas at the purchaser's expense. Feel free to message me if you require any further information.
  4. Am I crazy or is $40 for a James Linnell 1/2" stamp seem a bit steep for a single stamp? I thought Tandy was bad at $27 for their top of the line stamps... Is there an alternative source for the dragon scale patterns? If I were to spend that much on a single stamp, I would end up stamping EVERYTHING with it to justify the cost... LOL
  5. Hellow everyone i opended the online shop! if you want to use world best hot stamping machine , contact to me anytime www.hotstampingmachine.com my shop!
  6. Hi, Leathercraft is a new hobby for me, so I'm acquiring tools as I go. My first set of leather stamps just came in, and I'm itching to use them. The project I have on the bench right now is a checkbook cover made from a 5 oz veg tan. It is coming together nicely, but a border stamp would look great on it. I've already dyed the leather. (Fiebing's pro dye if that matters.) Am I too far along in the process to add that stamping? I dont want to ruin what I've already done, but I have the new tool itch Thanks
  7. Hey guys, Im looking to get some new geometric stamps and bevelers as the ones i acquired a while are of poor quality and im just not getting a defined stamp out of them now. Ideally looking for some geometric stamps that are a bit "different" as well. Are there any suggestions on where i could purchase stamps that will send to Australia or New Zealand? have had a look on Tandy Thanks
  8. Hey guys, I am in need of some advice, I have been working on a 22 x 22 chessboard for a buddy of mine. I am using Chahin Weaver veg. tan 5-6 oz. leather. I went ahead and used clear packing tape on the back and now I have cut all my lines and cut a 1 1/2 rose border. but now all of the edges and borders are beginning to warp or curl up. Honestly, its beginning to look like a giant valet tray lol. I still have a lot of stamping to go, should I just continue with tooling or should I remove tape and glue it to cardboard? I would appreciate the help? What would you guys do in my situation? Frank
  9. Brand new forum member here, I am curious about the business etiquette when bidding a custom stamping job. I have a potential client who wants a series of leather cupholders and coasters with their logo stamped on it. The custom stamp I am looking at is about $100, and it will be a small job, I'm guessing under 50 pieces total to start, with option to restock ongoing since it is for a friend's coffee company that I also work for. The fact that I work for them, and that we are friends, gives me a unique opportunity to approach cost sharing options to start up the equipment costs. However, I don't want to rely on this relationship to do something strange or unusual in the leather business model. Does anyone ever ask to split the cost for a custom stamp up front, or is it more professional to work the cost of the stamp into the per piece price? Thanks in advance for any insight here! I'm exited to engage with the forum, I've been an occasional lurker here for years.
  10. I am looking for a stamping font for a set of Rodeo Queen Chaps. Similar to this pic. Any help would be appreciated.
  11. This is a Harbor Freight Arbor press modified by a professional machine shop to accept Tandy dies. The ram and anvil were drilled out to accept Tandy dies, and a thumb screw was added to the ram to lock the top die in place. The anvil is spot welded (no longer turns) to hold proper alignment for the dies. In addition, it works incredibly well for 3D stamps, letter stamps, etc. I will include a metal plate you can place over the anvil for doing 3D stamping. I would put the leather on the metal plate, position the stamp, then put the plate on the anvil to stamp. With packaging shipping weight will be around 40Lbs. Price will be $100 + shipping costs. Shipping costs will be roughly $25 for 5-7 days USPS or USPS Priority Mail is 2-3 days and would cost around $40. Will only ship to the United States. Message me with any questions. Thanks! arbor press-compressed.pdf arbor with dies-compressed.pdf arbor press ram-compressed.pdf
  12. I just came into some older tools from a saddle maker. There were a few home made ones mostly bevelers, quite a few old craft tools and the ones in the photo. Just curious if someone knows who may have made them.
  13. If we use a say oval shape to have a design say basketweave inside, how do we get nice sharp edges to the stamp design when only using a part of the stamp, i.e. angled stamp so it goes right up to the border line When I try it with a tilted stamp the end result is a sharp design at one end and fading all the way to where it's lifted
  14. From the album: IRONBRIDGEKOREA

    we looking the company can sell this machine. we can provide best price. +821028187903 cova80@naver.com
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    Had time to make a picture frame.
  16. 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?
  17. Just finished making these three bracelets, they’re pretty simple but a good chance for me to learn some stamping. Still not got the hang of it, especially bevelling the borders and getting enough depth for definition on the basketweave. But I can see why people like doing it. Sort of. The bracelets are two layers, a 2mm veg-tan shoulder for the tooling and a .8mm calfskin liner of the inside, glued and stitched together. Stitching straight lines is getting a bit easier, always going to need more practice there. Quite pleased with the burnishing on these. Feedback and critique is very welcome
  18. Hello all, Forgive me if this has been covered. I am sure it has been at some point. I am having some brass stamps made so I can do some hot stamping. I currently stamp my makers mark and some requested stamping patterns with a shop press. I am wanting to use an arbor press for accuracy in layout. I plan on buying something inexpensive and having a machine shop bore out the arbor for an insert. My question is does anyone known the thread size and pitch of the most commonly available dies for setting snaps/rivets etc. The insert I have made will be threaded as appropriate and I also want to advise my brass stamp maker on what size rod to make fit the brass stamps. If I am thinking right, the rod that the brass stamps thread onto could be the same size as the insert that will go into the bored hold and fasten with a set screw. The same bored hole will accept the insert that is tapped for the snap setting dies. Clear as mud? Any help you might offer is greatly appreciated as well as a source for good quality snap setter dies. I know Tandy sells them but non sure if they are worth buying or if there is a better option. Thanks in advance, Scott
  19. What do folks use for temporary backing for preventing stretch during carving/stamping/embossing of cased leather? Most of my work is < 3" wide and includes belts, straps and long narrow cases. Thanks! Bob
  20. I have a group of tools I am looking to sell as one lot. 19 pieces total. $50+ shipping. These are brand new tools. I may have used a couple of them once. They are in great condition and ready for use! Email me Rachael@heavyleathernyc.com I can send more photos if you need. Another photo....
  21. Hi forum! It's been a long while, but I figured I would post a couple pics of a holster I made recently for an XD. It was fun making it, not happy with the way the tooling came out, but the customer liked it-- I guess that's what really matters. This is the 2nd holster I made, so any feedback on the tooling or if you have a comment about it, please let me know! Thanks for viewing, -JW
  22. I’m here to confess my curiosity about Stricking / Tooling Sticks, along with my lack of knowledge about them. I am hoping this community can help me to understand the construction and use of these sticks so I can reproduce one or two for myself. I am very excited to try tooling with one. I have some these sticks that similar to a maul. Others I’ve seen are 18” to 20” long. Some with both ends square and a handle in between, others with square end and tapered to the opposite end. I’m somewhat confused as to the use of the longer version. Questions: 1). Is the extra length just there for counter balance? Also used like a maul? 2). Or is the extra length used of the lever point, using it and the elbow resting on the table as the pivot point? I have purchase enough Katalox I believe to make a long and a short version, but need your help/input before I can make the first cut. Thank you Tane
  23. A friend from out of state has offered to sell me an old kwikprint press that he picked up years ago but never used. He says that it heats up fine but that's all he knows about it. I looked into parts for it and they are expensive. Can anyone tell from the photo if this machine is complete and what would be a fair price for it? Any insight would be appreciated.
  24. I hope this isn't a redundant question but I have been researching for two days and can't find answer. What determines the direction (down to the right or down to the left) of the basketweave? Or is there only one correct direction? Hope this question makes sense to someone out there and thank in advance for any advice. Paul
  25. Hey guys, my name is Ben Sharrett and I'm new to the forum. Ive been doing leatherwork for about 6 months now and recently purchased some buffalo leather to make some coasters out of. Upon receiving the leather I noticed it had a very shiny coating on it that has prevented me from stamping with a hammer or burning with a heating source. I also tried sanding the finish off of some pieces and it still didn't work well. Is there anything I can do in order to be able to use my custom stamps on these? Thanks! Ben
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