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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. Just looking for any feedback on the machine. I know it is small with a 5" cutting area. Any input would be great. Thanks.
  3. 4" brass plough gauge. $350. Works well. We no longer need it. Will shine up nicely. Pick-up in Martinez, California in San Francisco Bay Area. Will ship add $15.
  4. For sale in Continental USA only. This is a used Randal model 132 strap cutter 14” wide. Please take note that this is a 110v Power machine. This machine is in good condition. Strap cutter is currently set up to cut 10 x 1” wide, 1 x 7/8” wide and 2 x 5/8” wide strips. Strap cutter has the safety clutch lever to engage cutting roller and has safety guard on front with guides, it does comes with instruction manual. Comes with machine, motor and table. Additional spacers and cutting knives available from Campbell-Randall. Shipping weight is about 200bs on pallet, I will palletize and pack this machine, you will need to arrange a shipper to pick it up. Asking $1400 Complete Reply through this forum or you may call the shop at 602-two69-zero202. Thanks for looking.
  5. Selling Must Go ASAP. SHOP CLOSED. RANDALL BELT CUTTER 14" Working Condition USED On Wheels Ready for Easy Move. Retails used $1500 on average. FALES LEATHER CLICKER MACHINE with ALL CLICKER WOODEN/METAL DIES/MOLDS & ANVIL on SIDE. Needs Motor , Machine weight is 1000 LBS. DIES alone retail over $1000 used. LOCATION DEARBORN MICHIGAN. ZIP CODE 48127 Send email for best contact. Serious Buyers only please.
  6. Attention! Today is the LAST day to order COWBOY SEWING MACHINES before prices go up 8% on Nov 1st due to tariffs! A lot of people have been waiting to order machines, hoping that there will be a black friday sale, or holiday discount. DON'T WAIT. Tomorrow, NOV 1st 2018, the tariffs are applied and the prices go up 8%. This increase is larger than any black friday discount that could be applied. We've put this off as long as possible, but it has to happen tomorrow. MAKE YOUR MOVE NOW! Come tomorrow, all the prices will increase. Since all of our thread is American Made, it will stay at $19/1lb cone. Alexander Blackhear President/Owner Solar Leather Machines www.solar-leather.com 817-422-9151
  7. Hey I've got a lot of equipment that is surplus at our family's leather shop. We're downsizing. We got some really nice good working equipment if your interested. We have rivet machines, clickers, strap cutters, dog collar tag stamp machines, hand presses. Really if you need something we probably have it. So just let me know if have any questions. We're located in Charlotte NC My name's Nate Balentine either message me here or call, text 7042357871
  8. The following Randall 132 Strap Cutter is for sale. Please Note: you need to send a PM MESSAGE, leatherworker.net notifies us via email as we do NOT check the postings daily or you can call, number listed below. For sale in Continental USA only. This is a used Randal model 132 strap cutter 14” wide. Please take note that this is a 110v Power machine. This machine is in good condition. Strap cutter is currently set up to cut 10 x 1” wide, 1 x 7/8” wide and 2 x 5/8” wide strips. Strap cutter has the safety clutch lever to engage cutting roller and has safety guard on front with guides, it does comes with instruction manual. Comes with machine, motor and table. Additional spacers and cutting knives available from Campbell-Randall. Shipping weight is about 200bs on pallet, I will palletize and pack this machine, you will need to arrange a shipper to pick it up. Asking $1200 Complete Reply through this forum or you may call the shop at 602-two69-zero202. Thanks for looking.
  9. I'm considering a strap cutter machine, but wanted to get opinions about the various machines out there. Here are the following machines I'm looking at: Weaver hand operated ($1900, 8" cutting capacity): http://www.weaverleathersupply.com/Catalog/ItemContent.aspx?ItemNumber=25364 Cobra AK-20 ($1995, 14" cutting capacity): http://www.leathermachineco.com/product/cobra-ak-20-leather-strap-cutting-machine/ Artisan AK-22 ($1890, 14" cutting capacity): http://www.artisansew.com/leathercuttingmachinesandclickers.html# Techsew 2020 ($1995, 20" cutting capacity): http://shop.raphaelsewing.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=731 Morpan ($2000 rebuilt, 12" cutting capacity): http://landisusa.com/us-en/starp-cutter-morpan.html I'm also curious on why all the pricing is almost identical when some have different cutting capacities, some come on a table, one is hand operated... Any and all information would be great!
  10. Looking for a 4", manual (hand-cranked), strap cutter such as Mast Hardware. Condition unimportant as long as I can repair it. I'm in MA and willing to travel to pick up. Thank you!
  11. I'm about to buy a whole side of 9-10oz veg tanned for a specific project, and I'm going to have to cut at least three long straps from it, 2" or 3" wide each. I'm sure not going to do it with scissors! So what's the best tool for the job? Can I get away with just a sturdy straight edge and my trusty rotary knife? Or should I get a strap cutter? Or, heck, should I just go for broke and get a draw gauge? I've heard there's such a thing as a plow (plough?) gauge that might work, too, but that they don't make them anymore? Let's limit this discussion to tools readily available on the market.
  12. I am essentially giving away these hand tools, caranuba wax, tiger thread, strap cutter, etc. Must take everything pictured. Over $300 total value.You pay $25.00 plus $15.00 shipping and it's yours.
  13. Hey all, I have a heritage draw gauge for sale. It's in great shape, the blade just needs sharpening. Letting it go because I don't use it much and figured someone else might like it! $30 includes US shipping. Ships from CT.
  14. Hi, I am in search of a used small strap cutter that can be hand cranked or motorized. Please reply here or send me an email, colette@purityleathergoods.com. much appreciation!
  15. I hope this is the correct area to post this. I am selling my Cobra AK-20 Strap cutting machine for $1800. I bought it new and it works great. It has 8 cutting blades. I have probably used it a dozen times. I don't really use it anymore and it is taking up room. I am located in Temple, Texas. Please respond to this if you are interested. Thank you and God bless.
  16. Saw this thing on Tandy site and liked it, cut wide straps on a firmly mounted tool. make fringe and lace.... Thanks Jim
  17. Hello all I have a nice little strap cutter for sale, it will do up to a four inch strap no problem. It is directional meaning you can flip a switch and it will cut either way. On the right side is a presser roller, this is very handy for laminating and gluing. The machine comes with all the spacers needed and five blades in great shape. Operates with a foot peddle so you can work hands free. This machine is heavy so if you would like it let me know where you are so I can tell you shipping cost. Im cleaning out the shop and have gotten away from making belts so i just dont need it any more.
  18. I bought this German Plough Gauge on a Norwegian auction site for 37$, when I received it today I could see it was a complete bargain. The lady who sold it had other tools for sale too, however they where all priced to "regular" used tool prices. It is a very well made tool, I had to sharpen up the knife because it had never been used/sharpened before. I did some research and found out it is made by M. Paffrath OH in Remsheid, Germany. The German company also make other leather tools like pliers and punches http://www.paffrath-remscheid.de/index_eng.html . The new price of this tool is more than 300 Euro, I almost feel bad about buying it that cheap. She obviously have not paid that much for it herself. I do not know the story behind it, perhaps she selling the tools for somebody who has past away; all other tools was priced correctly to what they was worth. This plough has an unusual attachment, some kind of material wedge that goes in a slot to the right of the blade. The purpose is either to reduce knife drag or to compress the leather against the material guide. It did not work at all with firm leather, perhaps it is intended for use on soft leather I do not know. Also the knife is set up in an inside angle against the material fence, I do not know if it is made like this intensionally or by mistake. German tool makers seldom makes mistakes, and it cuts leather very well. The knife is exactly like a Blanchard knife and fit their plough as well. I do not like the guides locking screw, it makes the tool look cheap. They should have been using something better than this thin screw, it was also bent when I got it. A other detail i do not like is how the knife is attached, it might be practical but look cheap compared to the other tools. It is clearly inspired by the Blanchard tool, with some improvements it could have been a alternative to it too. This tool is not molded in one piece of brass like the Blanchard is, the ruler and the knife base is made in two parts that is either glued or soldered together. All parts on this tool looks like they are made in a CNC machine, on a Blanchard plough all parts are molded. The German tool is all solid brass an weight 875 grams, when the Blanchard is made lighter. I do believe lighter is better, when these tools mostly is lifted by their knife handles. This reduce the risk of the knife blade to break off in the attachment slot, as they used to do with the older tools heavier frame. The knifes look the same, however the Blanchard has thicker steel. A 15 cm Blanchard plough with one blade costs 319 Euro before tax and this one costs 245. Still I would rate the Blanchard as a better tool for the money. I attach pictures of the tool with and without the wedge. Compared to a 10 cm. Blanchard and compared to a 15 cm Mayer Flamery of the older French pattern. Not much has happened in hundred years, old is still the best. I am interested in knowledge or opinions about the wedge and the tool in general. In advance thanks. Tor
  19. I'm considering a strap cutter machine, but wanted to get opinions about the various machines out there. Here are the following machines I'm looking at: Weaver hand operated ($1900, 8" cutting capacity): http://www.weaverleathersupply.com/Catalog/ItemContent.aspx?ItemNumber=25364 Cobra AK-20 ($1995, 14" cutting capacity): http://www.leathermachineco.com/product/cobra-ak-20-leather-strap-cutting-machine/ Artisan AK-22 ($1890, 14" cutting capacity): http://www.artisansew.com/leathercuttingmachinesandclickers.html# Techsew 2020 ($1995, 20" cutting capacity): http://shop.raphaelsewing.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=731 Morpan ($2000 rebuilt, 12" cutting capacity): http://landisusa.com/us-en/starp-cutter-morpan.html I'm also curious on why all the pricing is almost identical when some have different cutting capacities, some come on a table, one is hand operated... Any and all information would be great!
  20. Hi guys, I have Leather Machine Co's Cobra Strap Cutter, which works great, but I'm looking for a machine that would allow me to cut through an entire hide at once and possibly two hides at the same time. Anyone familiar with an industrial machine that could handle this? It would probably need a working width of around 6 feet. Almost all of the strap cutters I've seen appear to be variations on the Cobra. It looks like the only machine that would be able to handle full hides is something like Gerber's Taurus system, but I figured it was worth asking here. Thanks!
  21. Hey guys, this is my first post. I need your expertise. I went with a thicker leather ( 12 oz ) to make some straps and the wooded Tandy strap cutter couldnt keep up. I snapped off like 3 blades just to make 1 strap. I dont mind spending money on on nice one. Which model/brand do you guys recommend that'll mow through 12-14 oz consistently. Ive looked at the Master on Weaver leather as well as the CS OSbourn model 51.5. Thanks in advance
  22. Hey guys, after some thought I decided to go with the weaver hand operated strap cutter. My business is basically all straps. My question is on the spacers. I understand that the spacers are all 1/16 short to accomodate the blade width of 1/16. I cant get my head around the math. If I want a 1 & 1/2 in strap, I use the 1 inch spacer ( minus the 1/16 ) , 1/2 in spacer ( minus 1/16 ) and a true 1/16 spacer. That still leaves me minus 1/16? After I account for the blade, it should be a true 1 & 1/2 in strap. BUT.....therers 2 blades. Im so confused.. Is 1 blade 1/32? SO 2 would be 1/16?ANd what if I want a 4 in strip...Doesnt the 1 in spacer * 4 net me a minus 1/4. how many true 1/16 do I need to fill in the gap including the blade widht. Am I over thinking this? Thanks. You guys have been great.
  23. Does anyone want to sell a machine like the Cobra AK 20?
  24. Well the other brain cell died from loneliness so I need some help please. A while back I saw a modifiction to a wooden strap cutter where someone(?) used a cardboard shim to help cut straight. The shim went on the handle and angled the depth guage somehow. I have spent whours looking and can't find it. Can anyone remember where this hint is? Sure appreciate the help, cataracts fixed..now I can see, just don't remember what I saw!! LOL Thanks again everyone
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