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  1. Anyone looking for high quality brass buckles (for leather belts), small buckles for watch straps, saddlery items and customized hardware in a variety of finishes? Get in touch with Global Metal Company, a reliable manufacturer of bronze and brass hardware, which accepts small production runs and customized orders for items.
  2. Hello All! I recently moved cross country, and my new studio no longer has room for this industrial strap cutter machine by artisan. New was $1890, Im asking $950 OBO, willing to negociate! This is a workhorse if you make belts or need straps in any large quantities where manually is just too much. Model is AK-22 (see photos). I live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, pick only please Only thing missing is the plexiglass guard, as it got cracked in the move.
  3. My first item... planning to sell it online Made from Veg Tan Top Grain Leather, strap 4mm, bag 2.8mm What should be the price range for such an item? Please let me know what you think! https://www.instagram.com/drkrm.berlin/
  4. Not sure if anyone has seen this tool on the Arizona Belt Company page - wondering if anyone has one or would know where to get one?
  5. Hermann Oak British Brown belt straps, need to sell, Very nice sheen, Not the color I use, - 1.5 inch width black edge belt straps, 10-12 oz., 3.90/ft. 1.25 inch width black edge belt sraps, 10-12 oz., 3.50/ft. Straps up to 9 feet, shipping via priority mail actual cost.
  6. LiftPig

    Glove Strap

    A glove strap I made for a guy in my department. Pretty happy with how it turned out. Critique welcome.
  7. For sale used Randall NSB beveling machine $2900. The machine is in El Paso Tx. buyer pays for the shipping. No international shipping. Sold as-is. Items on the table are not included. I also have an older one for $1500. A new machine at Randall Campbell cost around $5000. Email me for more info. ricksaulg@aol.com
  8. I am beginner, just starting my hobby craft on leather, got few basic tools and materials including a sheet of leather. There are few things I want to know first 1. leather sheet looks bit old. Surface doesn’t have its original finish it is little dull. How to restore it? Needs to be treated before cut it or after. What kind of tools and materials can be used?
  9. I'm watching the work of a few of my online peers and noticing that they are going to great lengths to stitch up straps and casework, but not really lining the leather and not for obvious structural or assembly reasons. I've certainly stitched my share of works but only if I was lining a piece or making a connection and on the rarest of occasions for an aesthetic effect. Does anybody else on these forums do this? Is there some function other than "looks"? Particularly the straps---does stitching prevent stretching and loss of shape over time? Thanks for your thoughts. Mike
  10. Recently got this one, dirt cheap compared with the value... guess what that is?
  11. I've been commissioned to make a shoulder holster for a throwing axe. I have the carrying case figured out, but I need help with the actual strap parts (mainly measurements and pattern). Every time I google "shoulder holster" (or variations of such), I get plenty of ideas for gun holsters, but not the attaching rig. Does anyone have a basic set-up?
  12. Hi all Another question about this cursed backpack of mine. I'm currently sampling the straps and because of the stiffness of the saffiano, it's totally crushing the nice dunlop foam I've used to try to pad them a bit. So then I tried to add some footware foam that I bought but that is even worse. It's so hard that I may as well not have padded it. Plus the nice foam is pretty much non-existent again. Not to mention, when I use the thick foam, I get a load of really awful crinkling happening on the back of the strap. Because of the coating on this leather, I'm worried that it will crack and peel off fairly quickly, which won't please my client. Does anyone have any recommendations of what else I could try to use? I'm thinking some thick felt might not compress too much but I haven't the foggiest where to get some in Singapore. Might have to do a run around Chinatown or make some calls at lunch tomorrow to see if anyone will sell me a bit. Thanks again! Betty
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. Hi Everyone! I am looking for tips on how to most efficiently construct a long (~45"), skinny (5/8") two layer strap out of upholstery leather. So far I have been folding over a large piece of leather and gluing the flesh sides together, then cutting a straight edge, then cutting to width, then sewing around the whole thing. The thing is, it has been hard to get a nice clean cut edge, and very hard to cut a consistent width down the length of the strap. Anyone have a different method I could try? Also, I've been using water based leather adhesive - should I be using contact cement instead? Thank you! Juliette
  16. JLSleather


    Brown drum dyed Wickett/Craig leather in 7/8 oz. Firm leather, dyed but no finish, so you can use as is or dye darker. Tight grain front and back. 5 straps 1 1/2" wide straps are about 48-49" long. I'll get a pic here shortly... 4 same color, one just a bit different shade. All 5 for $65, and I'm paying shipping in U.S. Looking for more than this? Send me a message ... I'm still digging out / cleaning.. and there's probably more in there somewhere
  17. Hi Everyone! I have been working on my strap edges for a while now, and I'm still frustrated with the result! I still get some fraying here and there that feels rough on my shoulder. I am looking for a Filson-like supple finish, as seen in the photo below. Anyone have any tips or do you know how they achieve this result? Are these straps burnished and painted or do they use paint and an electric creaser? Thanks very much in advance for your input!
  18. Hi! I am young leatherworker from Finland. I made this video couple months ago. Check it out and comment what do you think about it. Straps are made of 2mm veg tanned leather. https://youtu.be/S4LQWJQhkbI
  19. I have brand new latigo leather straps for sale. There is a limited quantity available which I'm trying to get sold as soon as possible so I've priced them a $9 each plus shipping. From what I've researched that is 40% off what you would pay for them on Amazon or Ebay. The measurements are 72 inches long by 1/2 wide. Color is brown. All are new. I have 76 is stock. If you purchase multiple straps they will be combined into one flat shipping and handling payment. I'm not a leather expert, just a commodities man moving some product but I'll do everything I can to answer any questions you may have. These were acquired from a retired leather/furniture maker. Payments are made through secure PayPal and can be purchased through my site or third party vendors. If they are purchased through my site and you order 10 or more I will ship USPS free of charge anywhere in the U.S.A. check them out at: www.givezees.com (my site) or http://www.amazon.com/gp/aag/main/ref=olp_merch_name_2?ie=UTF8&asin=B0056ZSHTA&isAmazonFulfilled=0&seller=A28AP9BV8VA02U email me with any questions and I'll do my best to tell you what I know. latigo@givezeesdotcom Thanks!
  20. Hello, I've looked at Aliexpress, Alibaba, Google searches, but cannot find 16mm x 10mm slip keepers (or keeper loops)- in metal, not plastic, for small dog collar. Would anyone have an idea where a supplier might be hiding? Thanks so much! =o)
  21. I have been collecting watches for some time now. From collecting watches came collecting watch straps. I realized how easy it was to construct a NATO or a Zulu type watch strap and then I decided to try it on my own. After a few attempts of these easier types of straps I decided to kick it up a notch and try some stitching. I really enjoy the results and people on Instagram seem to be enjoying it as well. I plan on opening and Etsy store soon and selling my new found hobby. Let me know what you guys think. I've only been leatherworking for about two months now, but it has taken me over! Thanks!!!
  22. Hi everyone. I am a design and I am working with a leather worker in Lancaster on some watch bands. He is using some kind of sealant on the edges of the strap that he applies with a spongy brush. This room for error means sometimes he gets the finish on the top surface of the straps. I've been to a space that makes watch straps and they used this little plastic tray. I am trying to identify what it is called exactly? It has a wheel with teeth that picks up a liquid gum or dye. The straps edges are rolled along this wheel and the liquid (pink in the photo) is applied to the edges. In the photo the little tray is shown in it's two pieces, they stack on top of each other. Have been searching for a few days and would like to buy one for my leather guy to use on future strap runs. I included a photo below, if it's too small I uploaded it also here: http://imgur.com/u9saCTF
  23. 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
  24. Hi All, Please help! I'm going bonkers here. I just got some black Wickett and Craig english bridle leather and it's not struck through. I would like to dye the edges black but am seeking some advise from those who have done this before on bridle. Did you use oil or spirit based dye? Then sealed with beeswax then resolene? or just sealed with beeswax? I have tried spirit dye, then beeswax, but am still getting dye rub off. This would be for a handbag with shoulder strap, so wet (rain, sweat) on straps + clothes is not a combo I want to worry about. Also, on the grain side of this bridle leather, it's coming off with a cloth...does this mean it was a bad dye job? I seem to remember on their site it specifically says that this leather does not need a finish. Thanks.
  25. Good morning. I have bought a building which had up until 3 years ago been operated as a leather shop. It has riveting machines, punch out machines, cutting machines, skiving machines, pretty much everything needed to manufacture horse halters, leashes. leads, etc. It not only has all the machinery, it has 1,000's of pieces of hardware (rivets, caps, o-rings, d-rings, square rings, buckles in numerous sizes (brass and nickel plated), most of the buckles, if not all, are made by a company called North & Judd. There is also 1,000's of pieces of hardward like snaps, latches, swivels, snap bolts, etc. And not to mention the 1,000's of pieces of inventory like chains for leashes, horse halters, dog collars, strips of leather which were never finished...well you get tthe idea. If anyone is interested in some of this, please let me know. We have just begun loading some of this stuff on eBay, but if someone in the business can use it that would be great. I am going to begin a Drop Box page with some of the pictures and will post an update shortly with that link. Thank you.
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