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Leatherwork embossing plates

Discussion in 'Group Buys' started by spandit, May 6, 2012.

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  1. mountainm

    mountainm Full Member

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    I have to say I had my doubts but that's worked well!
     
  2. Gazo

    Gazo Need to contact Admin...

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    I used a arbor press on mine, the section on my press is one inch square so gives a nice even pressure on the stamp. Just stamped my first item for a customer :)
     
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    Chiseller Bushcrafter through and through

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    Mine arrived yesterday , sorry I haven't acknowledged, been in bed for 24hrs :eek:
    Looks good, I'll have a go with it toneet. Gud elth for sticking with this :cool::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:

    Sent from my HTC One X using Tapatalk 2
     
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    spandit Bushcrafter through and through

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    Hope you're feeling better, glad it arrived.
     
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    crosslandkelly A somewhat settled

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    Got mine this morning. It's great. Thanks for all your hard work, Cheers.
     
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    Big thanks to Spandit for sorting this one, I know it's not been easy and quite technical but they are really good.

    Thanks big man
     
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    Got to be honest I really didn't think this one would work, but I'll take my hat off to you, nice work. I've got a load of lead type down the shed, might make up a couple of words and see how that comes out.
     
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    As said already, thanks Spandit for all of your effort on this, and Jack for doing my design. Delivered my first knife and sheath with the new stamp on last night, it worked a treat and looked great. Cheers chaps
     
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    Finally had a chance to play with my stamp, damn it looks good. Excellent find on the company Spandit, superb engraving and detail. I didnt think the eye detail would come out as well. Now thinking my more detailed design would have worked.

    Anyway, here's a pic, I'm well chuffed.

    [​IMG]

    Might get a series done of designs I have in mind.
     
  11. mountainm

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    I'd be up for more if we were to run another. Like yourself I held back on the detail a little.
     
  12. spandit

    spandit Bushcrafter through and through

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    Looks great, Jack. Anyone else interested in running another GB? :)
     
  13. luckylee

    luckylee On a new Journey

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    I'm sort of glad in a way that mine were no good, as it got me to do another group buy, and mine will land in the next few days can't wait.
    had a lot more space to play with, to be honest lads you are better to just do it between say 2 or 3 if you, as you can mess about a bit mote with the desighn.
    so some good came out of this for me in the end.
    so I'm thank full for that.
     
  14. jackcbr

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    Sorry mate, I've seen the stress Spandit went through, don't think I'll be doing a group buy any time soon. But if I can't fill up a sheet myself, I'll drop you a pm
     
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    wanderinstar On a new journey

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    Don't supose you will be doing another group buy?
     
  16. spandit

    spandit Bushcrafter through and through

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    Hmmm... possibly. Is there much more interest?
     
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    Id be interested too!!
     
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    Big Stu 12 Full Member

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    I am interested as well.. :)
     
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    Midnitehound Silver Trader

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    This has sparked my interest.
     
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