This is a listing for a Laser cut Molon Labe Washington Leather/Pottery stamp.
Some images are from when I was using a Mill and are low resolution. I don't make them that way anymore.
When I make your stamp
with a laser it will be improved. If the image is a drawing, then I
haven't made one yet.
What you are ordering here is a made to order stamp.
These stamps are cut with an industrial laser with a resolution of 0.1mm (0.004").
The stamp depth of cut is 0.120" deep so that the stamp block does not leave a mark on thick leather.
The stamp walls use a swept fillet to reinforce the walls.
stamp is tested in a 1-ton arbor press. I have yet to break one, and I
'lean' on it.
Before I started using a press I would test the stamp in cased
leather placed on concrete and wack it with a 1 lb ball-peen hammer
without leaving a dent or breaking any part of the stamp. A press gives
me more control than a hammer.
Besides, I'm not very accurate with a hammer.
Each stamp is 3" tall so that it can be used with a dead-blow
hammer, a mallet, or an arbor press.
stamp blank is faced on both ends with a CNC mill before it goes in the
laser so that the band saw tracks are removed from the ends and to make
The stamps are made from Delrin, a very strong acetyl homo-polymer commonly used in making gears.
For more information check out my web site for a paper I wrote on using Delrin for leather stamps
All stamps carry the Made in Montana USA logo laser etched into the side of the block.
Who is Vollkommen Enterprises LLC?
A Montana registered LLC
Registered Member in the "The Made in Montana USA" Program which is
part of Office of Trade & International Relations in the Business
Resources Division the of the Montana Department of Commerce.
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