This is a listing for custom designed Leather/Pottery stamps.
The images in this listing are examples only.
The example images are not for sale as they are custom to the craftsman that ordered it.
What you are ordering here is a made to order stamp from your artwork/photo/text.
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.
Every 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.
Each 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 it square.
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.
How to order.
Measure your artwork to find what dimension of stamp block best suits your image and your need.
Select that block size, add text or artwork, preferably as high a resolution as possible.
If you are in a rush, please let me know.
I will contact you from there
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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To ask a private question, click the "CONTACT US" link at the top and
email me. Otherwise use the "questions about this item" form.
If you wish to send me your artwork to see if it will work before ordering, attach it to an email using the contact us page.
What can I make for you?