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Author Topic: How to stamp/engrave brass and other softer metals.  (Read 5094 times)
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« on: October 05, 2012, 11:26:57 am »

This is mostly photos for now, but I can answer questions until I get the actual document done.

here are the photos of the items I made.

Fake rivet maker

and what the fake rivets look like in red brass



shape die (a paisley or half of a yin-yang if you prefer)

slightly different angle to show the depth or lack thereof.

and what it does.

(I have a curved line also but I will post it in a day or so along with photos of the next die I am going to make as well)

all of these were made on my lathe as blanks mostly (except the anvil and die for the rivet maker)
to fit my sheetmetal holepunch. I can not guarantee they will not damage the tool but so far they seem to not be having any effect on it. (I have applied a lot more pressure punching through 3mm aluminum and .020" titanium sheet so...)

the tool I am applying these to:
http://www.wttool.com/index/page/product/product_id/9560/product_name/Power+Hole+Hand+Punch+Kit+%28WT%29&update_continue_shopping=true

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« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2012, 12:39:22 pm »

That`s a great tool.
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« Reply #2 on: October 05, 2012, 01:14:55 pm »

Interesting.  I don't often work with thin sheet, but looking forward to learning more about how to do it.  Thanks.
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