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DYRABREST Leather Imprinting Machine Embossing Stamp Leather Pun

$61

DYRABREST Leather Imprinting Machine Embossing Stamp Leather Pun

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Product description

Size:Not Includes PP plate, Aluminum plate with scale

All the products are shipped from US warehouse(CA or NJ)!
All the products are shipped from US warehouse(CA or NJ)!
All the products are shipped from US warehouse(CA or NJ)!

Features:
✔ Low operating noise
✔ With labor-saving spring
✔ Safe operation, machine stamping instead of beating prongs with a hammer
✔ With different accessories to achieve multi-function
✔ Quick installation and easy operation
✔ Max 160Kg of pressure (down force) to good stamping effect

Specifications:
Toothed rack width: 22mm
Die hole diameter: 11mm(M12 screw thread)
Bottom plate big round hole diameter (feeding hole): 27mm
Drill chuck clamping range: 1.5-13mm
Machine pillar lifting height: 0-16CM
Max machine pressure( downforce): less or equal to 160 Kg.
This product does not have a scale board

Applications:
This machine is mainly aimed at leather handcraft workers, used for punching, pronging and stamping process, improving efficiency and working quality.

Package Included:
1 * Machine
2 * Spanner
1 * Drill chuck
1 * PP plate(Optional)
1 * Aluminum plate with scale(Optional)

DYRABREST Leather Imprinting Machine Embossing Stamp Leather Pun

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