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Check out Wolverine Custom Woodcraft, they are in Alberta and make beautiful irons and the price is very reasonable.
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Check out Wolverine Custom Woodcraft, they are in Alberta and make beautiful irons and the price is very reasonable.
I assumed it was done with a laser engraver

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Woodburned labels are very cool.

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Woodburned labels are very cool.
I got mine through a Chinese purveyor on Etsy - $64 shipped for a 2.5” X 2.5” brass die and threaded rod with wooden handle. (The cheaper ones are made of aluminum, which I wonder will hold up log term.) Quality was excellent and it took about a month from order to delivered.

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The cheaper ones are made of aluminum, which I wonder will hold up log term.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/Hmincraftsupplies
get them too hot and they're done for..

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