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The FN series irons are a variation of the F irons. The FN irons have a more gradual curve and softer, wider mark. They have two edges – one that rides on the side of your leather edge, and one on the top of the leather.
A subset of the FN series irons, the FN MCR irons have a fully round shape to create an additional way of doing curved edges and round corners.
The F series irons have two edges - one that rides on the side of your leather edge, and one that rides on the top of the leather.
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The shorter FC irons are a subset of the F series irons. Their short lengths makes them easier for curves and smaller sections.
The SH irons are a variation of the S irons. The SH irons have a thicker body and more curved profile.
The S series irons create single lines. Instead of two edges like the F irons, the S irons have just one edge. You can create additional decorative lines on top of the leather with an S iron.
The wax spatula is a more specialized tool for working with waxed surfaces. The length of the iron gives you a gradient of heat options to more precisely smooth out wax and paint.
This is a larger iron for smoothing edges and surfaces. It is especially useful for thicker leather. It is used to create a faster, cleaner burnished edge for veg-tan leather.
Traditionally this iron serves to smooth out the hold where a strap attaches to a watch. You can also use it to heat edges in hard-to-reach places like belt holes and other punched cuts.
Use your own brand with our creaser to mark your work. This post allows you to attach a custom brass die for your logo.
As the name implies, this iron is used for polishing leather surfaces and edges. It is especially useful for ironing out small wrinkles in exotics and buffing out finishes.
Use this iron to cut synthetic threads and more precisely weld thread when finishing a seam.
This iron smooths frayed ends and cleanly cuts synthetic zipper tape. You can also use it to smooth ends of synthetic rope for handles and other similar applications.
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