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Embossed Leather Patches W/ 3D Printer - How To!

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In this video I show a really simple way to make custom leather patches using a 3D printer and a bench vise. This is a great way to make custom apparel using leather! I use google sketchup to make the logo and a Makerbot 3D printer to print the stamp.

If you dont have a 3d printer you could have your stamp printed by one of the online 3d printing companies like Shapeways.

This is the leather I use:

Thanks for watching! Be careful, know the limits of your skills and your tools! Don't try this stuff at home!

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