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Earlier, we had a set that included our 3d-printed signature punching tool and four corner cutting jigs of different sizes (1.5 mm, 2 mm, 2.5 mm, and 3 mm). We decided to extend this set and included four corner clamps for boxmaking. Guides for the punching tools have their holes numbered, and the numbers are printed in a contrasting color for better visibility. We received multiple reviews from our customers mentioning that this is very helpful, especially for people with impaired vision.
Another video made by one of our customers/followers. This time it was Sarah Miner (@minerbookco on Instagram), showing how our corner cutting jigs are used. Check all the different types and sizes at our Etsy store (link in bio). The jigs come with different thicknesses of the wall, so that you can choose one that corresponds to the thickness of the cardboard you use for your book covers. Thicknesses vary from 1 mm to 6 mm (1/4").
Here is a video made by the Instagram user @cadernosmusgo that perfectly shows how our signature punching cradles are used! And I love to see how different bookbinders make all these different markings on their tools :) Should I make some additional updates to the design to make making the stations easier?
Here you can see our section punching cradle used by @coryellart. Find out more about the tool in our Etsy shop (link in bio). There's also a video about the cradle on our YouTube channel and some posts in our blog =) It's always a great pleasure to see your tools used by other people!
Updated Version of the Small Press for Bookbinding My carpentry-meets-bookbinding experience had a passed through a vigorous revival period in 2015. I’ve started my own bookbinding courses then and decided to make a set of simple tools (including a sewing frame) for each of my students. I don’t think it would be a mistake to say that I’ve made more than a hundred sewing frames since that moment.
This is Your Chance to Buy a Scout Model Cantilevered Sewing Frame. 60 of these were made and they are in use all over the world. MDF base laminated to formica, hollow steel tube, mirror, page holder, thread and needle bar, register points at each side so you can square from the head or tail of the book. 14 inches between the upright bars, which are at the back so your hands are free to sew