Key chain work

Glowforge forged a Delrin stamp to rock these sugar skull keychains


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The stamp is great, but that coloring is off the chart.

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Your painting skills are phenomenal!

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Wow! Love the coloring! Very professional finish.

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You have the most steady hands. Incredible keychains. The painting is just beyond spectacular!!

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Absolute perfection! Meticulous attention to detail! :exploding_head:

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Just, WOW!

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How do you paint the keychains so perfectly? Even the closeup pictures are perfect.

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These are fabulous!! :heart:

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Epic work. Everything from the stamping, coloring and stitching is perfect.

No pressure, but would you mind showing the stamp?
(And did ya see what I did there? Stamp…pressure… :stuck_out_tongue: )

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BEautiful! Do you use a particular type of ink that won’t rub off easily?

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Leather acrylic

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They look great… nicely done!

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You’re awesome, thanks so much. This is really helpful to see because I’m in the middle of making some leather stamps and I was curious how detailed it can get. (Pretty detailed based off your work!) I have my images and delrin ready to go in the GUI as we speak and I’m just sorting out my settings etc. :slight_smile:

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Freaking amazing!!

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Seriously, compliments on the steady hands! Those are stunning!

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Wow. I’m new here and a leatherworker. I purchased a GF with making Delrin stamps in mind but haven’t found much direction on how to do that. Do you mind sharing your settings? Looks like you used maybe 1/4 inch thick Delrin? Is it a specific Delrin you find that works best? What GF settings do you use that works so well? I’ve read that there can be problems with the Delrin melting or warping. Thanks!

Welcome to the forum.

We can only discuss settings for non Proofgrade material in the Beyond the Manual section of the forum.Utilizing the search function will reward you. First project on Delrin

Those are fantastic!!

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