Leather (Vege Tanned) - Auburn

0.098 inches

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What is it

Natural, vegetable tanned leather.

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Design notes

Auburn leather with a smooth finish on one side and a coarse finish on the other. Can be oiled to improve water resistance. Some natural imperfections could appear on the surface of the leather.

Typical uses

Equestrian, tooling, handcraft, belts, picture frames, hand bags, book binding, carving, stamping.

Environmental info

Vegetable-tanned leather is tanned using tannin and other ingredients found in vegetable matter, tree bark, and other such sources.

Adhesives, joints & fastenings

Rivets and common sewing techniques will work for joining this material.

Hint - Laser cut thread holes and pieces can be stitched neatly by hand.

Tips from other designers

Ankit says:

What glue we can use on the textile backing on leather back side for reinforcement (being laser cut), so that glue can evaporate from stitch holes and doesn't give leather a bad look by remaining in stitch holes...???

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Dayma says:

Hi Ankit. We're having a little trouble understanding your question. Are you asking if we can please use a glue when laser cutting the leather to try and give the leather a better look when finished? Can you please reframe the question clearly.

Currently we use protective tape on the back of leather when laser cutting it. The charred finish (We think you're talking about) on the edges of the leather are unavoidable when laser cutting. Since it's a laser beam cutting through a natural material.

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