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    LAST CALL! Pancake Die 824 Four Sided Mandala

    $27.50
    $22.00
    Used to cut metal blanks in a hydraulic press, this pancake die offers a simple, whimsical shape fit for many jewelry concepts. Design: 1"W x 13/16"H
    SKU: PD 824
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    Design: 1"W x 13/16"H

    • Designed for use in a 20-ton hydraullic press
    • Use ONLY wiith full-hard, non-ferrous metal (do NOT anneal your metal)
    • Acceptable metal gauges: 16-22 gauge
    • Cutting edges are straight, not at an angle
    • Shipped pre-sprung

    Design: 1"W x 13/16"H

    • Designed for use in a 20-ton hydraullic press
    • Use ONLY wiith full-hard, non-ferrous metal (do NOT anneal your metal)
    • Acceptable metal gauges: 16-22 gauge
    • Cutting edges are straight, not at an angle
    • Shipped pre-sprung
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