Close
(0) items
You have no items in your shopping cart.
All Categories
    Filters
    Preferences
    Search

    Pattern Plate RMP184 New York Skyline

    $32.00
    Design Size: approximately 1-3/4" x 6-7/8" Designed for use in a rolling mill.
    SKU: RMP184
    Ship to
    *
    *
    Shipping Method
    Name
    Estimated Delivery
    Price
    No shipping options
    Availability: In stock

    Design Size: approximately 1-3/4" x 6-7/8"
    Designed for use in a rolling mill.  

    Design Size: approximately 1-3/4" x 6-7/8"
    Designed for use in a rolling mill.  

    Customers who bought this item also bought

    Narrow Southwestern Strip CFW008

    $11.00
    3/8" Wide 16-gauge Set of two 6-1/2" long pieces. This pattern was made during a revival of interest of older southwestern and Native American designs and architecture during the late 1930s.

    Pattern Plate RMP188 Gothic Flourishes

    $32.00
    Design Size: approximately 2" x 6-7/8" Designed for use in a rolling mill.

    Pattern Plate RMP166 Mountainous Landscape

    $32.00
    Design Size: 2" x ~6-3/16". Each strip of pattern is approximately 3/8" wide. This pattern plate pairs well with Pancake Die Bracelet B044A 3/8" Thin Bracelet, and Pancake Die Bracelet B044 1/2" Thin Bracelet. .

    Pattern Plate RMP 169- Mehndi Ring Band

    $32.00
    This pattern plate takes its inspiration from traditional henna and mehndi designs. It is designed to match with Pancake Die R1184-Wide Cigar Band. Use the pancake die to cut out the cigar band shapes (there are two different patterns on this plate) and then use the remaining scrap for other projects. We specifically designed the plate so that the area around the ring bands has a different pattern and can be used as well so you don't waste any metal! Design Size: 2" x ~6-3/4" Designed for use in a rolling mill.

    Aluminum Plugs for Making Forces

    $20.00
    An assortment of 10 small pieces of aluminum (sizes vary) that can be used to create a force when pressing impression dies. Sizes will vary from 1/2" - 1". Forces work best when the aluminum is pressed hot. ALWAYS CENTER YOUR WORK. Watch the following videos to see Kevin demonstrating how these work: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1253577991351417/?multi_permalinks=7886112968097853&ref=share AND https://www.facebook.com/1640860751/videos/807686980360120/