In a leather workshop, individual leather requirements from customers are fulfilled. This includes repairing belts, bags, shoes and jackets as well as manufacturing items, from single objects to small production runs. In a leather workshop, there are many tools and machines for leather processing.
Project "carrying strap" for a special backpack to match an 80-year-old original.
The cutting lines are marked with a silver leather marking pen and cut with a special knife (tools available at www.ledermanufaktur.com).
The cutting edges are rounded with a special knife.
The seam holes are perforated with punching irons and then sewn with two needles.
Leather tools primarily serve to cut or shape the leather.
- Silver leather marking pen
- Peel Off Marker
- Leather knives
- Half-moon knife
- Carving tools
- Other tools
- Decorative nails: Decorative nails are usually used to attach the leather to antique furniture or Chesterfield couches and are usually part of the decoration at the same time. But decorative nails can also be used on vintage cars, bellows or other objects.
- Perforation: With a suitable machine, leather can also be perforated in the leather workshop.
With smaller perforation machines, car leather can be perforated as required (car upholstery workshop in Dubai).
The leather is perforated in no time.
Videos about work in the leather workshop
Leather workshop: Repairing a two tone coloured leather bag.