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  • Leather Thinning Service | By K. Baggs Trimming
    thickness you require This is done leaving a smooth and even finish on the back of the leather This process also helps level the surface of the leather as many leathers vary in thickness across the hide Part splitting is also possible for items where an edge needs to be thinner than the rest for turning around something Border thinning or frame edge thinning is available ask for details or for a pattern to be done using your leather sample Whether you need large batch thinning for your production or just a single small piece for button making all orders are just as important to us We ve been operating this service for over 6 years and have a huge amount of experience in getting the perfect end result How to order The process couldn t be simpler Just send your leather to us at the address shown oposite any length any shape up to a maximum width of 550 mm 21 5 inches along with a small test piece for the machine set up and we will then process and dispatch back within 7 days hopefully quicker We process every Tuesday and Thursday For larger batch orders a delivery

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherthinning.co.uk/index.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Leather Thinning Service | By K. Baggs Trimming
    using the same leather you are doing the rest of the leatherwork in Most Automotive hides are about 1 5mm thick and some models use 0 6mm on intricate areas Send us an area of your leather to thin up to a maximum width of 550mm 21 5inch by any length and we will reduce the leather down to your required finished thickness with a smooth and even finish to

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherthinning.co.uk/thinning/index.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Leather Thinning Service | By K. Baggs Trimming
    a large batch run there s no need to get stuck with the material being the wrong thickness to work with our leather thinning service is made to measure Your choice of leather is no longer limited by thickness you can now choose the look you are after and have it thinned down to the grade you require to work with From the lighter weights required by bookbinders through to

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherthinning.co.uk/Leatherwork-and-Craftwork/index.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Leather Thinning Service | By K. Baggs Trimming
    this specialist type of thinning it is possible to thin any area or shape in sections of leather also around the edge or border of a shape of leather A template to your design and requirements would be made This type of thinning is ideal for larger batches as machine set up costs can be incurred Due to the bespoke nature of this type of thinning our standard charges do

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherthinning.co.uk/Border/index.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Leather Thinning Service | By K. Baggs Trimming
    the hair fur still on the face and chrome smooth leather for the fashion industry Always researching and developing our service we can now extend our thinning service to even more materials great news for all kinds of businesses and craftspeople who can now reliably offer a wider choice to their customers Please call Kevin to discuss your personal requirements and get an accurate cost involved on any of the

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherthinning.co.uk/new/index.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Leather Thinning Service | By K. Baggs Trimming
    these leathers sometimes need repeated processes to reach the desired thickness Also we may have to process at a reduced maximum width for the hides to process correctly It s easy just Call and speak to Kevin to get an accurate cost and information for these types of leathers Cutting charges Full cow hides into 55cm width strips 10 per hide Border edging thinning charges Prices for this and the required templates POA Delivery of goods and payment terms Once we have processed packaged and weighed your order we will call you and payment can be made over the phone by most major credit or debit cards Payments should be made to K Baggs Trimming All finished works will be despatched upon completion and full payment received by Next working day Royal Mail Special Delivery or Next day service by an appropriate Courier Standard Thinning Splitting Service charges show Dimensions in square feet Price in s per square foot show 1 to 25 sq ft 1 85 vat per sq ft show 26 to 50 sq ft 1 40 vat per sq ft show 51 to 100 sq ft 1 20 vat per sq ft show 101 to 200 sq

    Original URL path: http://www.leatherthinning.co.uk/prices/index.htm (2016-04-27)
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  • Leather Thinning Service | By K. Baggs Trimming
    we recommend you supply a sample for your approval on large batches when going below 0 8mm Any sample will be charged at our min order value but will be refunded from your first order Due to the differences in natural products K Baggs Trimming takes no responsibility for any damage caused to materials during the thinning process In the unlikely event of materials being damaged during this process K

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  • Leather Thinning Service | By K. Baggs Trimming
    CRAFT View Larger Map CONTACT DETAILS K Baggs Trimming Unit 6 Cortry Close Poole Dorset BH12 4BQ Tel 0560 1138511 Email kbaggs btconnect com Opening hours 8am to 5pm Monday to Frida y Callers welcome by appointment only Visit our sister website www kbaggstrimming co uk ENQUIRY FORM Name Your Email Subject Your Message Auto Reply Thank you for your recent enquiry We will get back to you as soon

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