I am a computer scientist but in the process of (very active) retraining towards saddlery and leatherwork.
It turns out that one of the things that I am often asked is to be able to personalize the achievements (logo, lettering).
This process is done by the stamping technique: as for the printing of Gutenberg's time, we engrave upside down on a rigid surface and then apply while maintaining pressure to mark the surface.
As such, I wondered if the use of a 3D printer (and https://krogerfeedback.nl https://talktosonic.onl https://talktowendys.vip https://whataburgersurvey.onl
the help of a binding press to ensure the pressure) could it not offer me the possibility of making my stamps more easily and quickly (currently I have to order them in Czech Rep. at the unit price of 20 € for 10mm / 10mm on the surface ...)
So I come to my question:
Has anyone already done the test for use ABS or PLA to do that?
I would be interested in mounting a printer which not only could work with ABS and PLA but also wax (to make lost wax casts) and also Laywood (to make upholstery inserts).