• TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
  • TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
  • TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
  • TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
  • TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
  • TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
  • TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece
TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece

TEKTON 6610 5/32-Inch Letter and Number Stamp Set, 36-Piece

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  • Includes uppercase letters A-Z, & character, and numerals 0-9.
  • Permanently imprints metal, wood, plastic, and leather.
  • Made from alloy steel for longer life.
  • Indexed wood box keeps stamps organized.
  • 5/32 inch character height.

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Giving key success Made a "giving key" type necklace for my wife. Stamped "peace" on a vintage key. It works! I just suggest you practice took me 3 tries to get straight and readable. If you hit it too soft you have nothing, too hard and you lose your place and slide off. So as long as you practice this wil work 5Numbers and Letters Vary in Size Numbers and letters vary in size - a big disappointment!Size variation can be 1/32 off - when you're looking at numbers thatare only 5/32 being 1/32 off really makes a big visual differenceI would Not recommend this kit 2and they are all awesome, but This is my first set of letter stamps, and they are all awesome, but.. the letter A, It is missing the right leg of it. at first I thought i was hitting it wrong. It looks like a triangle, with one long line on the left. I hit it at a different angle and still nothing. so I looked closer at the letter it self. and it just wasn't made right. no other issue with any of the other letters, but A is used a lot! 4Useless on for leatherwork Maybe this would work for metal, but certainly not for leather - the description should advise that they are not really appropriate for leatherwork - the imprints are barely visible, and some letters don't show at all. Useless for what I needed it for. 1Functional but ugly These will stamp letters on metal, but the results are not super pretty. My 'E' was way larger than the rest of the letters. Some of the letters were 'sharper' than others and when stamped deeper it was obvious. Some letters were a but uneven in height, and even using a jig to ensure that the stamp was perfectly perpendicular left letters that were stamped deeper in some areas and less in others.However, despite the unappealing visuals, they are functional. I stamped everything from 6061 and 7075 T6 aluminum to 1018 CR steel, and the letters are readable and serve their function. I use them mostly for labelling things, such as custom tools, so being pretty is not one of my requirements for this set. I do wish they looked nicer though because I could use them for other more artistic projects. 3Very versatile punch set The wooden storage box is great as a organizer and dust cover for the punches when they sit on your work bench, shelf. It is not so great when put in a tool bag and it rubs against hard things because the light material latch will break/rip off and the box will be damage spilling the punches everywhere. I you want a tool bag punch set look for the punches that come in the small plastic cases that dont waste space.The punches themselves are wonderful, i have used them to imprint on T6 6065 Aluminum, copper, thin stainless steel, metal pet dog tags, spare car/house keys, and other thin/less dense than steel material. Obviously the denser the material is being stamped the less it will imprint on the material, this will also cause the letter face to wear faster.It is a good idea to stamp all your object on a hard flat surface on top of another hard flat surface (piece of steel plate/granite/ delrin (dense hard plastic) on on top of concrete) this way all the energy from the hammer transfers through the punch, material being punched, and into the ground. Punching on an object that absorbs shock will decrease the quality of imprint and create uneven imprinting. Also this prevents you from damaging the surface of your object and thing you are using as a flat surface.Mine came shipped in its own plastic wrapped cardboard box that looked nicer than the actual box. I am glad I bought mine, but i should havePeople are complaining about the punches not imprinting evenly, that is the nature of hammer punches. Only hydraulic or gear presses give an even imprint through the entire raised edge of the letter.If the punches are not aligned on the x-axis then you will get odd kerning (spacing), if the punch is not aligned on the y-axis the words will have a weird wavy look.All these problems are normal for hammer stamp/punches, issues in human/operator errors, and no way an issue on the quality of the punch. The obvious exceptions are the punch had manufacturer error, send an email tekton. They have a pretty good customer service and will most likely fix your problem, I have seen tekton resolve problems from low raters because a piece was missing,broken, had rust, and other various issues. 5Exactly what I was hoping for! These are exactly what I was expecting. Letters are just the size I wanted (5/32) and they stamp everything I want to stamp.I have tried them on thin mild steel, 0-1 annealed tool steel, aluminum bar and on aspen wood. Also tried them on an old chisel blade, but as I expected, they didn't make a mark at all on the hardened steel. (A file won't even scratch properly hardened steel)On the softer steels and the aluminum, I used a 3 pound hammer and used a medium hard strike. Marked the steel perfectly once I figured out how hard to hit. On the wood, I tried the same thing, but found it difficult to hit the stamp lightly enough, so I switched to a 16 ounce Estwing with a light stroke and it marked beautifully.The attached photo shows the mark I got on a piece of annealed O1 tool steel that I use for making blades wooden hand planes. If this isn't good enough for someone,mthey do not need to be using a hand hammered stamp. They should invest in a stamping press.I didn't have any problems with the box as a few other reviewers reported. In fact, I didn't see any of the problems that a Few reviewers posted. My box was in perfect shape and is reasonably well built. Looks just like the photo in the product description. I even used the stamps to put my initials on the top of the box, so it's pretty strong!With any hand hammered stamp, it will be necessary to figure out how hard to hit the stamp for different materials. If possible, each time you use the stamps, it would be a good idea to do a couple of test strikes on a hidden area of the piece you are stamping or on a scrap piece of the same material.From reading the reviews, it looks like the company has outstanding customer service. Although from what I have seen so far, I probably will not have to call on them. In fact, I'll be ordering other sizes of these stamps. 5You will want to use these on every piece of leather you own! These worked well for little leather keychains we were making. However, if you press too hard you will see the circle outline around the letter as well. This could be a user error on my part as this was my first time using anything like this. All the letters are clear, and worked well. If I could change one thing it would be to mark the non-working end with the letter and the correct orientation so you don t need to constantly double check that you have the correct letter and are placing it down in the correct orientation. 4Leary at first but glad I took a chance I was leary about buying this stamp set but I'm glad I did. I'm a beginner at stamping metal jewelry blanks. I haven't used all of the letters but the ones I did use worked fine. I actually use the letters with a stamp perfect machine verses a hammer. I wan't missing letters nor did it arrive damage. It shipped really fast & I received it quickly. I'm a happy customer. 5These are fun! I use these to make plant markers on old silverware I get from the thrift store. I stamp the name of the plant on the spoon or knife, then pop them into the ground. I've stamped quite a few now and the stamps are holding up very well. 4
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Giving key success Made a "giving key" type necklace for my wife. Stamped "peace" on a vintage key. It works! I just suggest you practice took me 3 tries to get straight and readable. If you hit it too soft you have nothing, too hard and you lose your place and slide off. So as long as you practice this wil work 5Numbers and Letters Vary in Size Numbers and letters vary in size - a big disappointment!Size variation can be 1/32 off - when you're looking at numbers thatare only 5/32 being 1/32 off really makes a big visual differenceI would Not recommend this kit 2and they are all awesome, but This is my first set of letter stamps, and they are all awesome, but.. the letter A, It is missing the right leg of it. at first I thought i was hitting it wrong. It looks like a triangle, with one long line on the left. I hit it at a different angle and still nothing. so I looked closer at the letter it self. and it just wasn't made right. no other issue with any of the other letters, but A is used a lot! 4Useless on for leatherwork Maybe this would work for metal, but certainly not for leather - the description should advise that they are not really appropriate for leatherwork - the imprints are barely visible, and some letters don't show at all. Useless for what I needed it for. 1Functional but ugly These will stamp letters on metal, but the results are not super pretty. My 'E' was way larger than the rest of the letters. Some of the letters were 'sharper' than others and when stamped deeper it was obvious. Some letters were a but uneven in height, and even using a jig to ensure that the stamp was perfectly perpendicular left letters that were stamped deeper in some areas and less in others.However, despite the unappealing visuals, they are functional. I stamped everything from 6061 and 7075 T6 aluminum to 1018 CR steel, and the letters are readable and serve their function. I use them mostly for labelling things, such as custom tools, so being pretty is not one of my requirements for this set. I do wish they looked nicer though because I could use them for other more artistic projects. 3Very versatile punch set The wooden storage box is great as a organizer and dust cover for the punches when they sit on your work bench, shelf. It is not so great when put in a tool bag and it rubs against hard things because the light material latch will break/rip off and the box will be damage spilling the punches everywhere. I you want a tool bag punch set look for the punches that come in the small plastic cases that dont waste space.The punches themselves are wonderful, i have used them to imprint on T6 6065 Aluminum, copper, thin stainless steel, metal pet dog tags, spare car/house keys, and other thin/less dense than steel material. Obviously the denser the material is being stamped the less it will imprint on the material, this will also cause the letter face to wear faster.It is a good idea to stamp all your object on a hard flat surface on top of another hard flat surface (piece of steel plate/granite/ delrin (dense hard plastic) on on top of concrete) this way all the energy from the hammer transfers through the punch, material being punched, and into the ground. Punching on an object that absorbs shock will decrease the quality of imprint and create uneven imprinting. Also this prevents you from damaging the surface of your object and thing you are using as a flat surface.Mine came shipped in its own plastic wrapped cardboard box that looked nicer than the actual box. I am glad I bought mine, but i should havePeople are complaining about the punches not imprinting evenly, that is the nature of hammer punches. Only hydraulic or gear presses give an even imprint through the entire raised edge of the letter.If the punches are not aligned on the x-axis then you will get odd kerning (spacing), if the punch is not aligned on the y-axis the words will have a weird wavy look.All these problems are normal for hammer stamp/punches, issues in human/operator errors, and no way an issue on the quality of the punch. The obvious exceptions are the punch had manufacturer error, send an email tekton. They have a pretty good customer service and will most likely fix your problem, I have seen tekton resolve problems from low raters because a piece was missing,broken, had rust, and other various issues. 5Exactly what I was hoping for! These are exactly what I was expecting. Letters are just the size I wanted (5/32) and they stamp everything I want to stamp.I have tried them on thin mild steel, 0-1 annealed tool steel, aluminum bar and on aspen wood. Also tried them on an old chisel blade, but as I expected, they didn't make a mark at all on the hardened steel. (A file won't even scratch properly hardened steel)On the softer steels and the aluminum, I used a 3 pound hammer and used a medium hard strike. Marked the steel perfectly once I figured out how hard to hit. On the wood, I tried the same thing, but found it difficult to hit the stamp lightly enough, so I switched to a 16 ounce Estwing with a light stroke and it marked beautifully.The attached photo shows the mark I got on a piece of annealed O1 tool steel that I use for making blades wooden hand planes. If this isn't good enough for someone,mthey do not need to be using a hand hammered stamp. They should invest in a stamping press.I didn't have any problems with the box as a few other reviewers reported. In fact, I didn't see any of the problems that a Few reviewers posted. My box was in perfect shape and is reasonably well built. Looks just like the photo in the product description. I even used the stamps to put my initials on the top of the box, so it's pretty strong!With any hand hammered stamp, it will be necessary to figure out how hard to hit the stamp for different materials. If possible, each time you use the stamps, it would be a good idea to do a couple of test strikes on a hidden area of the piece you are stamping or on a scrap piece of the same material.From reading the reviews, it looks like the company has outstanding customer service. Although from what I have seen so far, I probably will not have to call on them. In fact, I'll be ordering other sizes of these stamps. 5You will want to use these on every piece of leather you own! These worked well for little leather keychains we were making. However, if you press too hard you will see the circle outline around the letter as well. This could be a user error on my part as this was my first time using anything like this. All the letters are clear, and worked well. If I could change one thing it would be to mark the non-working end with the letter and the correct orientation so you don t need to constantly double check that you have the correct letter and are placing it down in the correct orientation. 4Leary at first but glad I took a chance I was leary about buying this stamp set but I'm glad I did. I'm a beginner at stamping metal jewelry blanks. I haven't used all of the letters but the ones I did use worked fine. I actually use the letters with a stamp perfect machine verses a hammer. I wan't missing letters nor did it arrive damage. It shipped really fast & I received it quickly. I'm a happy customer. 5These are fun! I use these to make plant markers on old silverware I get from the thrift store. I stamp the name of the plant on the spoon or knife, then pop them into the ground. I've stamped quite a few now and the stamps are holding up very well. 4
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