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Logo Branding Iron - Electrically heated

Item #
21162
Rating:
70% of 100

Customize your project with your own unique logo. You'll never have to wait between brands with our 110 volt electrically heated irons. Our torch heated irons are an economical alternative.


Custom artwork can be submitted on this page using the "Upload Image File" section, or via email to dropship@rockler.com. Artwork must be at least 600 dpi or greater in a .jpg, .tif, or .bmp file format. Artwork must be clean and clear, black on white and cannot exceed a total area of 3 square inches.

  • Ships directly from the manufacturer.
  • Must be shipped within United States.
  • Personalized branding irons are non-returnable.
  • These items take approximately 6-8 weeks for delivery.
(1) Logo Branding Iron - Electrically heated
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number Nt-32
Weight 0.0000
Prop 65 Warning WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/product
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Fantastic custom brand.
My he process took a while but I am very happy with my brand. I highly recommend this product!
June 11, 2015
Purchased
over 4 years ago
Somewhat disappointed with the packaging and build
I was excited to get his custom logo branding iron and it had arrived within reasonable time with it being custom and all. However, upon opening the package, I expect the logo head to be in a separate protected cardboard or foam encapsulation. It was not, and was in the same volume in the box as the other parts, leaving me to believe that the head can be banged around in transit with the soft brass used for the head.

Ok, the head did arrive with no significant marring to the actual logo that is cared out of the block brass head, but I did notice that there was still a bit of the CNC debris artifacts from the process, but they were not at the surface points of the actual logo itself, that which I cleaned up to the best of my ability of the larger artifacts in the open spaces.

So I followed the very simple instructions to installing the head to the branding iron adapter and both to the electrical iron upon which I notice a glaring flaw. The adapter to the branding brass head is a "vacuum fit" with no hole near the welded threaded pipe to the logo brass plate to relieve the building air pressure so I can actually thread the brass head to the branding iron adaptor - a flawed design or a missed manufacture step? It makes it so that I CANNOT thread the logo head to the adaptor which brings to the final disappointment.

The actual use of the product: I went ahead and with the logo head unable to thread, I could at least see (if it didn't perform as optimally) if the logo does come out to branding par. Even though the iron is heated, there isn't enough heat transfer because the head isn't threaded completely to the branding iron adaptor. I CAN solve this if I drill a vacuum air relieve hole but that begs to question of the quality of the functional design and quality of the manufacturing process, for what amounts to be a very premium product to have in a shop. And with the overall design of the branding iron assembly, it leads me to believe one CAN change out to different heads, but if one CANNOT install them proper with such lack of design use considerations, it is going to be an exercise in frustration!

Call me overall disappointed. However, the representative did email me swiftly of any image discrepancies and agreed on the logo image fitness to be done right after I placed the order with no problems.

It is just that the packaging, the machining of the head, and the lack of design considerations makes me give such a low review for an expensive item.
June 1, 2016
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
To personalize our woodworking
Donna R on Jan 3, 2019
It's Brass
Renee H on Oct 15, 2018
To personalize our woodworking
Donna R on Jan 3, 2019
Branding custom furniture and accessories I build. RH
Roy H on Jan 2, 2019
It's Brass
Renee H on Oct 15, 2018
Great way for my friend's company to mark their furniture!
holly g on May 15, 2018
for a birthday present for my husband
Brenda C on Sep 20, 2017
birthday present for my husband. If the jpeg is not going to be used please use the two-line arc with tool and have his name on it (Sergio Carrion). thank you.
Brenda C on Aug 1, 2017
To brand our scaffolding planks
For branding walking sticks that I gift to old Marines with failing knees.
Vance on Jan 2, 2017
I wanted a stamp where I could use my logo
Susan G on Aug 10, 2016
To brand custom handcrafted work.
James P on Jul 18, 2016
I am proud of my husbands work and like him to be able to sign it!
Phyllis E on Apr 20, 2016
The reasonable price, the fact that they can customize a personal logo to certain specifics, and the overall excellent customer service.
Orlando F on Jan 13, 2016
this is also for a wood working project
Gregory W on Oct 11, 2015
We are using brands on some wooden boxes made out of reclaimed barn board for marketing / product display purposes.
Robert D on Oct 1, 2015
I called, you all were helpful by phone. thx
jared h on Jul 23, 2015
Marketing to future customers, and to leave my mark on my projects.
Chris S on Jul 15, 2015
Excellent quality that is easy to use
Kevin L on Apr 19, 2015
Branding custom furniture and accessories I build. RH
Roy H on Jan 2, 2019
Great way for my friend's company to mark their furniture!
holly g on May 15, 2018
How small can a logo be produced? I'm looking for 1/2" x 1/2" or slightly larger.
DWerk on Feb 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have had one of these for several years now, and my logo, though it's large, includes some very small details. A small-sized logo brand is not really a problem; the main issue you will see with branding quality would be how smooth or how coarse-textured the wood is. I get the finest brands on medium to light colored, medium-hardness hardwoods, like alder, birch and cherry. Walnut brands OK, but it's hard to see a dark, burnt-in area on a dark colored wood. Oak loses the fine details in among those large pores it has. Rosewood does not brand very well because of its natural oils and resins.
Hi, is there a way to see what my logo will look like prior to fabricating it?
A shopper on Aug 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The aperance will also change slightly depending on the material you are branding so a picture wouldn't be 100% accurate
I do not have a way to convert my logo image from either a .docx file or a .pdf file to a .tif or .jpg file without losing the image quality. Is there another way to get my image to you that would keep the quality and integrity of the original?
Glenn B on Aug 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: When converting from PDF to JPG, you need to Export to Image and go under Settings (BEFORE you save) and make sure that it's at JPEG Quality: High or Maximum. If the image is still showing up blurry, it could just mean that you already have a low res quality logo to begin with.
I don't see the size of the logo burning tool. What size?
Dean R on Jan 13, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The artwork cannot exceed a total area of 3 square inches
Can I specify the size of the logo? I want the logo to be 1 1/2" tall.
Steve B on Jun 26, 2018
BEST ANSWER: You can have any design made up to 3 square inches. 1 1/2" square would work
how do I add the text over our logo "Handcrafted by"?
f t on Aug 21, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I had to cancel my logo iron order as they could not reproduce my design.
Has anyone used one of these irons on leather or suede?
Marshall D on Dec 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We have only used ours on wood. It works very well on wood, not sure about the other materials. Robert W. Dec22, 2016
What size brand does this branding iron make?
christopher m on May 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The logo branding iron cannot exceed 3 square inches