|Size||6.1 x 3.2 x 3 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||SE JT3414DP 14-Piece Dapping Block & Punch Set|
|Item model number||JT3414DP|
|Product Dimensions||15.49 x 8.26 x 7.49 cm; 666.78 Grams|
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SE Dapping Block and Punch Set (14 PC.) - JT3414DP
|Price:||(S$3.68 / Piece) + S$9.84 Delivery|
- Block size: 1" x 1" x 1"
- Hardness: 52-55 HRC
- Punch head sizes (mm): 1 to 12
- High carbon steel
- Wooden stand
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SE is proud to present our SE Dapping Block and Punch Set (14 PC.)—used to turn flats sheet of metals into nearly any shape by hobbyists and jewelers.
Features of our SE Dapping Block and Punch Set (14 PC.):
(1) Block size: 1" x 1" x 1"
(2) Hardness: 52-55 HRC
(3) Punch head sizes (mm): 1 to 12
(4) High carbon steel
(5) Wooden stand
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I needed itty bitty depressions, and the block has a smallest depression of 4mm in diameter. I was hoping for 3mm, but I suppose 4mm will do.
The depressions all seem to be hemispherical (just measured a few to confirm), i.e., each is half of a sphere.
1 quality issue:
The holes in the wood block to store the punches aren't drilled very precisely. A few of the larger punches don't fit into their respective holes.
1 product description issue:
The description says: "Punch Head Sizes(mm): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 & 24"
This is INACCURATE. Each punch is labelled with a number ranging from 1-24, in order of increasing size, but the numbers do not correspond to the actual size of the punch head. This is just for easy storage -- the holes in the wooden block are numbered correspondingly. The actual punch head size of each punch is also labelled on the wooden block.
In case it's helpful
Smallest punch ("punch #1"): 2.3mm diameter spherical head
Largest punch ("punch #24"): 25mm diameter spherical head
Performance wise, can't complain. It does it's job admirably. All parts coated with a nice oil so as not to rust. The little blue box it came in looked old and worn, but the parts inside were new. How long has this bad boy sat in a warehouse?
Ah well, a star lost for all of that, but, it does what I need it to do when I need it to.
I've had this set for about six months now so I feel ready to review it. As much as a want to praise the usefulness of this product, I can't because it has serious design flaws.
Anyone who works with metal knows that there are degrees to the depth of dome you want to create. In other words, you don't always want a deep concave shape -- sometimes you want only a slight doming of the metal. I realize now that I usually don't want my metal to be domed so deeply. It seems like this dapping block was designed to help the metal smith turn flat metal into bowls. It's just too deep, and this is the case with all of the individual depressions. They are all too deep.
I usually go back to my old wooden dapping block now when I want to create a nice, basic dome shape to my metal pieces. A better design of the steel block would be to have a large shallow depression, and sequentially deeper depressions around the sides of the block. But on this one, there's no "starting" place -- the most shallow depression is way too deep.