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On 11/8/2020 at 9:27 PM, Chip Strokes said:

anvil on a work bench. wedge was clamped to the anvil with vice grips (with a towel for protection)

i know what you mean about not trusting myself. i tried really driving one home on the test club head i bought. caught my thumb real flush. 

Can we see some pics of your set-up?

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I use a piece of 1/2" steel that I sanded to a flat surface, and a set of steel stamps I bought from my local Fastenal. Double sided grip tape on the steel to the wedge face, and some masking tape to cover the back of the wedge area I plan to stamp, and whammo. Stamped wedge. 

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15 minutes ago, Shank Aaron said:

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I like the double sided tape idea .. def going to try that

 

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43 minutes ago, Nolan220 said:

I like the double sided tape idea .. def going to try that

 

It works really well unless you get all caveman on it and try to drive the stamp through the wedge. Then the head might lose grip and actually bounce off of your anvil. 

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2 minutes ago, Shank Aaron said:

It works really well unless you get all caveman on it and try to drive the stamp through the wedge. Then the head might lose grip and actually bounce off of your anvil. 

does the 2 sided tape work better than clamping the wedge to the anvil? 

 

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1 minute ago, Chip Strokes said:

does the 2 sided tape work better than clamping the wedge to the anvil? 

 

Nothing beats a properly built clamp, but if you don't want to spend a couple bills on one...

 

In my experiences with stamping clubs/wedges using the double sided tape has worked very well for me. Never had a mishap while doing it this way. 

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10 minutes ago, Shank Aaron said:

Nothing beats a properly built clamp, but if you don't want to spend a couple bills on one...

 

In my experiences with stamping clubs/wedges using the double sided tape has worked very well for me. Never had a mishap while doing it this way. 

gonna have to try that for next time. 

and does the masking tape keep you from mis-hitting or bouncing the stamp?

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7 minutes ago, Chip Strokes said:

gonna have to try that for next time. 

and does the masking tape keep you from mis-hitting or bouncing the stamp?

I usually do a very light tap with each stamp. Just enough to make an imprint on the tape so I can see how the letter/character will line up without making an imprint on the wedge itself. If you look at the picture I put up a little closer you'll see that the masking tape on the wedge back is actually more double sided tape with the paper backing still on. Makes the tape a little thicker and helps to keep the wedge back clean of marks until I'm ready to make the final stamp, and the imprint will also be thick enough to give you a reference point for your character to slide into once you're ready to make your marks. 

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5-PW- Miura CB-301 🤯🤯🤯 C-Taper 120 S 

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I usually do a very light tap with each stamp. Just enough to make an imprint on the tape so I can see how the letter/character will line up without making an imprint on the wedge itself. If you look at the picture I put up a little closer you'll see that the masking tape on the wedge back is actually more double sided tape with the paper backing still on. Makes the tape a little thicker and helps to keep the wedge back clean of marks until I'm ready to make the final stamp, and the imprint will also be thick enough to give you a reference point for your character to slide into once you're ready to make your marks. 

I like the idea! I might have to try that as well!


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Double sided tape is the way to go for securing the putter, make sure you have a sturdy, rigid bench. For hand stamps, check Mcmaster-Carr. They will have many different sizes, fonts, etc. I would get stamps that are rated for around 28 - 36 Rockwell C hardness so they will work with any kind of putter material.

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