custom branding irons

I’ve been doing quite a bit of woodburning (or pyrography as the pros call it) work lately. I want to easily brand the back of each wood piece with my name, website, and possibly logo. I’ve found it’s not cheap, but it’s definitely do-able.

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custom branding iron (can use custom clip art or logo)
area: up to 1.0 square inch
flame heated (must manually heat the iron over a stove or some sort of heat source)
$87.67

custom branding iron (can use custom clip art or logo)
area: up to 1.0 square inch
electric heated (hook up to some spiffy electric based wood burning tool. Wood burning tool not included.)
$87.67

custom branding iron (can use custom clip art or logo)
area: up to 1.5 square inch
flame heated: $124.08
electric heated: $124.08

custom branding iron (can use custom clip art or logo)
area: up to 2.0 square inch
flame heated: $145.42
electric heated: $145.42

customized clip art brands
about a dozen different templates where you can place your name or business
size varies
$60
They give clear, easy to understand guidelines on the artwork they can accept.

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WOODCRAFT.COM

custom branding iron (can use custom clip art or logo)
electric heated
area: 1″H x 2.75″w …or… 1.5″ x 2″ …or… 1.75″ x 1.75″
$200

Two-line branding iron
1st line: HANDCRAFTED BY
2nd line: customized: up to 20 characters
font: looks like Helvetica or Univers
electric heated: $74.99
flame heated: $49.99

Two-line branding iron
1st line: customized: up to 20 characters
2nd line: customized: up to 20 characters
electric heated: $84.99

Three-line branding iron
1st line: customized: up to 20 characters
2nd line: customized: up to 20 characters
3rd line: customized: up to 20 characters
electric: $99.99

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Tom Saaristo
18 years ago

I definitely think the investment would be worth the price

Laura K.
Laura K.
18 years ago

He’s burning the poor cows!

Bush only wishes he could brand the world. One day, he will be just a joke in our kids’ history books.