Hi Ken! It's been a while. A baker's dozen...
In Iroko & brass
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After cutting a piece of leather it has angular edges. This can be undesirable in items like belts. Running an edge beveller will add a nice chamfer, but the burnisher can then run repeatedly down the edge, in a suitably sized groove, to round over the edge and take off any whisps that remain.
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