Two hardwood punches and dapping block for shaping cases, removing dents or dapping blanks into domed shapes. Wood will not scratch or mar precious metals. The block features different size depressions on each side and is 2.25" (57mm) square.
Emily Miller uses this dapping block in our PMC Leaf Buckle Spacer online class.
Here's a link to the Plastic Mallet
used in the product video.
This works great for a variety of projects. My favorite is stamping a name on a sterling circle, then punching a hole then dapping it in this block to make a really nice domed pendant.
Wooden Dapping Block
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It offers larger sizes than the metal ones, so I use these often. They do start to shred after many uses.
Lots of size options! easy to work with and quality wood
Better than the Metal Version
This is a great tool for shaping your metal blanks. I find with the wooden dapper there is less marking on our metal blanks when shaping. I also have a metal dapping set, and this is the one I prefer over the metal. It does shred over time from use, however I have had my first one well over 5 years, and just purchased a new one.
Omorfa Designs by Maria
This gets the job done and you can't beat the price!!!
As above, great tool for shaping metal blanks. I prefer the wood dapper to the metal dapper. After I use it, I take 3000 (yes, three thousand) grit sandpaper. This removes any tiny loose wood that can come loose in a larger piece. Great product.