How to Engrave a LEATHER Briefcase, Handbag or Purse | Initials or Monogram | CO2 Laser Tutorials

In this CO2 laser tutorial I’ll teach you how to engrave a leather briefcase or purse with lightburn!
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Hey everyone!

In todays video we’ll be covering how to engrave leather handbags and briefcases which is something I get asked to do pretty regularly! The process overall is fairly straight forward but there are a few tips and tricks in here along the way. I hope you find this video useful – it’s a great introduction to engraving leather with a CO2 laser and I’m glad I get to share it with you. Thanks for watching!

0:00 – Intro – Overview
0:32 – Leveling
1:15 – Straightening
2:12 – Preparing Artwork
2:50 – Taking Measurements
3:12 – Sizing
3:55 – Leather Engraving Settings
5:05 – Leather Engraving
5:41 – Cleaning
6:14 – Final Look
6:31 – Outro – Supporting the Channel

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