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What are Campreli Face Stamps?


What are Campreli Face Stamps?
What are Campreli Face Stamps?

Face stamps used in shoe making are cutting patterns that differ according to the model and shape of the shoe. Face stamps determine the dimensions and shapes required for cutting and sewing the face material of the shoe. Face stamps form the front, back, side and tongue parts of the shoe.


Campred face stamps, on the other hand, are special stamps that allow the face material of the shoe to be cut with a camber (curved). Campreli face stamps are used in the toe section of the shoe. Campreli face stamps protect the form of the shoes, provide comfort to the fingers and give an aesthetic appearance.


The types of face stamps with camper are as follows:


- Bombe Stampa: Bombe means swelling, bulging, swelling. The camber stamp ensures that the toe section of the shoe is cut with camellia. The face material cut with the camber stamp is sewn by placing reinforcement material between it and the lining. Reinforcement material ensures that the toe section of the shoe gains hardness, strength and durability. The face material cut with a bombe stamp takes the shape of the mold and keeps its shape as long as the shoes are worn.


- Campre Divided Stamp: Campre Divided Stamp allows the toe part of the shoe to be cut into two pieces with camellia. The two parts of the face material cut with a camper stamp are joined on the front center axis and sewn. The face material cut with a cambered stamp is more flexible and softer than the face material cut with a camber stamp.


- Cross Stamp: Cross Stamp allows the toe section of the shoe to be cut diagonally with camellia. The face material cut with the cross stamp forms a diagonal line on its front center axis and is sewn. The face material cut with a cross stamp gives a simpler and neater appearance compared to the face material cut with a stamp with a crisscross margin.


The points to be considered in the use of camper face stamps are as follows:


- The size and shape of campreli face stamps should be suitable for the model and mold of the shoe.

- In order to avoid image distortion in the parts that come to the edges of the campreli face stamps, the curve drawing should be started with an angle of 90 degrees.

- 5 mm shortening should be made in order not to make any thickness on the parts that come to the mounting edge of the camper face stamps.

- Care should be taken that there is no defect in the anterior middle axis of the campreli face stamps.


You can enroll in the Shoemaker Course to learn how to make uppers in different models and techniques using camped face stamps. In the Shoemaker Course, you can take theoretical and practical upper production techniques lessons from professional trainers. In the upper production techniques course at the Shoemaker Course, you will learn:


- Hand cutting techniques

- Upper materials

- Auxiliary and supporting materials

- Cutting press

- Press cutting techniques

- Cutting blades

- Shave

- Milling

- Upper adhesives

- Regola

- Reinforcement materials

- Embellishments of the upper

- Wearing accessories

- Hand saddlery technique

- Saddlery technique on the machine

- Ribbon sewing machine

- Upper sewing machines

- Sandals and slippers upper making techniques

- Circle upper techniques

- Techniques for making moccasin uppers

- Techniques for making children's tops

- Atomic upper construction techniques

- Techniques for making sports uppers


Take the Shoemaker Course and learn how to make professional uppers using campreli face stamps!

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