Burn holes in leather, which can occur when smoothing with hot air equipment, are a constant hot topic in the truest sense of the word. Because this topic makes our customers unhappy, our clever specialists have come up with something new.
Visit to the Schuler leather Atelier in Einsiedeln
Leo Schuler, the friendly owner of the Lederatelier Schuler in Einsiedeln, Switzerland let Matthias Kaserer, design engineer in the Hand Tools business line, and Urs Zimmermann (Urs works in our marketing department and is responsible for videos and photos, among other things) have a look over his shoulder while working. Thanks to Leo Schuler we now can show you in our short film and photos, how leather processing works―without causing burn holes―with the GHIBLI AW and the new LEISTER protection nozzle.