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#1 posted 03-02-2011 05:48 PM

I used to be an engineer/project manager for a fabrication/welding/machining type company. I cut some branding irons for a few customers using a CNC plasma cutting table. They cost about $50 made in stainless steel and were the type you heat in a fire or similar heat source. A machine shop with a CNC mill could do the same thing, but in our case the cost would have been more. You might check similar sources.

The “Brand-First” and “Brandingirons” links above are a little more specific to what I think you want, however. Brand-First especially seems to have some good pricing for what they offer. The “non-electric” branding tool at Lee Valley, suggested by rivergirl looks good also. Looks like any way you slice it the cost of a branding iron is going to be at least $50 to $110 on the low end.

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