Easy Wood Tools, 7700, Mid-Size Easy Micro Detailer with BONUS Woodturning Store Carbide Cutter Holder

$119.99
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SKU:
EWT-7700-PKIT1
UPC:
846817049395
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
Material:
Carbide Insert
Detail:
Diamond Carbide Insert
Style:
Easy Micro Detailer
Size:
Mid-Size
Bundle:
with Bonus Kit
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Easy Wood Tools Mid-Size Easy Micro Detailer with Woodturning Store Cutter Holder Pouch

The Easy Detailer tools really pick up where other tools leave off and provide another level of woodturning creativity as the unique diamond cutter shape fits in tight places where the cutters on the other tools will just not fit. These tools were designed for the primary purpose of doing the small intricate work and cutting final details on your projects such as small coves and beads on both spindle and bowl work. They are also very handy for cutting chuck tenons and making inside reverse angle cuts for inside chucking bowls with dovetail jaws. You may find they work well for hogging your green wood projects too.

Features:
  • Maple Handle: 14" | Tool Bar: 3/8" x 7" | Overall length: 21" | Max Reach: 3"
  • Includes The Woodturning Store Carbide Cutter Holder to safely store and protect your cutter bits from chipping
  • Engineered to cut going straight in employing just the nose of the tool
  • In use, the long edge is intended to perform as a "control surface" and serve to be in contact with the wood just behind the cut
  • Fine Detail with a mid-size tool
  • High definition turning with more control
  • High definition turning with more control

Easy Wood Tools offers a series of replaceable carbide cutter woodturning tools that address fatigue, safety and efficiency like no other tools. They are designed to effortlessly remove massive amounts of material on any woodturning project without the need for sharpening. The tools are designed with support directly beneath the cutting edge transferring the cutting pressure downward allowing the lathe to take the pressure that normally would go to your hands and body when roughing.