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King Arthurs Tools 45822 Lancelot 22 tooth, 5/8" center hole


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  • Chain Saw Blade
  • 4" Diameter
  • Max. 14,000 RPM
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King Arthurs Tools 45822 Lancelot 22 tooth, 5/8" center hole + King Arthur Tools Universal Mounting Nut + King Arthur's Tools 45814 Lancelot 4-Inch Diameter 14 Tooth Fine Cut Chain Carver Attachment for Side Grinder with 5/8-Inch Arbor
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Part Number 45822
Item Weight7.2 ounces
Product Dimensions1 x 1 x 11 inches
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Item model number45822
Power Sourcegas-powered
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB0000224SJ
Best Sellers Rank #9,396 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableApril 1, 2004
  
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Turn your grinder into a carving tool with King Arthur's Tools 45814 Lancelot 4-Inch Diameter 14 Tooth Coarse Cut Chain Carver Attachment (for Side Grinder with 5/8-Inch Arbor). A versatile saw chain cutter. Offers a remarkable smooth cut. Cuts in any direction. Great for major wood removal and freehand shaping in sculpting or carving. Also invaluable for builders, plumbers and electricians for cutting floor/wall openings, remodeling, notching and grooving. Fits most 4-inch and 4-1/2-inch angle grinders. Teeth are easily sharpened with 5/32-inch round file.

Product Description

Lancelot Woodcarving Discs take the muscle work out of woodcarving with their speed, power and maneuverability. The secret is in the special chain saw blade which is securely held between two stainless steel plates. Mount the 4" diameter Lancelot in your 4" or 4-1/2" angle grinder and watch the chips fly! It easily cuts the hardest woods regardless of grain or knots. The 14-tooth model is great for "roughing out" the 22-tooth model and leaves a smoother "finished" surface. Teeth can be resharpened using a standard chain saw file. Maximum 14,000 RPM. Chains can not be interchanged between models. Squire Mini Woodcarving Discs can be attached to another disc for the ultimate in power carving! Although it can be used alone as a small carving disc, by attaching the 3-3/8" diameter Squire to a Lancelot Disc with the Universal Mounting Nut you can effectively double your cutting capacity. You not only remove waste material faster but curved work, like the inside of bowls, is easier and smoother than when using a single disc. Fits all mini grinders with 5/8" x 11 TPI arbors.

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Very cool tool, removes material at a increadable rate.
Paul
Hard bracing the forward hand onto the bench while arcing the cutting with the other hand works just fine.
Jay Jay Kay
King Arthur tools are among my favorite wood sculpting tools.
Biggs

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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Garage Guy Mike on March 8, 2006
I bought this tool at a tool outlet and couldn't wait to use it when I got home. It seemed simple enough, take the grinding wheel off my dewalt grinder and slap on the cutter and start making woodchips? It worked like a champ. I took a large piece of red oak burl and made my wife a beutiful centerpiece for our dining room table in no time. The next day I started carving a serving platter. All was going well until the grinder went flying through the air along with a substantial chunk of my middle finger! After returning from the emergency room I decided to look at the directions for the first time, I know, I know, stupid of me not to read them first but real men dont really read directions do we? If I had read the directions and moved my grinder blade gaurd to the proper position I would not have nearly amputated my finger. Read the directions then carve away, great tool, little bit pricey for a section of chainsaw chain and two large washers.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By michael d. johnson on January 18, 2003
I would have given the Lancelot Carving Blade a 5-star rating except for the price BUT it really does the job as advertised. It is very useful for pole barn, post and beam construction for fitting up twisted/warped posts to rafters, etc. Oh heck...it was worth the bucks.....give it one more star!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Michael Weedon on September 12, 2005
this is just the sort of tool i've been looking for and does quite a job of removing material!

it is solidly built and balanced.

one feature that could be added is, modified tooth design to enable side cutting.

other than that, it is a great tool!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kirk Pry on June 14, 2009
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my wife loves white birch. i found a piece of white birch about 18" in diameter and about 20" high. we wanted to plant a flower in it that would kind of cascade over the sides as it grew. the only way other than by hand (hammer and chisel + lots of labor) was to somehow hollow out a portion with a chainsaw which didn't sound like a very safe operation for me. i knew i had seen something like the Lancelot at craft shows where people made bears and such out of stumps and thought maybe that would be a safer alternative. well i searched the internet and came up with the Lancelot and purchased it. wet white birch can put this thing to work so i am hollowing and then drying a spell and will hollow some more. this is a handy tool for a lot of other projects also, so i am convinced i made a wise purchase with this one. it's easy to put on your angle grinder and easy to maneuver. you must always remember though that you have a mini chainsaw on your grinder and be safety conscious while using it. i would recommend this product to anyone who thinks they may have a need for a tool like this or who wants to do other types of wood carving on a large scale.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Dale Proulx on September 5, 2005
This is a great tool. I have been doing chainsaw carving and this is a great addition to my tools. would highly reccomend.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. K. Numinen on August 24, 2008
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seems to work very well for intended use, also good for removing roots that threaten lawnmower blades
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Paul Weese on December 28, 2007
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Yes, it eats stumps like others have said. Don't rent a stump grinder unless you a lot of stumps to grind. This wears you out because you are on your knees working the grinder.

It worked well on 4" to 10" stumps in my yard. That is not to say you can't grind larger stumps, but it would take a while and you get a little tired kneeling down in front of your stumps. I used a 7" grinder and it had plenty of power. I got a smaller lancelot and run both of them in tandem on the same grinder and it grinds stumps more effectifely. King Arthur recommends this, and it is shown in the documentation. This thing could be dangerous in the wrong hands. It kicked a little bit when held wrong, but I don't consider it very dangerous when the instructions are followed.

I only wish I had used this before I hit the a small stump and bent the mower deck on my riding mower. :(
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jay Jay Kay on July 24, 2012
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I use this on a Porter Cable 4.5" sander without the guard for carving. This is not for boys and studious types. If you have no experience with power tools you better pass on this as it requires a stout pair of hands and small increments of cutting. You can easily chop off something of your anatomy if you are not careful. I don't know if using the guard would be any safer. It does cut like hell though but I settled on using about 1/8" sideways cuts which did not scare me to death if otherwise. Hard bracing the forward hand onto the bench while arcing the cutting with the other hand works just fine. Both hands on the grinder is a must and the work must be clamped to the bench or it will fly through the nearest window. You must use a full face shield as the chips are aimed right at your eyes. I really like these things but they do scare the hell out of me. The diameter of the tool was 4 inches but I noticed that the wood stores have the 3 inch models with a different name, (Squire)
JJK
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