|Item Weight||12.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||9.8 x 5 x 7 inches|
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|Item model number||1550|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||30-Day money back guarantee, 1 -Year manufacturer warranty|
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- The product is Multi Purpose Tool
- Maximum tip temperature of 1,050-Farenheit for fast, dark and safe burning
- Six replaceable, interchangeable design tips for maximum versatility
- Short shaft length provides excellent control of tip
- Features a high-efficiency bronze core heating element that heats quickly, storage tube and tool stand
- Ergonomic, stay-cool design for control and comfort
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Features a high-efficiency bronze core heating element that heats quickly with a maximum tip temperature of 1,050 degrees F for burning and soldering capabilities. Tool stand protects tool from marking work surface. Ergonomic, stay cool design for control and comfort and a short shaft length for control of tip. Specs: 110/120 V/AC, watts 30/W, weighs 2.5 ozs. Includes: multipurpose tool, tool stand, convenient tip storage tube, general purpose tip, script tip, cutting tip, hot knife tip, soldering tip.
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Multipurpose tool for wood burning, soldering, hot knife cutting of styrofoam and plastics, cutting and fusing rope. By simply switching tips, the tool can be used for wood burning, leather crafting, stencil cutting, soldering, or hot-knife cutting of foam, plastics and rope.
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Many people seem to get confused & used this tool for other purposes, plastic melting, soldering, etc.
Soldering for electronics, e.g., needs much lower temperature,
else, the tip literally burns & break, the solder won't stay covering the tip
(tip oxygenates quickly & expels the solder, no silvery tips).
The soldering tip is long, can break at high temperature.
This is the 2nd unit I bought, not quite used this one to give full review,
but I had use this before with TEMPERATURE CONTROL which I made.
This is indispensable part of this unit.
I made up another one yesterday, spending about $13+ at Home Depot.
Light dimmer cheap one $7, electric box(1900)/suitable cover, receptacle, electric cable($1.50),...
It is very easy to make a good temp control w/o electric knowledge.
Anything other than wood burning, you need to cool down the temperature,
else you will ruin your tool & work sooner of later.
(for very hot work, only tip safe is the short tout, slanted default tip).
The bigger problem is how the blade attaches to the handle. The blade screw is inserted through a bushing and screws into the handle. It's tough to tighten and regularly works loose. The last time I tightened it the screw broke off down in the handle.
I'll order another one simply because it's cheap and pretty much exactly what I need for my one-shot project, but I'm disappointed at the overall poor quality. Do not by this if you have heavy duty work or need something that will last a long time.
The Amazon description says that it is made in China this should be corrected.
It was a nice surprise to see this as I always try to buy American made items.
I just rec'd this today and was playing around with it on some scrap basswood. Pretty cool !!!
Used 3 of the tips and it seemed to function and heat up well enough for my purposes.
Also seems easy to hold and maneuver but this is my first tool of this type so I have no other point of reference.
If the tool does not crap out on me right away as some have reported then I am satisfied that it was $20 well spent.