|Manufacturer||Easy Wood Tools|
|Item Weight||5.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 3.8 x 28 inches|
|Item model number||1200/4200/7500|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Material||Wood, Stainless Steel|
|Item Package Quantity||3|
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Easy Wood Tools 3 Piece Combination Set of Full Size Replaceable Carbide Insert Lathe Turning Tools with Rougher, Finisher and Detailer with Maple Hardwood Handles Models 1200, 4200 and 7500
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- Highest quality lathe woodturning tools 100% designed and manufactured in the USA
- Accepts specially designed proprietary replacement carbide cutters
- Never sharpen again. Cutters have multiple sharp sides. Carbide stays sharp much longer than steel
- 16” Maple handle; 8.5” by 1/2” square CNC machined stainless steel bar; 24.5” overall length
- Greatly simplifies learning curve when turning. No complicated angles to learn and remember.
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Easy Wood Tools, 3 Piece FULL-SIZE Combo Set, Rougher, Detailer, Finisher
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I do think they are mislabeled though. The square edged tool is called the rougher, but I find the round edged tool much better to rough things out with and then do the final smoothing with the square edged tool. The detail tool will indeed allow you to put in some fine details, but you have to be really careful with it in order to avoid leaving gouges in you project.
One tip that is very important if you are new to turning and have only used traditional tools. These have to be flat on the bar - you do not turn them to the side at all. They only rest on the flat and slide in and out and side - flat to the bar at all times or they will catch and gouge your work.
The inserts have multiple sides and can be simply rotated when they get dull; replacements aren't obscenely expensive either (about $15), especially given that they should last a long time.