|Item Weight||3.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.8 x 6.7 x 8.5 inches|
|Item model number||TTA2000|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||One year limited warranty|
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Lumberjack Tools Industrial Series 2" Tenon Cutter (TTA2000)
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- Ergonomically designed, lightweight, safe and easy to use
- Cuts a 2" diameter tenon with a 60° tapered shoulder profile
- Designed to run on a heavy duty 1/2", single speed, high torque, low rpm (500 or less) corded drill
- Great for professionals, contractors, craftspeople, those who prefer the tapered shoulder style and those who need a larger log capacity
- Features Lumberjack Tools exclusive in-sight measurement system
- Proudly designed and made in USA
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These heavy-duty, state-of-the-craft cutters produce perfect tenons with 60° tapered shoulders for the sturdiest-possible log furniture construction. The funnel shaped, self-centering design ensures flawlessly shaped tenons, and dual precision-ground blades cut twice as fast as single blade models and stay sharp longer. Plus, as part of the cutters' exclusive "IN-SIGHT" visual measurement system, slots along the shaft combine with radial grooves at 1/2" intervals to let you to see your progress and measure tenon length while you cut. Body is CNC machined from aircraft aluminum for maximum strength and minimum weight. Available in three sizes (1", 1-1/2", and 2") corresponding to the diameter tenon that each will cut. All three can cut tenons up to 3" long. 1/2" shank.NOTE: Item 26437 is a 60 Degree Tapered Replacement Blade for Tenon Cutters (Items 20398, 22076, & 23323)Specifications:1"cutter - logs up to 3-1/2" in diameter.1-1/2"cutter - logs up to 4" in diameter.2"cutter - logs up to 4-1/2" in diameter
From the Manufacturer
The Lumberjack Tools Industrial Series TTA2000 2-Inch Tenon Cutter cuts a 2-Inch diameter tenon with a 60 Degree tapered shoulder on the end of a log or material of your choice up to 4-1/2-Inch. The Lumberjack Tools TTA2000 is designed to run on a heavy duty 1/2-Inch corded drill. Features of the Lumberjack Tools TTA2000 are: ergonomically designed aircraft grade aluminum body, removable/re-sharpen able hardened steel dual cutting blades and our patent pending In-Sight measurement system for quickly measuring the tenon length while cutting. Using the Lumberjack Tools TTA2000 to build your indoor or outdoor rustic furniture projects is easy, fast, safe and efficient.
Top Customer Reviews
.I just finished 266 tenon cuts on various size juniper trees which is 270 ft of fence, I don't know what I would have done with out it. Set your log in a vice, you do need a strong pipe drill 500 rpm, and you better hang on to that drill it will pull the log out of the vice. My bit is still going, but will soon need to sharpened the blades, I think I have maybe 80-100 more cuts left then I will have to sharpen the blades. Also use lock tight on the screws to set your blades.
Getting it to peel off chips (vs. chattering) takes practice and a powerful drill. Only using one cutter helps, especially if your drill is under-powered. If it is peeling chips, it will self-feed on you. It will cut knots but your drill is likely to stall/slow down each time it tries.
Getting it to start/run centered on the log also takes practice - it's probably better to point the log by hand so it's well seated when you start up the drill.
There is a maximum cutting diameter of about 4.25" (for the 2" tenon cutter); if your log is bigger, you'll need to whittle it down before you start, not a big deal but does take time.
Make sure you keep the blade screws tight - I have one somewhere in a chip pile! The supplied 1/4" long button-head cap screws are a little short for my taste but the holes are tapped deep enough that a 1/2" cap screw will work.
Be prepared to smooth off chatter marks with rasp, Surform or whatever.
The slots in the side to show you how long the tenon is don't work very well when the drill is spinning (you can't see the end). Better to put a plug in if you want a bunch of shorter tenons. I wanted 2" and it will cut 3" tenons, so a 1" plug did the trick.
You do need to have your log well anchored, both to keep it from twisting and to manage chatter.