It beads, coves, planes, trims end grain and much more! The Spindlemaster is ideal for small projects like boxes and rattles, and works just as effectively on large pieces like bedposts and staircase spindles. If you have reservations about using a skew chisel, the Spindlemaster is the answer.
|Taming the skew is perhaps the most common of problems encountered
by the woodturner. The digs-ins which ensue from incorrect presentation
cause many turners to avoid using the skew chisels and consequently reduce
their skills and limit their opportunities of turning between centres.
The new Spindlemaster does away with this problem. Its design is flat
on one surface, and the oval on the other making dig-ins a thing of the
past. It is easy to use for even the least experienced turner. In addition
to doing the regular planning job of the skew chisel, the Spindlemaster
will also cut both beads and coves with the greatest ease. The Spindlemaster
gives a fine finish every time. That is a particular advantage when working
on soft woods like pine which normally leave a very coarse finish.
Micro Spindlemaster - Since it's introduction, the Spindlemaster
has become the favorite tool of many turners. That is not surprising when
you consider it's advantages - it has no corners to dig in, it planes,
beads, coves and trims end grain, and it's polished bevel gives a superb
finish from the tool especially on softer woods. Now this micro version
has been introduced with all the same advantages. That makes it ideal
for those specializing in miniature work, bobbin makers and pen turners.
|Size||Part Number||Overall Length||Handle Length|
|1/2" - 13mm||24048||6-1/4"||10"|
|3/4" - 19mm||24058||16-1/4"||10"|
|1" - 25mm||24066||18-1/4"||12"|
|Quantity||Item Number||Item||Stock Status||Price|
1/2'' Robert Sorby #812H Spindlemaster
3/4'' Robert Sorby #812H Spindlemaster
1'' Robert Sorby #812H Spindlemaster