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Turning Tools

  1. Robert Sorby TurnMaster Plus Turning Tool Set with Case
    Robert Sorby TurnMaster Plus Turning Tool Set
    8 Review(s)
    Includes an ash-handled TurnMaster turning tool with three interchangeable carbide heads—round, square and diamond—plus a 3/4'' Roughing Gouge, 1/8'' Parting Tool and a diamond file.
    $299.00
    Out of stock
  2. Robert Sorby Sovereign Deluxe Spiralling and Texturing Tool Set with Case
    Robert Sorby Sovereign Deluxe Spiralling and Texturing Tool Set with Case
    Combines the full-sized and micro-sized Spiralling and Texturing Tools with the modular Sovereign handle system for incredible versatility at a value price.
    $349.00
  3. Robert Sorby Sovereign Deluxe 6-Piece Turning Tool Set with Case
    Robert Sorby Sovereign Deluxe 6-Piece Turning Tool Set with Case
    1 Review(s)
    Combines six of Sorby's most sought-after turning tools with the versatility of the Sovereign modular handle system.
    $319.00
  4. Crown 5 Piece Full Size Turning Set
    Crown 5 Piece Full Size Turning Set
    4 Review(s)
    Designed for the beginning wood turner.
    $229.99
  5. Robert Sorby Sovereign Deluxe TurnMaster Tool Set with Case
    Robert Sorby Sovereign Deluxe TurnMaster Tool Set with Case
    3 Review(s)
    Get the versatility of the TurnMaster interchangeable cutting head system in a well-stocked kit that offers both variety and economy!
    $299.00

Turning Tools

In wood turning, you have two types of turning tools to choose from: traditional turning tools and carbide-insert turning tools.

Traditional wood turning tools are made from high speed steel (HSS) and require regular sharpening. Common types of traditional turning tools include gouges, skew chisels, parting tools and specialty tools.

Carbide-insert turning tools are available in a range of sizes for various scales and cutting profiles. Popular cutting profiles include round for roughing stock, square for roughing stock and smoothing tenons, square radius for a smooth finishing cut and diamond for cutting grooves, beads and decorative details. Carbide turning tools do not require sharpening as you turn the cutter to expose fresh edges and then replace the carbide cutter when all edges become dull.

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