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Turning Tools

  1. Fingernail bowl gouge for wood turning
    Robert Sorby Bowl Gouges-Fingernail Bowl Gouges
    9 Review(s)
    Robert Sorby fingernail bowl gouges are ideal for making bowls, producing either massive profiling cuts or delicate cuts as necessary.

    Starting at: From $69.99

  2. 3/4" Robert Sorby #843H Roughing-Out Gouge
    $89.99
  3. Robert Sorby Micro Gouge Blade
    $21.99
  4. Robert Sorby Spindle Gouges-Standard Spindle Gouges
    Robert Sorby Spindle Gouges-Standard Spindle Gouges
    2 Review(s)
    Robert Sorby standard spindle gouges are detailing tools used on between-center work to create profiles.

    Starting at: From $46.99

  5. Bowl gouge are a must-have tool for woodturning bowls
    Robert Sorby Bowl Gouges-Standard Bowl Gouges
    6 Review(s)
    Robert Sorby standard bowl gouges are ideal for making bowls, producing either massive profiling cuts or delicate cuts as necessary.

    Starting at: From $79.99

  6. Fingernail Bowl Gouge
    $46.99
  7. Robert Sorby Spindle Gouges-Fingernail Spindle Gouges
    Robert Sorby Spindle Gouges-Fingernail Spindle Gouges
    4 Review(s)
    Robert Sorby fingernail spindle gouges are detailing tools used on between-center work to create profiles.

    Starting at: From $58.99

  8. 39659 - Hollowmaster for Sorby Sovereign System (SOV-RS230)

    Starting at: From $79.99

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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