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All four of our Mini carbide profiles in one cost-saving set—comfortable rubber handles provide excellent control and reduced fatigue.

3-Piece Mini Ergonomic Carbide Turning Tool Set with Bonus Square Radius Tool

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Get all four of our Mini carbide profiles in one cost-saving set! Includes round, diamond, square and square radius profiles. Each tool features a replaceable, rotatable cutter that eliminates the hassle and downtime of sharpening. Simply rotate the carbide cutter for a fresh, sharp edge, and replace it once all available edges have grown dull. The solid carbide cutting edges stay sharper, longer when compared to steel. The handles are turned from fine, solid ash, and feature an ergonomic rubber overmold that enhances your grip and reduces fatigue. 13-1/2" long overall.

 

Diamond Carbide Mini Turning Tool is ideal for use as a parting tool, and for tight profiles. Overall length of the diamond cutter is 1-1/8''. Angle of diamond cutter is approximately 35 degrees.
Square Carbide Mini Turning Tool is ideal for flat or convex areas on spindles and pen turnings. Square cutter is 3/8'' square.
Round Carbide Mini Turning Tool is ideal for producing a smooth finish on curved, concave surfaces and for general turning applications. Diameter of the circular cutter is just under 1/2''.
Square Radius Carbide Mini Turning Tool features a subtle 2'' radius that works perfectly for smoothing cuts. Cutter measures approximately 1/2'' square with a 2'' radius on all four edges.

(1) Mini Ergonomic Carbide Turning Tool, Round (#48162)
(1) Mini Ergonomic Carbide Turning Tool, Square (#44622)
(1) Mini Ergonomic Carbide Turning Tool, Diamond (#47459)
(1) Mini Ergonomic Carbide Turning Tool, Square Radius (#49804)
(1) Wrench
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Brand Rockler
Manufacturer Part Number No
Weight 3.6500
Tech Spec
  • Overall Tool Length: 13-1/2''
  • Handle Length: 9-1/2''
  • Shaft Length: 4''
  • Handle Material: Solid ash with rubber overmold
  • Shank Material: Stainless steel
  • Cutter Material: Carbide
  • Cutter Sizes: Approximately 0.45'' diameter; 3/8'' square, 1-1/8'' long x 35° angle, approximately 1/2'' square with 2'' radius on all four edges
  • Replacement Cutter #s: R1 (#47907), S1 (#42282), D1 (#47661), SR1 (#47377)
Tech Docs No
Tool Type No
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Very nice for small lid boxes!
May 9, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
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Sale price was to good to pass up
Fred L on Apr 26, 2018
I turn with traditional tools, so I wanted to try the carbide tools and the bonus tool was a plus.
gerald b on Apr 18, 2018
Sale price was to good to pass up
Fred L on Apr 26, 2018
Great reviews and price
Walter A on Apr 25, 2018
I turn with traditional tools, so I wanted to try the carbide tools and the bonus tool was a plus.
gerald b on Apr 18, 2018
Size and price
Bill Martin B on Apr 15, 2018
on sale
Denton A on Apr 15, 2018
A good deal
Karen W on Apr 13, 2018
Quality; good reviews on-line.
Robert W on Feb 21, 2018
Great reviews and price
Walter A on Apr 25, 2018
Size and price
Bill Martin B on Apr 15, 2018
why does it say all four but only has three?
Peter W on Dec 3, 2017
Does it come with individual protective casings?
tata pepe on Aug 1, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I assume that you are talking about something over the ends. They don't in the box. I use different sizes of plastic tubing that I get from a hardware store to protect mine. Just take your tools and see what fits each one. You can buy short lengths of the tubing to fit over the ends. I label them with marker.
what is the size of the shank on theses tools?
Bruce R on Nov 28, 2017
BEST ANSWER: 7/16"