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Bent Stencil Cutting Woodburning Tool Tip

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Bent stencil cutting tip allows for more versatile use of your woodburning tool. For use with 10-in-1 Woodburning Kit (#50726, sold separately). Tip fits Lenk brand 15-watt, 23-watt, 25-watt and 30-watt woodburning irons.

(1) Bent Stencil Cutting Woodburning Tool Tip
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Brand Wall Lenk
Manufacturer Part Number WB25BT
Weight 0.0100
4.6 / 5.0
10 Reviews
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Super product
I am new to making my own stencils and have tried different tips including the razor knife with very little success on making clean cuts in stencil plastic. I was told about this particular tip and am glad I purchased and tried it! My stencil cuts have greatly improved and are much cleaner. I would recommend this tip to anyone making their own stencils regardless of their experience level.
March 16, 2020
3 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Tip worked wonderful. But just a heads up. You need to apply VERY LITTLE pressure to this very fine tipped tool.
February 5, 2020
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
I recommend Rockler. Better if the shipping was free.
Great for detailing. Can’t put much pressure on it though.
May 14, 2019
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
This is my favorite tip to use with Pyrography. I get the best results with this tip, especially on tiny pieces!
I use the bent tip on every Woodburning I do! This is a pendant I did with a stipling technique.
Another pyrography pendant I did,  using the bent tip. I love this tip!
May 10, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Bent stencil tool
This tool fits in my WSB25WB Weller wood burning tool. It works great, I don't stencil wood, I use mine to stipple fire arms. The curved tip is less fatiguing than the usual straight tip of the tool. I also have another stencil tool it fits the threads on it too.
March 5, 2017
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Works great, more accuracy. Thank You
June 16, 2016
over 4 years ago
Bent tip!
These bent Stencil Cutting Woodburning Tips work really well for my application. I use these tips for my stippling of polymer frame pistols like Glocks.

The effect that the tips create are perfect and they are more resilient than the tips I got with the tool I bought. I use the bent tip as it is more comfortable to use and visually see where the tip placement is on the surface I work on.

If you're gonna get into wood or polymer work, you'll appreciate these tips.
May 9, 2015
over 5 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Tip bends after 10-15 minutes use.
August 13, 2019
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
It works good.
Great shape and bend angle. I wash using an old wet towel to clean off the flashing, and it would come loose every now and then, so I tried tightening it back on. When it's hot, it bends the tip a lot easier. So if it comes loose use a pliers to tighten it back on. I was using it to stipple a plastic grip frame. It also works on G10 handles as well, just gives a little crunch as you melt in.
February 5, 2018
over 2 years ago
Great shape but melts easily
This is a great shape for fine wordburning. The only drawback is that if your woodburner produces high heat, then the tip of this attachment will start to bend out of shape the more you work it on a workpiece.
December 11, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
Expand the use of the wood burning set I got for my grandchildren
R O on Dec 16, 2019
Because it's well made and does the job
Christopher Ali H on Aug 5, 2019
Expand the use of the wood burning set I got for my grandchildren
R O on Dec 16, 2019
Fits my stencil burner and it was hard to find replacements
Tommy D on Nov 25, 2019
Because it's well made and does the job
Christopher Ali H on Aug 5, 2019
Wood burning verses on trays
Russell J K on Jul 15, 2019
I want to add wood burning to some of my projects.
Steven R on Apr 12, 2019
It's the best tip for the drawing I am doing the lord's last supper
Greg F on Dec 29, 2018
The reviews were good.
Sharon Penn P on Nov 26, 2018
need something for fine lines
Sunday B on Nov 10, 2018
It looks easier to handle & control than the standard tips.
Arlene S on May 22, 2018
Bruce P on Feb 23, 2018
For cutting Mylar stencils
Wayne W on Nov 4, 2017
Ease of use
RICHARD S on Nov 3, 2017
Want to try out soldering fine wire.
Carl F. B on Oct 8, 2017
I need a quality tip
Jesse R on Sep 13, 2017
JOSHUA ALAN P on Apr 8, 2017
Earl L on Jan 26, 2017
I cut stencils in matte vellum on nearly a daily basis for art projects.
Kris T on Jan 6, 2017
I cut ribbon with these.
Patricia C on Dec 11, 2016
my daughter wanted it
William K on Nov 26, 2016
My husband uses this tool constantly and it is hard to find. Thank you for carrying it.
cinda w on Mar 24, 2016
Sounds like a nice extra touch.
Margaret G on Feb 1, 2016
Husband does wood burning art and needed this particular tip. It is not being sold in hobby shops around us. Thank goodness you have it!
Linda S on Jan 29, 2016
Joe Z on Jan 25, 2016
I make my own stencils...better than an xacto knife
Susan C on Jan 11, 2016
Suggested by you
Mary M on Nov 28, 2015
For my son
Mark C on Nov 26, 2015
I picked this item for several reasons but the main one is because I'm left handed and I find that it is easier to use long straight and narrow tools, like my woodburning tool, when the tip is bent or angled instead of straight.
LUCILLE R on Sep 8, 2015
this is my favorite tip for woodburning. its so versatile and give me plenty of visibility to get straight lines in tight spots in whatever art piece I do
Adriana C on May 29, 2015
This is the smallest (finest) tip available for fine detail work anywhere that I have been able to find. Definitely you will want a temperature regulator with this tip; being as narrow as it is, if you use full heat, this tip will warp. when this tip begins to dull, use a rough nail file to regain the sharp tip. Should the tip bend or warp, use plies gently to restore the straightened tip you require.
brenda h on May 25, 2015
Only place I was able to find that supplied this item
hydee w on May 19, 2015
Gun Stippling
Drew W on May 14, 2015
My husband uses the for custom stippling jobs on firearms
Marcia S on May 6, 2015
Fits my stencil burner and it was hard to find replacements
Tommy D on Nov 25, 2019
Wood burning verses on trays
Russell J K on Jul 15, 2019
I have a Dremel Versa Tip Plus tool. Will this tip fit it?
bruce g on Jul 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I do not know. It would depend on the thread size and count
Will this bent tip fit my walnut hollow wood burning tool?
Gregory C on Jan 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it will. Walnut Hollow is the wood burner I use.
What is the bent tip for?
gypsiespirit on Jan 31, 2020
BEST ANSWER: The tip is fine so it gets into small places and the bend makes for a very smooth glide. You can’t put too much pressure on it cuz it will bend more. I hope this helps.
I am looking for a stencil cutter. which wood burning tool is a good basic one to get and what tips come with it that are suitable for stencil cutting. At some future point in time I may do wood work too. Are all tips that come with wood burning also suitable for stencil making? what stencil material do you recommend?
A shopper on May 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The wood burning tool I have is Lenk, Model #L23WB. I purchased it for use in stencil making and encaustics.
I don't remember which tips came with it. The tips I ordered separately are "Wood Working & Soldering Tips Set" by SE. No. WP28, 28 pc set. I like it. The stencil material I have used so far is the plastic dividers you can buy at the Dollar Store, or an office supply store. These work just fine. I'm sorry I'm not familiar with wood burning, but the tips pack I ordered are for such. They work great for stenciling also.
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