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Paddle style for added leverage and cutting power—shallow contour lets you empty it by scraping against the edge of a bowl.

Rockler Ice Cream Paddle Turning Kit

Item #
50044
Rating:
74% of 100
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Rockler Ice Cream Paddle Turning Kit

Our exclusive Ice Cream Paddle has the leverage and broad cutting edge to cut through the coldest cream. Sometimes called an ice cream spade, ice cream paddles have a shallower contour that allows you to empty the ice cream by scraping it against the edge of your bowl or dish. While ball-type scoops are great for filling cones, spades are perfect for filling bowls or for serving ice cream over a hot slice of pie without it rolling off onto the plate or floor. You can also use the back of the paddle for smoothing ice cream cakes and other delectable deserts. Made from stainless steel for maximum corrosion-resistance. Boasts a fine polish. Turn your own handle on the lathe for a customized gift, or keep it for your own kitchen. Turning blank not included.


Features:

  • Includes a 5/16-18 threaded insert—simply drill a hole in your blank, thread in the insert, and thread the scoop onto the turned handle
  • Easily disassembled for cleaning or to swap the handle
  • Made from stainless steel for the ultimate in corrosion resistance
  • For the handle, we recommend a strong hardwood such as maple, cherry, walnut, oak, or yellow birch. Of the imported hardwoods bubinga, purpleheart, gongola alves and cocobolo make wonderful handles
(1) Rockler Ice Cream Paddle with Threaded Stud
(1) 5/16-18 Threaded Insert
More Information
Brand Rockler
Tech Spec
  • Material: 304 Stainless Steel
  • Width: 2-5/8'' (paddle)
  • Length: 5'' (without threaded stud/handle)
  • Recommended Blank Size: 1-1/2'' x 1-1/2'' x 6''
Technical Documents
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Ice Cream Paddle
Turned my first handle for an ice cream paddle, and I was pleasantly surprised when I used it for the first time how much better it actually is for scooping out ice cream from a carton than a standard scoop. I ordered a couple more paddles to turn for friends/family.
July 9, 2019
Purchased
3 weeks ago
The kit was great. Could have used better installation instuctions.
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Added Jan 27, 2019
January 27, 2019
Purchased
6 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
For Christmas gifts
made these for gifts at the last minute and with the directions all went well. everyone loved them!
December 28, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
The appearance of the paddle was looked shinier than other ones I have gotten from other sources which made it look cheaper. Also the size of the drill bit recommended for drilling the hole (1/2") is to big to get a good fit for the anchor in the handle for the paddle to screw into. Also there was price break for increased number of kits purchased. And there was consideration for getting a break in shipping. I will search for another supplier when I need to reorder.
June 18, 2019
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Advanced
Just ok
I purchased this with the intentions of turning a handle out of resin. My first attempt, my hole I drilled was too big. I went by the instructions provided. Second attempt was a smaller hole and when I attempted to screw the sleeve in the hole it broke. My third attempt will be to drill and tap the resin with the hopes that it will accept the threaded ice cream paddle. Good luck. By the way, it did seem to go in to wood alright.
May 29, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
Didn’t thread I. Like the pizza cutter at all could barely even get it to thread!!
May 20, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
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Why did you choose this?
Rockler Store
found old ice cream paddle and liked the design over scoops.
Brian L on Jul 14, 2019
Looks useful.
Applewoodie on May 8, 2019
found old ice cream paddle and liked the design over scoops.
Brian L on Jul 14, 2019
To make handcrafted wooden paddles to give as gifts or to sell at craft fairs.
Dennis W on May 29, 2019
Looks useful.
Applewoodie on May 8, 2019
Gift
John G on Apr 25, 2019
Restocking. Very Popular item.
W A on Apr 5, 2019
I like Rockler and am just learning to use my wood lathe. These projects seem like the perfect opportunity to use my lathe.
vickie kamlowsky K on Mar 4, 2019
Design, Quality and Price
Ross B on Feb 6, 2019
Looked like a nice gift for my kids.
James R on Jan 18, 2019
To make to sell at craft shows.
Dennis W on Jan 7, 2019
to complete my set
Robert H on Dec 22, 2018
Purchased 2, two weeks ago - turned both handles up in the last week today I showed them to at least one customer and she bought the sample on the spot! Decided I needed more to make.
David R on Dec 19, 2018
Looks like something I'd like to add to my Utensil drawer, if I want it perhaps somebody else will too.
David R on Dec 6, 2018
Curious, neat looking scoop.
Clint5699 on Nov 26, 2018
Stainless steel, washable because of the insert.
K I on Nov 25, 2018
To make handcrafted wooden paddles to give as gifts or to sell at craft fairs.
Dennis W on May 29, 2019
Gift
John G on Apr 25, 2019
What handle material is recommended for the ice cream paddle?
Larry R on Dec 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: There really is no recommended material. You can use anything you can turn. The paddle head unscrews from the handle for washing so there’s no danger of it getting destroyed in a dishwasher.
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