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An old favorite of ours with a handy new twist-spin the dial for variable temperature control!

Walnut Hollow® Creative Versa-Tool Wood Burning Kit

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Walnut Hollow® Creative Versa-Tool Wood Burning Kit

This all-in-one woodburning kit combines a woodburning tool, folding stand, storage case w/dividers, 11 interchangeable points and lead-free solder into a handy locking storage case that hangs on the wall. Woodburning tool heats to 950° for quick, sharp burns, and features a comfortable rubber grip with a temperature dial on the 5' cord.

  • Uses: woodburning, leather crafting, soldering, stamping, paper crafting, hot knife cutting, pattern transferring, embossing, stencil cutting, personalizing
  • Universal Point: Great for all fundamental woodburning techniques
  • Flow Point: Half-spherical tip burns curves, dots, dot-shading and cursive writing
  • Shading Point: Broad, spade-like tip creates beautiful side shading and large area shading with a very light touch
  • Calligraphy Point: Write basic calligraphy style lettering, shaping and burning techniques
  • Tapered Point: Cuts intricate designs with ease in a variety of materials. Great for cutting stencils
  • Soldering Point: Use with lead-free solder (included) to join metal
  • Hot Knife Point: Hot razor cuts and shapes a variety of materials
  • Transfer Point: Transfers photocopies of black and white laser and color laser images onto surfaces
  • 3 Stamping Points: Circle, Square and Star Points can be used separately or together to create interesting patterns and borders on multiple surfaces
  • Variable temperature control with a 950° max temp
(1) Woodburning tool with variable temperature dial
(1) Storage case with dividers
(1) Universal point
(1) Flow point
(1) Shading point
(1) Calligraphy point
(1) Tapered point
(1) Soldering point
(1) Hot Knife point
(1) Transfer point
(3) Stamping point
More Information
Brand Walnut Hollow Farm
Manufacturer Part Number 38283
Weight 1.0500
Tech Spec
  • Cord Length: 5' L
  • UL listed
  • 25 Watt/120V
4.3 / 5.0
67 Reviews
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It was a gift for my son
August 21, 2018
7 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
If you need to do some wood burning look the at Walnut hollow tool.
The Walnut Hollow burning tool did a great job has a nice variety of tips who made the project easy.
July 31, 2018
8 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
great tool
I like the way I can do things with thank you.
July 10, 2018
9 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Good product
This is a work horse of a tool at an affordable price. Not as sufficticated as the high end burners. But a good product non the less
May 16, 2018
10 months ago
Woodworking Experience:
Gunny Barlow
A gift to my wife she is beyond words pleased with this product.
February 20, 2018
1 year ago
Very Nice Tool
I bought this on sale for $20 and it was a real bargain. I like using it very much.
December 11, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
This tool is wonderful!! I wish I purchased it long ago!
November 29, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Nice tool for the price.
A great tool for the price, I had to modify one of the included tips to do what I wanted. A minor inconvenience, good heat range I thought. The heat regulator could be in a better place for my purpose, at the chord end would nice.
November 21, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
My friend borrowed mine... Loved it so much she bought one as well!
November 3, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Wood burning!
I've been woodburning recreationally for a number of years. If you've been doing it a while you may be like me. Buying a cheaper model burner becomes a habit. They get lost, the tip melts or gets stuck where you screw it in etc... At the same time you start getting better and quicker AND THEN you start taking on more complex projects AND THEN people start asking you to burn them signs etc... This is a great upgrade especially if you are working on harder woods and need a hotter tool. I've read that the dial can get in the way but I just move it where I need to get it out of the way. Make sure not to use on the hottest setting without testing first on the type of wood you plan to use.
September 24, 2017
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
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rick n on Mar 4, 2019
Retirement gift for woodworking boss!
Erin B on Jan 11, 2019
rick n on Mar 4, 2019
my woodburning tool broke and needed a new one and liked the idea of a temperature control tool
dennis m on Jan 13, 2019
Retirement gift for woodworking boss!
Erin B on Jan 11, 2019
I like the temperature control
Greg F on Dec 29, 2018
I bought this as a Christmas gift for my daughter and granddaughter.
Althea K on Dec 14, 2018
To complete a project
Mike B on Dec 12, 2018
I looked at several kits for a beginner and read the reviews and all seemed to be pretty positive about this product. The price was good also for what is in the wood burning kit.
Jeff K on Dec 9, 2018
It's a gift for Christmas. After reading reviews of several products on a variety of sites, this one seems to be the best quality for a beginner tool.
Pamela H on Dec 7, 2018
I chose this over the others because it looked like a great starter tool. Plus I really enjoyed all the tutorial videos provided in the description of this product.
Marry H on Dec 5, 2018
Christmas project
Matt T on Dec 5, 2018
Alina O on Dec 3, 2018
always wanted to try it so I splurged and bought it
S T on Dec 3, 2018
Very good deal worth the try.
William B on Dec 1, 2018
upgrade my tool
William E on Nov 26, 2018
so my husband can sign his work
desiree m on Nov 26, 2018
Janet B on Nov 25, 2018
Met my needs
BILL T on Nov 25, 2018
I like it
Robert B on Nov 23, 2018
Recommended by an art teacher
Nancy F on Nov 18, 2018
I like this kit - for the price it comes with what looks like a nice inexpensive tool as well as a case for organizing things. Organization is key for me in my small shop.
Amy M on Nov 14, 2018
to have fun
brian l on Nov 14, 2018
I want to put designs on goards
Paula H on Nov 12, 2018
Appears to be a good quality, reasonably priced tool with some good optional components to do various wood burning tasks.
John C on Oct 16, 2018
I wanted to burn some monograms on Christmas presents this year. This in conjunction with the HotStamps uppercase letters will no nicely.
Brett M on Oct 14, 2018
needed to try woodburning
harold h on Oct 6, 2018
I broke my old one.
Alan C on Sep 26, 2018
Special woodworking project
Jim B on Jun 3, 2018
Renew old hobby and add decorative woodturning to wood projects.
David W on May 7, 2018
easy to use, small and temp control unit
wayne b on Apr 9, 2018
It will aid me to write special and memorable words to my children.
Manuel L on Feb 12, 2018
To play around with
Bonnie P on Feb 1, 2018
Because I enjoy doing crafts with it.
LINDA H on Jan 25, 2018
Wanted to date our wood crafts.
Elizabeth S on Jan 25, 2018
I thought I would use this instead of signing my work with a marker.
DENNIS B on Jan 3, 2018
Best Price
Darlene P on Dec 24, 2017
JUDY M on Dec 15, 2017
The sales price and the options and that it has a case and temperature control.
Becky S on Dec 13, 2017
To use this with the uppercase letters.
Roger Hartgrave on Dec 10, 2017
assortment of tips,
control in cord
Mark S on Dec 9, 2017
it's a gift chosen by the recipient
Pamela W on Dec 5, 2017
John R on Dec 4, 2017
Christmas gift for my father.
Thomas K on Nov 29, 2017
xmas gift
Robert W on Nov 29, 2017
Christmas Gifts
Teresa T on Nov 24, 2017
Reid D on Nov 19, 2017
Jimmy on Nov 12, 2017
Great Reviews
John R on Oct 26, 2017
To write messages and put name on wood projects we give for gifts.
Ron R on Oct 6, 2017
Contents and price.
Jerry W. W on Aug 14, 2017
Demo was very helpful about the ease of use.
Forrest O on Jul 19, 2017
my woodburning tool broke and needed a new one and liked the idea of a temperature control tool
dennis m on Jan 13, 2019
I like the temperature control
Greg F on Dec 29, 2018
what is the lowest temperature and by what increments does the temperature increase? Thanks!
youny on Nov 9, 2015
Tip has broken off in the pen. How can I remove the metal left inside the pen? A little bit below shaft threading.
DeAnna B on Jun 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: If it's broken past the head there shouldn't be any pressure holding the threads in. use a nail thinner than the threaded insert, dab some super glue on the tip, adhere it to the piece stuck inside. after it dries, it should back out without a problem.
Why would there be a problem getting the tips to go in the actual tool after only one project? It's like something is in the way and won't let it screw in .
Deb M on Aug 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I haven't had that problem. However, what comes to mind is that it may have become gummed up with burnt sap or other material. I would check to make sure it is cleaned out well - especially the screw grooves. Expansion/contraction of the elements may be involved, but you would need to have a professional look for that issue. I'd be surprised if that was the case.
do these pens work to burn signatures and other words??
David W on Apr 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I would say yes. With the variety of tips in the kit, you should be able to find something that would work for a signature or words. Just practice for a bit on a scrap of the same wood as your project to choose the correct tip and temperature setting for the job, and you'll quickly get your technique down. I've used this kit a few times on small projects. I didn't want to spend a lot for the limited amount I figured I would use it, and the kit has filled the bill for me. Great quality for my needs.
I am looking to create a wall of signatures from guests who visit our house. My thought was to have each guest sign an individual 8x11 wood panel that we would post on a wall. What kind of wood panel would work? A cedar shake? Would this tool do the job?
Matthew M on Feb 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Cedar or Pine are good but Basswood is even softer and easier to burn into (I use this wood for carving as well).
I would suggest having folks sign the wood with a marker and then go behind with the wood burner. Most folks will find a wood burner, rotary tool or engraver too unwieldy to give you an accurate depiction of their signature so it's in my opinion that it would likely be better looking if you have your guests sign the wood with a marker that glides across the wood easily and then tackle the wood burning yourself. Pens or pencils tend to dig into wood and jump across grains (resulting in shaky looking writing) if too much pressure is applied while writing or if the wood isn't completely smooth. Markers are more forgiving but they can bleed so try some finer tipped ones on a scrap piece first.
Dumb question will it work to sipe or grove fat bike tires
Dan M on Feb 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Any type of hot iron can shape or groove rubber, but it will be messy and smelly. The toolhead is the correct size and shape and you can control it very well with the way the handle and body is designed. Work outdoors, wear a mask. Good luck
Do you make a wood burning versa tool that has the control non closer to the plug? I find on the one I bought the control knob gets hung up on edge of counter or my project!
Carolyn on Dec 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Interesing question because I experienced the same issue. To keep the temp dial knob from hanging up on the table top edge, I riged up a simple support wire post that lfted the wood burning cord above the table top's working surface. This keeps the knob up and off the table's edge while the wire support is flexible enough to allow for moving the units tip around the work surface. Another suggestion might be to cut the temp/set unit from the cord and after splicing the cut cord back together reinstalling the temp unit nearer the cord's plug end. Once set to the wanted temp you usually won't need to adjust it too often.
Can i USE this in Norway with a transformer (220-120)? Svein.
Sewest on Dec 25, 2016
I'm not an electrician but have spent some time in Europe (England, Iceland, Belgium, Denmark and Norway) where all my personal electronic items have worked correctly if the translating plugs for the pieces have been used so I have to assume that choosing the correct adaptor (plug) will be appropriate for the wood burning kit, as well. If I'm correct and the plug adaptor works I know that the wood burning kit is a quality piece of equipment and you should find it a valuable addition to your hand tools.
Is this the newest model?
Leilani on Jun 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I believe this is the latest wood burning tool kit from Walnut Hollow. It is my favorite tool for creating details on my pieces.
Will this work to permanently autograph & date the bottom of woodturned bowls?
Jane A on Oct 14, 2018
BEST ANSWER: That's what I use it for. As long as the wood isn't too dark (black walnut, etc.) it works well.
What is the spring used for in the kit?
Trishia E on Feb 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It’s not a spring, it’s the metal to a sauntering kit, you can also use this wood burner to saunter
The product overview indicates that a circle stamp tip is included. What is the size of the circle stamp?
Tess S on Jun 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: According to the information I received with mine, its diameter is 0.625 inches. To give you a better idea, it is almost exactly the diameter of a penny.
Video of how to use transfer tip?
John H on May 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Look under "See It In Action", each of the images is a video. The second video includes the transfer point.
Is there a custom logo stamp?
Roy M on Dec 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sorry no, there is no custom logo stamp offered for this tool.
Do you think this could work to "melt" divots or small holes to create a recess to glue point back rhinestones in hard plastic/acetate? Assuming there's a fine, sharp-pointed tip in this kit? Thank you!
J2Squared on Dec 25, 2017
I'm looking for a woodburning tool that has a super-fine (tiny) tip that will give me an indentation equal to 20pp/2.60mm on plastic/acetate/polycarbonate. Is this the tool to do that with, or should I be looking at a different option?
J2Squared on Dec 10, 2017
Are there pictures of each point so you know which one to use for what?
Cathy L on Jan 15, 2017
Can I order a transfer point separately?
Darrell M on Aug 14, 2016
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