This tool is made with the same hardware I also sell. The handle is a symmetrical segmented assembly with White Oak, Curly Bubinga, Katalox, Satinwood and has Curly Bubinga ends. The tool body has a black oxide finish. The cutting bit is made of cobalt HSS steel and is ¼ inch square.
I've tried to show several views of the handle so that you can see the design and detail. I’ve also added one other detail with the use of stainless steel set screws to hold the bit. They show very nicely against the black oxide finish on the steel tool body.
Please note that the stand shown holding the tool is not available or included with your purchase.
This is a large tool with the overall length at just over 24 inches. The chrome-moly steel body is ½ inch hex and extends 9 inches from the handle. The grip area of the handle has a slight curve similar to Sorby tools and is about 1 ¼ inches around. This is my standard sized tool intended for hollowing and general shaping.
The bit is ¼ inch square and 2 1/4 inches long and sharpened to a round nose on both ends. It is made of 5% cobalt high-speed tool steel. Considering that these bits are made to cut metal they’ll hold an edge for a long time turning any kind of wood. This will also allow you to turn brass, copper, aluminum and composite materials like plastics and micarta. You can sharpen it many times so you'll have plenty of time before you have to replace it. It also will store completely into the tool body so that the cutting edge is protected and everything else (like a car seat for instance) is protected from it. The Allen wrench you use to adjust and replace the bit is included, and it stores in the end of the handle. A neodymium magnet holds the wrench in place. You can see this in one of the photos.
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Like my other tools and turnings, this is signed and numbered. Each item is recorded in my log book so I can always confirm that I made a particular item. Remember, you can click on Zoom in the images in the ad to see an even larger image of the tool.
You can also learn more about me and these tools on my web site: WWW.DWMontville.com.