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  • BCT SuperCut
    in both ½ 13 mm and 3 8 10 mm cutter diameter versions Both sizes are mounted on the same shank which is now common to the entire tool range and also enjoys the benefit of the stabiliser bar mentioned under the HolloMate description This combination gives the new tool a good reach over the toolrest similar to that of the old ½ Supercut and also eliminates the problems experienced when using the tool with the head turned into the lateral offset position A development which brings this venerable tool right up to the minute is the Upgrade Kit listed which contains a diamond finished Tungsten Carbide Cutter mounted on a specially machined pocketed stem to which it is secured by a fitted screw These upgrades are available with either 10 mm or 6 mm diameter cutters fitted Either of these will prove to be a real timber eater though experience has shown that the larger diameter cutter is superior when it comes to creating a fine micro finish on the work surface whilst the 6 mm diameter cutter is perfect for simply removing the greatest amount of timber in the shortest possible time whilst living to tell the tale Unlike most TCT cutters which have a less sharp edge than an equivalent HSS cutter these diamond finished tools are every bit as sharp and stay that way for a very very very long time Replacement TCT cutters are also available but please note these cutters are NOT suitable for mounting on the standard Supercut II cutter stem To purchase the Supercut II and other fine BCT tools please go back up one level to the product list Converting Between Models and Functionalities It is simplicity itself to convert any model in the new BCT range to any other model

    Original URL path: http://www.toolpost.co.uk/pages/Turning_Tools/BCT_Intro/BCT_SuperCut/bct_supercut.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Hamlet Gouges
    HCT084 1 2 to HCT082 1 4 at bottom The ToolPost s own style of compact tools see above were developed to enable users of smaller compact and bench top lathes to enjoy the fluidity of movement and correct tool presentation that is impossible when using conventional tools in a relatively confined area If the swing on your lathe is seven inches or less or if the between centres distance is less than about fourteen inches then you should be looking at these tools seriously They were designed specifically for you See also our Compac Tool Set Everything you wanted to know about bowl gouges but were afraid to ask Photo top left shows comparison between Celtic grind left and square grind right Photo left is a detail of the Celtic grind Above right is a comparison of the flute shapes with a Hamlet standard flute on the left and Masterflute on the right The Celtic grind featured on these gouges can be easily maintained using the Hamlet Celtic Grinding Jig as used in the factory to create this excellent tip profile NB Prices quoted in pounds sterling Value Added Tax will be added to invoices to EU residents Unless

    Original URL path: http://www.toolpost.co.uk/pages/Turning_Tools/Hamlet_Tools/Hamlet_Gouges/hamlet_gouges.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Hamlet Parting
    of the skew chisel designed to make bead rolling easier as well as making the tool more versatile such that it can be used for creating sweeping coves and other spindle features Available in 1 2 3 4 and 1 forms as listed above Simply hone the top face to sharpen do not grind the bevel side or you may lose the profile NB Prices quoted in pounds sterling Value

    Original URL path: http://www.toolpost.co.uk/pages/Turning_Tools/Hamlet_Tools/Hamlet_Parting/hamlet_parting.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Hamlet Scrapers
    three scraper tips to be put onto the tool these tips can then be orientated into any position to better accomplish the task in hand Special Scrapers Mushroom tool see left and hook tools shown right NB Prices quoted in pounds sterling Value Added Tax will be added to invoices to EU residents unless a valid EU VAT Registration Number is provided 1997 2010 P Hemsley The information on this

    Original URL path: http://www.toolpost.co.uk/pages/Turning_Tools/Hamlet_Tools/Hamlet_Scrapers/hamlet_scrapers.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Crown Scrapers
    anyway Right 253XW 260XW Heavy Weight Scrapers Also amongst the huge array of scrapers are two sizes of Box Scrapers the 1 4 shown left and the 3 8 Smaller in section than the other scrapers and with a chamfer towards the tip to give a less vigourous bite and thus give more control whilst working with delicate objects such as boxes NB Prices quoted in pounds sterling Value Added

    Original URL path: http://www.toolpost.co.uk/pages/Turning_Tools/Crown_Tools/Crown_Scrapers/crown_scrapers.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Hamlet Tools Tests
    know Jarrah can be pretty heavily infiltrated by mineral residue which travels up with the sap this had plenty of that Add to that the burial in cinders grit and gravel for fifty years and more and you ll have some idea of the state of the stuff But it s a lovely colour I had previously had a go at it and knew that it was going to be tough it is hard and dense at the best of times For my test I used the four gouges Taylor Sorby Hamlet 2030 and Hamlet 2060 in turn initially using the Hamlet tools unsharpened straight out of the box The conventional HSS gouges blunted quickly The going got tough as I had to force the tools to cut and the finish deteriorated I re sharpened them and the same quickly happened again I used the two Hamlet tools for the job from start to finish with no apparent significant dulling or loss of cutting performance they just cut and cut After doing the comparative test I tried sharpening the Hamlet tools It was as easy as any HSS tool maybe easier as their hot toughness is very much better than HSS They sharpened quickly cleanly and easily the only noticeably difference being a more dull sound of the tool on the wheel a white AlOx wheel more like grinding cast iron compared with steel and a more dead soft feel as distinct from the ringing you get with steel I have since used them in conventional bowl turning and though I have yet to get the grind 100 to my liking they are performing admirably I wouldn t throw away my HSS tools but these are a very useful addition to the armoury especially on larger work where you may

    Original URL path: http://www.toolpost.co.uk/pages/Turning_Tools/Hamlet_Tools/Hamlet_Gouge/Hamlet_Tool_Tests/hamlet_tool_tests.html (2016-04-28)
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  • Sharpening_advice
    to show you or practise first with a file and a piece of 1 8 3mm plate steel Learning to sharpen is every bit as much a skill as is learning to use the tool indeed any tool itself There are a couple of definite NO NOs to observe DO NOT attempt to hone file sharpen fettle or do anything else to the inside of the hole which forms the cutting edge This is carefully and specifically shaped and meddling with it will in all likelihood damage the shaping DO NOT attempt to sharpen the ring by honing or stoning across the narrow edge of the cutter i e do not hone in a direction perpendicular to the face of the cutter see diagram below Here are a few sketches note the word sketches not works of art that I knocked up to try to illustrate the points made above And finally when using the hollowing tool keep the gap between the cutter and cover limited to NO MORE than 0 020 0 5mm After use especially on wet wood I d recommend drying the tool thoroughly and ensuring that any build up of sap or other extractives is removed

    Original URL path: http://www.toolpost.co.uk/pages/Turning_Tools/Hamlet_Tools/Multi-Handle/Sharpening_advice/sharpening_advice.html (2016-04-28)
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  • PatriotJawDims
    4 70mm 3 3 4 95mm 2 5 16 59mm 3 5 16 84mm RSJ4 3 1 2 inch 3 1 2 89mm 4 1 2 114mm 3 1 16 78mm 4 1 16 103mm RSJ5 4 1 4 inch 4 1 4 108mm 5 1 4 133mm 3 13 16 97mm 4 13 16 122mm RSJP Pin Jaws 1 25mm 2 50mm 17 32 14 mm 1 17 32 39mm RSJDG Deep Grip Jaws 4 1 4 108mm 5 1 4 133mm 3 13 16 97mm 4 13 16 122mm RSJBR Bowl Reversing Jaws MinimumBowl Diameter 2 50mm Maximum Bowl Diameter 9 232mm RSJC Custom Jaws 3 75mm 4 100mm 1 8 3mm User Defined 1 Expansion Mode is employed when the chuck jaws are inserted into a recess in the base of the workpiece The workpiece is then gripped by expanding the jaws until they grip inside the recess 2 Compression Mode is employed when the chuck jaws are tightened down onto a spigot or foot which stands out from the base of the workpiece 3 The 50 mm jaws are supplied as standard with Patriot chuck packages All dimensions are nominal and for guidance only E O

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