Robert Larson



  Beading & Parting Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson

Beading & Parting Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson

Beading & Parting Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson. A 3/8 inch square chisel used for sizing, making beads or v-grooves on cylinders between centers. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-7510 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Bedan Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson

Bedan Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson

Bedan Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson. This parting tool quickly makes accurate and repetitive sizing cuts on spindles. Its outstanding when making bead cuts of smoothing small diameter spindles. The tools sides slope inward to reduce potential biding. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-7010 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Bowl Gouge Mid-Size Turning Tool 3/8 (10mm) x 6 inch (125mm) Handle by Robert Larson

Bowl Gouge Mid-Size Turning Tool 3/8 (10mm) x 6 inch (125mm) Handle by Robert Larson

Bowl Gouge Mid-Size Turning Tool 3/8 (10mm) x 6 inch (125mm) Handle by Robert Larson. There are three different mid-size Robert Larson turning tools. These turning tools are a little shorter than their full-size counterparts and can be extremely useful for smaller turnings, including pen turning. All three tools are fitted to a six inch handle. Collect them all. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-1050 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 1/2 inch (13mm) x 14 inch (300mm) by Robert Larson

Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 1/2 inch (13mm) x 14 inch (300mm) by Robert Larson

Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 1/2 inch (13mm) x 14 inch (300mm) by Robert Larson. Indispensable, traditional tool with a round and thicker profile for making bowls. For general work and roughing out. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-1020 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 1/4 inch (6mm) x 14 inch (300mm) by Robert Larson

Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 1/4 inch (6mm) x 14 inch (300mm) by Robert Larson

Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 1/4 inch (6mm) x 14 inch (300mm) by Robert Larson. Indispensable, traditional tool with a round and thicker profile for making bowls.The 1/4 inch gouge is for more delicate work. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-1010 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 3/4 inch (19mm) x 16 inch (400mm) by Robert Larson

$115.95

Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 3/4 inch (19mm) x 16 inch (400mm) by Robert Larson

Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 3/4 inch (19mm) x 16 inch (400mm) by Robert Larson. Indispensable, traditional tool with a round and thicker profile for making bowls. For roughing out. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-1025 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 14 inch (300mm) by Robert Larson

Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 14 inch (300mm) by Robert Larson

Bowl Gouge Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 14 inch (300mm) by Robert Larson. Indispensable, traditional tool with a round and thicker profile for making bowls. For moderately delicate work. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-1015 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 12mm

Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 12mm

Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 12mm. Here is the quick and easy way to bore a hole for candlesticks. They are specially shaped to receive the base of a candle. Perfect for the woodturner or craftsman.
Model : 875-2012 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 15mm

Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 15mm

Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 15mm. Here is the quick and easy way to bore a hole for candlesticks. They are specially shaped to receive the base of a candle. Perfect for the woodturner or craftsman.
Model : 875-2015 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 23mm

Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 23mm

Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 23mm. Here is the quick and easy way to bore a hole for candlesticks. They are specially shaped to receive the base of a candle. Perfect for the woodturner or craftsman.
Model : 875-2023 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 28mm

Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 28mm

Candlestick Bit for Wood Turners - 28mm. Here is the quick and easy way to bore a hole for candlesticks. They are specially shaped to receive the base of a candle. Perfect for the woodturner or craftsman.
Model : 875-2028 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Center Finder/Marker for Wood Turning Pieces

Center Finder/Marker for Wood Turning Pieces

Center Finder/Marker for Wood Turning Pieces. Set square or cylinder work (up to 6 inches across) in the marker, tap it with a mallet, turn the wood ninety degrees and tap it again. The knife-edge blade scores the dead-center of teh wood.
Model : 860-1200 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Diamond Point Turning Tool 1/2 inch (13mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson

Diamond Point Turning Tool 1/2 inch (13mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson

Diamond Point Turning Tool 1/2 inch (13mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson. A favorite tool of experienced turners and one of the basic turning tools for beginners. Useful for a variety of applications, including fitting lids on boxes, truing tenons and recesses, making jam chucks and shear scraping on the outside of small pieces. Highly recommended. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-6550 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Disk Scraper Turning Tool Large with 14 inch (300mm) Handle by Robert Larson

Disk Scraper Turning Tool Large with 14 inch (300mm) Handle by Robert Larson

Disk Scraper Turning Tool Large with 14 inch (300mm) Handle by Robert Larson. The round disk scraper is used to smoothly and cleanly finish the inside of bowls, goblets and other vessels. The disk can be rotated so that the entire edge surface is used. Available in two sizes to accommodate different sized openings in turned objects. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-7320 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Dovetail Turning Tool 1 inch (25mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson

Dovetail Turning Tool 1 inch (25mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson

Dovetail Turning Tool 1 inch (25mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson. A tool specially designed to hollow into end grain and leave a smooth cut. It is also a useful tool for bowl, goblets and other vessel shapes. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-8220 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Dovetail Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson

Dovetail Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson

Dovetail Turning Tool 3/8 inch (10mm) x 10 inch (200mm) by Robert Larson. This tool is designed to quickly make a precision fit dovetail recess for chuch jaws. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-6350 Manufacturer : Robert Larson
  Groove Forming Turning Tool 1mm x 6 inch (125mm) by Robert Larson

Groove Forming Turning Tool 1mm x 6 inch (125mm) by Robert Larson

Groove Forming Turning Tool 1mm x 6 inch (125mm) by Robert Larson. A smaller type of tool for shaping grooves, parting small workpieces and decorative scraping work. These are complimentary to both larger and miniature sized tools. Available in four sizes. Robert Larson turning tools are manufactured to the highest quality. About these quality tools: The Blades: The most important issue in a well designed turning tool is the quality of the blade. All Robert Larson blades are manufactured to precise specifications. The steel is M2 molybdenum based high speed steel which is machined from the solid in most cases. A few tools are entirely forged into shape. Next the tool is heat treated, being hardened and tempered to sixty-two degrees on the Rockwell "C" scale. By no means is this the end of the manufacturing process, as the blades are next machine ground as well. The cutting edge is carefully ground, with this being followed by hand glazing and polishing of the tool surface. Polishing is linear to the blade length, unlike other manufacturers that leave circular polishing markings on the blade. In the case of fluted tools, polishing is accomplished with specially shaped abrasive impregnated rubber wheels. A thorough quality inspection is made on each and every tool before it is proudly marked HSS Steel (High Speed Steel). Made in Sheffield England. The Handles: While the blades may be the most important part of a woodturning tool, the handle can make a tremendous difference in the accuracy of your turning as well as how long you can turn before getting tired. Robert Larson turning tool handles were designed in consultation with a leading woodturning company (established over a century ago) to provide both a firm as well as comfortable grip that will let you do your best work for hours on end! The handle starts with a blank of quality ash wood which is shaped into a unique style with beaded grips. While other manufacturers will apply a lacquer finish to the handle, our handles have an oil finish which provides a firmer grip. A solid brass sleeve is mounted on the front of the handle to strengthen the fitting of the blade tank into the handle. Each tool has been given the best size handle for the job.
Model : 920-6310 Manufacturer : Robert Larson