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Made in America in Ramsey, Minnesota by Harrison Specialties, a family owned and operated CNC machine shop
Overall length of Simple Parting Tool plus Interchangeable Handle is 26.5".
Tip is sharpenable or blade is replaceable when dull. Brazed carbide tip will not move or come out during use.
Handle length is 17", tool length is 12" with 1/2" dia x 2.5" handle tang.
Watch our YouTube demonstration to see this tool in action.
Blade width -1/8"
Cutter width - 5/32" nominal
Max cutting depth - 3 1/2"
Overall tool length â 12"
Main tool shaft - Solid Steel 3/4" square
Handle tang - Â½" diameter x 2Â½" length
American made by Harrison Specialties in Ramsey, Minnesota
Brazed carbide tip will not come off and get lost in the shavings
Tip can be touched up so it keeps it's edge
"li"Easy to control
Slice Through Even Hard Wood with Ease
Now you can cut small grooves for decorative features and then simply part off the finished vessel easier then you ever thought possible. This tool comes unhandled, or you can add a handle of your choice. Plus the thin blade is replaceable or the tip is resharpen-able.
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