Wagner Texturing Tool

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Adds a nice touch to your pieces

TODD in CO

Comments On Oct 21, 2015:I've used this texturing tool quite a bit, on everything from box lids, box lid inlays, jewelry, and spinning tops. Very easy to use, heavy, and far more reasonably priced than some of the other texturing tools. Agreed that you have to let the tool "dig" more when texturing harder woods, along with adding some more pressure, but it's amazing how many different textures the tool is capable of adding when the user plays with various angles and lathe speeds.

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ROBERT in ON

Comments On Sep 11, 2014:This is the best tool, it's so easy to use.

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2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Great texturing tool

CHARLES in FL

Comments On Jan 26, 2014:Does just what you expect and at a decent price. Well made and easy to use.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Wagner Texturing tool 1/4X 16tpi

HARVEY in OR

Comments On Oct 24, 2013:Well made tool. I went the extra to buy the Wagner because I use on Walnut and Hard Maple. It has taken the extra pressure needed to texture this wood. Thanks Harvey

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

A solidly made tool that offers great designs

Robert in CA

Comments On Oct 03, 2013:I am most impressed with the heavy/sturdy construction of this tool. Its clearly machined from a solid piece of steel, and I am confident that its built to last. I've used the tool to create several designs in kids (spinning) tops and look fwd to expanding the use of the tool to bowls and other spindle work. If I have any point to offer constructive critism, it would be that in harder woods, such as maple, the tool takes significant pressure to impart the design. Perhaps the cutting head could be more aggressive or sharper.

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