Robert Sorby M2 HSS Negative Rake Scraper
  • View Larger
  • Multiple Views

    Robert Sorby M2 HSS Negative Rake Scraper

    Our price: $36.60$57.60

    View Product Details

    Select options above to check availability

    • Customer service is our top priority at Craft Supplies USA. We take great pride in providing our valued customers with unrivaled service, top quality products, and hassle-free returns. We make every effort to make sure your experience is so good that you're eager to do business with us again.

    • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

      Our guarantee is simple… if for any reason you're not completely satisfied with any product, you can return it for a prompt refund or replacement. No Risk, No Hassles, Guaranteed.

    • Quality Products

      We do our very best to offer the quality products available. We carefully evaluate every product for quality, performance and value before we make it available to you, our valued customer. If a product doesn't meet our standards, we won't offer it, period.

    • Have questions?

      Live chat: <div id="LP_DIV_1441918049202" style="width:60px;height:20px;margin-bottom:-5px;"></div> (Leave email if after hours)
      Email:service@woodturnerscatalog.com
      Call us: 1 800 551-8876
      7am–6pm Mountain Time, Monday–Friday

    Details

      The negative rake grind gives this scraper the ability to produce a clean finishing cut on end-grain, hard and high-figured woods as well as stabilized wood and plastic pen blanks without self-feeding.
      When freshly sharpened, traditional tools tend to self-feed into hard and high figured woods resulting in a dig-in that results in torn grain.
      The 3/4" scraper is recommended for boxes, bowls and platters while the 1/4" scraper is ideal for small boxes, stabilized blanks and plastics.
    • 1/4" Thick
    • M2 High-speed steel
    • Premium ash handle
    • Solid brass ferrule

      Note: Tool is used with the long bevel in the upright position.

    • Robert Sorby® M2 high-speed steel turning tools have long been a popular line of woodturning tools. Still made in-house in Sheffield, England, their special attention to heat treating, material quality, and overall craftsmanship have made them one of the top choices in woodturning tools.