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Hamlet M2 HSS Alan Lacer Skew Chisel

Hamlet M2 HSS Alan Lacer Skew Chisel
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Hamlet M2 HSS Alan Lacer Skew Chisel

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    Designed by Alan Lacer, the Hamlet® M2 HSS Alan Lacer Skew Chisel features a radius cutting edge with a square edge on the long point side of the tool and radius edge on the short side, which makes it easier to roll beads while the square edge on the long point side provides stability when making v-cuts.
  • M2 High speed steel
  • 16" Premium black-stained ash handle
  • Solid brass ferrule
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This tool is so great I feel like I'm cheating!!!!

Comments On Oct 23, 2017:This large radiused skew exceeded my already lofty expectations!!!!! It is now by far my favorite turning tool. I do a lot of different work on the lathe, but the majority of my commissioned work is custom table legs. For long and large spindle work this tool is so great I feel like I'm cheating.

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Wonderful skew!!!!

Comments On Oct 21, 2015:A previous review mentioned that this skew was easier to control than the more traditional skew, and I will certainly second that opinion. The tool is heavy and well balanced and it certainly assisted me with overcoming some of my hesitation with a skew.

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Excellent tool!

Comments On Apr 08, 2013:This is an excellent skew. It takes a great edge, has an excellent heft to it and is very well balanced. I was a bit hesitant to order it at first, but am not sorry that I have. It handles differently than a traditional skew, and I find it quite a bit easier to control.

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