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Ashley Iles Bead Forming Tool

Ashley Iles Bead Forming Tool
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    Ashley Iles Bead Forming Tool


    Our Price: $49.50

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      Cutting small, perfectly shaped beads has never been easier. Ashley Iles® Bead Forming Tools take the frustration out of cutting small beads no matter if they are single or multiple concentric beads.
      How do they work? With the handle held low, the wings on the end of the tool score the work prior to the fluted area cutting the bead to shape. This shearing angle produces clean, precise beads that require little or no sanding.
      By placing the wing of the tool in the groove of an existing bead, multiple concentric beads can be made. Sharpening is done by lightly honing the bevel on the end of the tool.
    • Made of M2 high-speed steel
    • Supplied with 9" ash handle
    WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -
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    Great beading tool

    Comments On Sep 29, 2018:I'm pleased with this beading tool. Easier to control than the Sorby beading tools. Less grabby.

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    the best

    Comments On Jan 31, 2018:Just used the 3 mm tool today - the best beading tool I have ever used. Ordering the 6mm. Clean cuts, precise , and consistent. Need a next size up from 6.

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    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

    Excellent tool!

    Comments On Nov 27, 2016:Makes beading fast and easy. I have trouble cutting a small bead, but this little 3mm tool makes a perfect bead every time.

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    5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

    Good little tool

    Comments On Feb 29, 2016:It's a nice little tool for small beads when you really don't feel like turning them. I find it especially helpful for doing a small ornamental bead on finials and sometimes for turned boxes at the rim for the lid. It's pretty well made and can handle a fair bit of aggressive use.

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