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Artisan Ring Boring Head and Cutter Set

Artisan Ring Boring Head and Cutter Set
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Artisan Ring Boring Head and Cutter Set

Part# 1064160001

Our Price: $99.95

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    Anyone who has turned a ring or two knows that achieving a perfect fit between the wood blank and ring core can be time-consuming or frustrating. The Artisan Ring Boring Head is an affordable solution that helps you bore ring blanks and other small projects with precision. With a little patience, woodturners of all skill levels can achieve a perfect fit every time.

    How does it work?
    After you've drilled a slightly undersized hole in the blank, mount the boring head with cutter in the tailstock. After a light cut is made, check for fit with the ring blank. Make fine adjustments via the adjustable cutter head and make another pass. Because the Artisan Ring Boring Head allows you to incrementally shave away just the right amount of material with each pass, there's no reason to settle for anything short of a perfect fit.
    Detailed instructions included.

    Note: Your lathe centers need to be properly aligned. Make any adjustments needed to align centers prior to mounting the Boring Head in the tailstock. Poorly aligned centers will result in a slightly tapered hole that can result in a poor fit.
  • Ideal for woodturners of all skill levels
  • Precision boring for a perfect fit between blank and ring core
  • Designed for making light sizing cuts
  • Micro-adjustable, easy to operate
  • More accurate than hand-cutting
  • Can be used for other projects for accurate sizing
  • Guarantees square shoulder cut for a gap-free fit
  • Multiple cutting bars included
  • Sharpen cutters using a diamond hone
  • Threaded to accept 3/8"-16 TPI drawbar (not included)

    Micro-adjustable head unit
    9 boring bar cutters
    Allen keys
    No. 2 MT more taper
    Detailed Instructions
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

What a difference

Comments On May 03, 2020:I recently purchased this cutter. Wow what a difference it makes. It takes me a little longer to complete a ring but the accuracy of the blank is snot spot on. A lot less wasted blanks with this tool.

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Instant Pro

Comments On Apr 19, 2020:This Item is awesome, makes errors a thing of the past,as long as I don't try and hurry up the project. But the tool is great has many different length cutters. Zero regrets on buying this item. If you are making rings you will love it .

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Great Product

Comments On Apr 12, 2020:I ordered this boring head after much frustration trying to get a good hole to slide a ring core into. The hole was either to large or one side was larger than the other. With its first use, I got a perfectly sized hole that the core slid into with no gap and was the same size from one side to the other. Seems to be very well made and I should expect years of use.

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8 of 8 people found this review helpful.

Works Great!

Comments On Jan 25, 2020:I received the Boring Head in the mail today and had to run right out and try it. I've made probably 30 or so rings to date and while I've improved at sizing the blank for the core by hand, it can still be a challenge. I find I often have a cone shaped bore, widest on the outboard edge. The Artisan Ring Boring Head worked very well without any fuss. It allows you to sneak up on the correct diameter 1/64" at a time for a perfect fit. The bore is exactly true to diameter the entire depth of the blank. A purist may feel the boring head takes the skill out of ring making, but if you want a bore that is absolutely perfect every time it is a great tool. I'm really pleased with the tool.

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