Robert Sorby Centre Steady offers a way of keeping long, thin items straight and prevents them from flexing in the middle making it a perfect accessory for making walking sticks / canes. Made from heavy section steel, features three independently adjustable fingers which can turn pieces with diameters between 1/8" and 4" depending on the centre height. Bearings on the fingers eliminate any burning of the wood caused by friction. For lathes with Centre Heights form 7” (178mm) to 9” (229mm).
The new Wave Scuff & Buff Balls are a perfect addition to the Guinevere Sanding and Polishing Systems. Each Wavy-Edge Scuff & Buff Ball is made of individual layers of non-woven material with the patented wavy-edge design. The layers are assembled and compressed into a ball which allows it to reach into tight spaces with versatility and flexibility, shaping the ball to conform to the work piece. It's great, not just for applying an oil or wax finish and final finishing, but also for cleaning surfaces, rust removal and smoothing textured surfaces.
The revolutionary design ensures consistent finishing quality, and the continuous exposure of new grit means the uniformity of the Scuff Ball does not change. Simply chuck the Scuff & Buff into the Guinevere Motor or flex shaft and "sand". Always let the tool do the work, keep it moving and see the ball easily compress to reach tight spots. The material allows highly efficient airflow, resists clogging and leaves the Scuff & Buff Ball easy to clean with water or compressed air.
14 Tooth Replacement Chain fits ONLY Lancelot #45814, #47814 and #41414 Discs. 14 Tooth Chains are not interchangeable with 22 Tooth Discs. Don't want to stop and sharpen your chain? Keep an extra chain on hand, change it out and and sharpen after your day is done!
The shorter butt chisels are popular in the USA and Canada where woodworkers find them extremely useful for manipulating cuts in tight and difficult to access places. Their shorter blade and easy to grip handle allow for excellent control and sit nicely in the palm of the hand.
Available in traditional and tapered styles our Sheaf River range comes in full size versions too. Woodworkers might prefer the longer handle associated with the traditional tools or the shorter handle offered by the tapered versions – which are currently undergoing a resurgence in popularity.
We named the range after the river Sheaf which runs beside the factory and is famous the world over for its 400 year association with the steel industry and the city of Sheffield – which is also named after it.
American Ash handles provide the balance and strength between timber and steel, ash’s natural properties providing the essential ingredients to help absorb vibration and shock – which is why it’s the material of choice for baseball bats. Its strength to weight ratio is excellent and its ability to bend without breaking makes it a great material for woodworking tools.