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Delivers on its promises
1 MT Mandrel
My primary activity is making small gift/decorative items: Boxes, bowls, etc. New to the pen making arena. Don't have a lot of experience with pen mandrels but have plenty with purchased items that don't perform. This one worked right the first time, right out of the box.
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
pretty sure this will meet my needs...
Can anyone tell me how to get this on to my lathe? There are no instructions with it and I'm a beginner. I have inherited my father's RTC wood turning lathe. The end shaft of the mandrel does not fit into the headstock. Is there some kind of adapter I can get?
Perfect for my needs
Just what I wanted to turn powder horn spouts and base plugs.
Good mandrel, bad lock nut.
Oklahoma City, Ok
Seems to be a good mandrel. But I don't really have anything to base that on. It is the ony mandrel I've ever used. I did discover something about it though, if you use the locking nut to shorten it up, and get it tight enough that it won't move around, it leaves a lil divit on the mandrel. I only found out when i put the egg scope bushing on it(didn't need to shorthen it up) and it got stuck where the lock nut was. So, replacement mandrels are cheap, I now have one with the nut on it and one without. And a spare egg bushing. lol
Simple and easy to use.
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