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Hunter tool beginner suggestions
Hunter #4 Hunter Carbide Hollowing Tool
Most folks mistakenly try to use this tool flat, that will guarantee a bad catch. Start with the cutter vertical and gently touching the work, then slowly twist the handle clockwise until a chip develops and then proceed with the cut. Avoid angling the cutter much more than 45 degrees as the tool will get pretty aggressive on you. Start your cut in the center of the workpiece and cut outwards towards the rim/sidewall. Works well on cross grain but is especially good on end grain because you are cutting, not scraping. It can also be used as a scraper but the finish, off the tool, will suffer. I much prefer the Hunter tools over the Easy Wood tools because of the cut finis makes for less sanding.
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
This cutter works great, it cuts clean so there is very little sanding to do, the longer handle makes controlling it easier. my only complaint is that it is really aggresive, it will take you by supprise if you are not ready for it.
the termite removes wood faster and is easier to control
Hunter #4 Carbide Hollowing Tool
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Not for beginners.
You might as well use a screwdriver. Grabs from any angle. A dull roughing gouge works better than this device.
No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Easy to use with good results
A good tool for hogging out material quickly without catching and also can put a nice finish on that requires little sanding.
excellant tool for hollowing
I used the tool to finish a maple bowl that had dulled every gouge that I had used before. This tool made short work of the project.
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