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Pinnacle Cryogenic Roughing Gouge 1-3/4"

Item #151211 Pinnacle
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Product Information:

The overall size and heft of this gouge makes it ideal for roughing out the preliminary shape of larger turning blanks. Blade length is 6- 1/4", handle length 14", overall length 20- 1/4".

  • Cryogenically treated

  • Stays sharper two to three time longer than standard tools

  • 5- 5/8” flute length

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    This roughing gouge changed my shop

    By  Xraydav

    from Norwood, MA

    About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer


    • Stays Sharp Easy To Hone
    • Strong
    • Sturdy case
    • Versatile
    • Works Effectively


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    Best Uses

    • Large Projects
    • Small Projects
    • Works Quick

    Comments about Pinnacle Cryogenic Roughing Gouge 1-3/4" :

    My lathe was painful to use and only came out when needed. I make furniture and only used it for legs and spindles when the project required round. I always tried to rough with the 3/4 spindle gouge that came with the set of tools I bought with my lathe. I bought this gouge and now I love using the lathe. I can rough out 3.5 in laminated cherry 30" long in minutes not hours. I use it when I need to remove a lot of material at high speed as well and it never fails me. It is solid, easy to hone, and stays sharp a long time. I am making a self designed cherry rocker and there are 14 lathe projects required. I dreaded starting it and made a trip to WoodCraft in Woburn MA. Talked myself into this large gouge. I finished the lathe projects in a couple days instead of weeks. Using 20 year old cherry I had milled into boards from a tree my Dad cut down. It has been drying in a rick and is very hard.

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