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Arbortech

Arbortech Ball Gouge

Item 164581
Model BAL.FG.2000

$119.99

Ball Gouge from Arbortech is a spherically shaped grinder attachment that can rapidly hollow small concave surfaces in woodworking projects. It is specifically designed to provide exceptional control, balance and performance in freehand wood shaping and carving. The 30 mm diameter...

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Ball Gouge from Arbortech is a spherically shaped grinder attachment that can rapidly hollow small concave surfaces in woodworking projects. It is specifically designed to provide exceptional control, balance and performance in freehand wood shaping and carving. The 30 mm diameter ball-shaped cutter is ideal for carving smooth hollows in wooden spoons, small bowls and is useful for small to medium sculpting projects. It gently bounces out and creates a chisel-like texture when moved across a wooden surface. Anti-Grab Technology helps prevent the Ball Gouge from digging. Attaches to standard 4" (100mm) and 4-1/2" (115mm) angle grinder with 5/8" 11 threads.
Features:

  • Rapidly hollow small concave surfaces
  • Ideal for small to medium sculpting projects
  • Features Anti-Grab Technology
  • Creates chisel-like texture
Specifications:
  • Gouge Diameter: 30mm (approximately 1-3/16'')
  • Maximum RPM: 12,000
  • Compatible Spindle Size: 5/8''
  • Compatible Grinder Sizes: Fits most 4" (100 mm) and 4-1/2" (115mm) angle grinders with 5/8" - 11 threads
What's Included:
  • (1) Arbortech Ball Gouge
  • (1) Hex key

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