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Model 2600NR

Easy Wood Tools - Ci2-R2 Square 2" Radius Negative Rake Carbide Cutter

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The “Next Big Thing” in replaceable tip turning tools is here! Easy Wood Tools has done it again, designing the first carbide cutters intended specifically for turning man-made materials such as resins and acrylics, as well as super dense hardwoods. Not only do they greatly reduce chipping and catches, they leave an ultra-smooth finish. This Ci2-R2 Square 2" Radius Negative Rake Carbide Cutter is designed to fit existing Easy Wood Tools with corresponding Ci2 bar, #154714 Easy Start Rougher, #845506 Mini Easy Rougher, and #149928 Mid-Size Easy Rougher.

  • Designed specifically for turning man-made resins and acrylics
  • Reduces chipping & catches
  • Designed to fit existing tools with corresponding Ci2 bar


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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Doesn't Get Any Better

    I have used this on a lot of blanks I had put aside and given up on due to chipping. I have had no problem turning ANY of them with this blade. I highly recommend it !!!

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Excellent Cutter

    This negative rake carbide cutter works great, just as described. I have used it on Inlace Acrylester and African Blackwood pen blanks with amazing results. Because I have not yet figured out how to resharpen it like other carbide cutters, I only use it on the final shaping of the blanks. I continue to use other carbide cutters and steel tools to do most of the shaping. This cutter does not chatter or dig in like other carbide cutters tend to do on very hard, dense materials.

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