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Easy Wood Tools 6603
Item 153524

Mid-Size easy Hollower No. 3

$139.99

The third and final stage of turning a hollow form is to remove the remaining material located between the 6 o’clock to 9 o’clock positions, or from under the lip of the opening to just through the...

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The third and final stage of turning a hollow form is to remove the remaining material located between the 6 o’clock to 9 o’clock positions, or from under the lip of the opening to just through the curve of the vessel. Blade width: 3/4"; blade length: 7"; handle length: 14"; overall length: 21".



  • 3/4" solid stainless steel tool bar


  • Replaceable carbide cutters


  • Ergonomic easy grip handle




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The Easy Wood Tools & Woodcraft judges have conferred and the Super “Wood” Bowl Winners results are in!  After 20 entries, we had many people try to enter after the deadline because they forgot!  So remember us when you think about next year’s Super Bowl.  Start turning now and mark your calendars!

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Did you ever start a hobby and loved it so much that you knew you would never quit doing it no matter what?  Well Michael Smith is such a guy and his hobby is, you guessed it…woodworking! Now Mike is not your average woodworker.  He is hooked on woodturning and turns by feeling.

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Foodbank

Codger Lodge has been busy once again to fill a community need by supplying quality turned wooden bowls for the Empty Bowls Food Bank Charity luncheon that is held annually in Marietta Ohio.  This year’s event will be held at the First Congregational Church located at 318 Front Street in Marietta, Ohio, which begins at 11:00 am.  An $11.00 fee entitles you to one of these fine bowls and a filling lunch provided with soups and different types of chilies donated by area restaurants.  Ceramic bowls are also available which are created by area college, high school, and middle school students.

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