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WoodRiver

Mosaic Pin J3 - 6 mm x 120 mm (1/4" x 4-23/32")

Item 162621
Model JM-MPJ3

$18.99

Make your project a little extra special with WoodRiver® Mosaic Pins. They serve two primary functions: one as a decorative accent and the second to aid in affixing knife scales to the tang of the blade. In addition, these ornamental pins can be used to add embellishment to turnings,...

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Make your project a little extra special with WoodRiver® Mosaic Pins. They serve two primary functions: one as a decorative accent and the second to aid in affixing knife scales to the tang of the blade. In addition, these ornamental pins can be used to add embellishment to turnings, lidded boxes, clock faces and much more. You are sure to find the perfect pattern to accent your current project from the varying combinations of brass, copper and stainless steel used to construct these pins. Performing test bores on scrap piece of wood is suggested to ensure proper fit for your project.

Features:

  • Use for decoration and affixing knife scales
  • Use to add embellishment to turnings, lidded boxes, clock faces and much more
  • Cuts easily with a hacksaw
  • Use metal files and sandpaper to flatten and polish
  • Available in multiple patterns

Specifications:

  • Size (Metric): 6 mm x 120 mm
  • Size (Imperial): 1/4" x 4-23/32"
  • Recommended Drill Bit Size: 6 mm
  • Style/Construction: (1) 1/4" stainless steel outer tube with (7) 1/32" brass tubes and (7) 3/64" stainless steel pins, (1) 1/8" stainless steel center tube with (7) 1/32" brass tubes and (1) 1/32" copper tube

What's Included:

  • (1) Mosaic Pin J3 - 6mm x 120mm (1/4" x 4-23/32")

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