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Pinnacle 280K
Item 149022

Cryogenic Turning Set, 5 piece

$314.99

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Whether you are a professional production turner or a hobbyist with limited shop time, these cryogenically treated tools stay sharp two to three times longer than standard M-2 high-speed steel...

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Whether you are a professional production turner or a hobbyist with limited shop time, these cryogenically treated tools stay sharp two to three times longer than standard M-2 high-speed steel tools so you are turning more and sharpening less! Manufactured in Sheffield exclusively for Woodcraft, these cryogenically treated turning tools offer many of the characteristics of powdered metal tools without the cost of powdered metal tools. The cryogenic treatment process uses sub-zero temperatures, down to -300 degrees F, to modify the micro-structure of the steel into a more uniform grain structure that allows you to hone to a fine edge without chipping. Also, your cutting edge is more durable and more resistant to wear. Each tool is mounted in a European ash handle. Overall tool lengths range from 17" to 23". 5- piece turning set includes 3/8" fingernail grind bowl gouge, 3/4" roughing gouge, 3/8" spindle gouge, 3/4" skew chisel and 3/16" diamond parting tool.

  • Sub-zero cryogenically treated blades
  • Manufactured in Sheffield, England
  • European ash handles
  • Woodcraft exclusive design
  • Overall tool lengths 17" to 23"

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4.33 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Very hard

    Very good hand tools.Great performance

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Very hard

    Good tools for woodworking

  3. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Average turning tools

    Pinnacle cryogenic are suppose to say sharp longer but my experience so far has shown that perhaps that's not so.

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