WoodRiver - Professional Pen Turning Mandrel 1 MT
How would you like a mandrel system that is self-centering and also allows you to switch between small turning projects of any length with a simple loosening and tightening of a nut? That's right,...
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Item 123052Model SO-801/B-HP-1
• Precision machined to eliminate off-center turning
• Collet chuck action
• For use with pen and pencil kit bushings
• Morse tapered for use with most lathes
• Easily tighten with knurled nut
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Woodcraft’s Inferno acrylic and Tru-Stone turned pens are hot off the lathe and are shown below with the Wall Street II Pen Kits. Pen kits and pen blanks are offered in hundreds of choices and styles. In addition to the acrylic pen blanks, we also offer pen blanks in domestic wood, exotic wood, metal, poly resin, inlay, coffee bean, circuit board, deer antler, and many other unique blank choices.
Use this to make pens, pencil, and other small turned projects.
this item is a must have
Nice mandrel for pens etc but it should come with at least 3 7mm bushings.
Should come with a wrench
Works very well
Very easy to use. I do think that it should of had a set of bushings with it but I would say it is worth the money.
This works great. I bought this to use with my small wood lathe, which only accepts MT#1 attachments. Recently acquired an old metal lathe that I set up before setting up the wood lathe. Found a MT#3 to MT#1 adapter in the tooling I received (couldn't believe the luck!) with the metal lathe and tried to use this with the metal lathe (which has a MT#3 spindle). Found that this product did not work with the adapter. Looking at the problem, I had to shorten the MT (about 3/8") on this product to use in the adapter. Other than that minor problem (which is why I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars), this has worked great. Still works fine in the wood lathe, but if you buy this then upgrade to a larger lathe with a MT#2 in the spindle, beware that the adapters may not work unless you shorten the MT on this product. If you do have to shorten it be sure to debur the outside. Just to be clear, I did try this product in my wood lathe before shortening it and it is fine because the spindle hole is open ended. This will only be an issue if you get a larger lathe and need to use a MT#2 to MT#1 adapter (MT#3 are not typically used on wood lathes).
Must have mandrel
A must have M/T when using different size mandrel's.