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Moron

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#1 posted 689 days ago

http://www.gesswein.com/c-272-wildfowl-carving-tools.aspx

The above link and picture are what many pro and amateur carvers use. It has a variable speed form 1,000 to 65,000 rpm (at least mine does ). The carving device has forward and reverse motion which is great for hair type fibers found in woods like basswood etc.,. It also has a quick release chuck and takes 2 different diameter bits being 1/8” and 3/32.

there are choices of the actual “carver” but are are small, super easy to manoeuvre and come with an old fashioned telephone type cord making them almost like a paint brush.

the actual transformer/motor above has a fuse and a “breaker” which when the the pencil is driven to hard, the breaker will trip avoiding costly repairs.

I’ve had mine for more then 10 years, and it has worked flawlessly. I personally love it.

Good Luck

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