Freehand woodcarving blade mounts to your angle grinder to shape, sculpt and trench wood project. The outer edge of the 4″ blade has three round carbide cutters that shape and cut all types of wood. Faster, safer and easier than alternative power woodcarving methods. The industrial grade of tungsten carbide teeth that will cut through wire nails with ease. Awesome tool for working with burls. Quickly shapes and carves bowls, chair seats and any concave or convex surface.
You can easily rotate the tooth for a fresh cutting edge. The blade can cut flat on its face or along the edge. This provides make feathering style cuts or plunging into the material for groves or rapid wasting. The rounded profile of the cutter leaves a smoothly contoured cut similar to a carving gouge. A depth limit is integrated into the blade therefore helping to reduce the risk of kickback.
Long life and operation satisfaction!
Since the teeth are both rotatable, replaceable and even sharpenable you’ll get an extremely long life out of both the cutters and the blade. The blade will attached to most 4” and 4-1/2” angle grinders. Includes a Pro-Guard poly-carbonate blade guard and installation hardware.
The Indusrial Pro Blade has three replaceable tungsten teeth. It is precision machined from hardened tool steel and cuts wood with a remarkably smooth and controllable cutting action. The Pro Blade teeth can be unlocked and rotated to expose a clean cutting surface. Pop recommends you rotate the teeth every two or three hours to prevent their self-tightening design to be come too difficult to remove. Blade comes with a Torx wrench.
This is an excellent sharpener for Arbortech's Tungsten Teeth Blades, Shaping Ceramic Sticks, etc. It is not just for your woodcarving tools but for your kitchen knives and scissors also. Keep one in your tool box and fishing kit too!
When sharpening the Tungsten Teeth simply use in a filing motion straight across the teeth. The teeth are hollow-ground and after repeated sharpenings will loose their fine edge. This will be evident in the smoothness of your cuts and the teeth should be replaced.
For the average hobbyist, the teeth should last you a few years at least.