Arbortech Precision Carving System

Arbortech Precision Carving System

CA $169.00

Arbortech Precision Carving System

Dynamite comes in small packages with Arbortech’s smallest attachments yet!   In other words, get ready to step-up your carving experience.

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Arbortech Precision Carving System

Dynamite comes in small packages with Arbortech’s smallest attachments yet!   In other words, get ready to step-up your carving experience.

Attach the Precision Carving System to the Arbortech Power Carving Unit or a any quality 4″ – 4.5″ angle grinder with a 5/8″ spindle.  Now you are ready to achieve detailed carving, in addition to intricate texturing and sanding.

System Includes:
A Precision Universal Base
The fantastic Precision Ball Gouge (15mm)
Precision Barrel Carver (15mm) similar to our Turbo Shaft
Drum Sander (16mm)
2 x sanding grits for Precision Drum Sander (60 grit and 120 grit)
2 x Allen Keys

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Watch a great video using this system!

From Australian Wood Review:  In my experience the one thing you can be sure of when you purchase any Arbortech tool is the quality, and these tools are no exception.

I noted that the tool allowed me to achieve a varied rate of timber removal which is important when working on smaller projects. The blade on the square cutter protrudes past the bottom of the arbor allowing you to drill, cut trenches and V-grooves. This cutter cut cleanly but was quite aggressive, however with some practice you can regulate how much is removed.

Both the round and square cutters are designed to be used in a pulling motion against rotation. I did test the cutters in a running cut with rotation, and by locking my elbows to my sides and moving the angle grinder with my body achieved the control I wanted in both directions. Like all cutting tools, they work at their best when cutting with the grain and these tools are the same. I noticed some chatter when cutting against endgrain at depth; not excessive but something to be aware of when using the cutters in this situation.

The drum sander is one of the better ones that I have come across. The drum slipped on easily and the tightening system held it securely. I used the drum sander for some fine tuning of the form and general tidy up and it worked very well. Before testing the sander, I had expected some burning but this was not the case.