Pen Turning Mandrel System

"Pen Turning Mandrel System" -- This is the essential tool for pen turning on a lathe! Machined-accurate steel bar is held in the lathe to ensure the pen turns accurately with live center, no drill chuck required! This Pen Turning Mandrel system includes a #2 morse taper arbor for use with #2 morse taper lathe, 7 mm mandrel shaft and knurled nut. #1 morse taper arbor adapter attaches to mandrel (#23552) for use with #1 morse taper lathe. 10mm mandrel available for use with fountain and rollerball pen bushings. Bushing sets sold separately.

Pen Turning Mandrel System
Pen Turning Mandrel System
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Details about Pen Turning Mandrel System:  This is the essential tool for pen turning on a lathe! Machined-accurate steel bar is held in the lathe to ensure the pen turns accurately with live center, no drill chuck required! This Pen Turning Mandrel system includes a #2 morse taper arbor for use with #2 morse taper lathe, 7 mm mandrel shaft and knurled nut. #1 morse taper arbor adapter attaches to mandrel (#23552) for use with #1 morse taper lathe. 10mm mandrel available for use with fountain and rollerball pen bushings. Bushing sets sold separately.

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