Robert Sorby Parting Tools

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Robert Sorby Parting Tools
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Details about Robert Sorby Parting Tools:  Standard Parting Tool - Used to part the finished project off from the waste material, the parallel sides make for a rigid tool that handles well. The 1/8" -3mm tool reduces the amount of waste, vital if the timber is an expensive, exotic one. It also makes for a fine detailing tool, e.g. beads and fillets.Diamond Parting Tool - The special profile of this tool reduces the risk of binding in the cut. It also reduces the amount of heat build up caused by friction, thereby lessening the chance of burning the bottom of the parted project.Fluted Parting Tool - This tool has a milled flute running along the bottom edge, creating two sharp spurs at the cutting face. These sever the fibers to produce a burnished finish. The tapered profile also reduces the risk of binding in the cut. DescriptionSizeCodeOverall LengthHandle Length Profile Standard Parting Tool1/8"- 3mm830H13 1/2"8-1/2"Diamond Parting Tool3/11'' - 5mm 831H17''10'' Fluted Parting Tool3/16"- 5mm832H18 1/2"12"

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