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Why Easy Wood Tools?
Easy Wood Tools were the first to start the carbide craze and when all the impostors are long gone, they'll be the last. They're the original innovators because they only produce these kinds of tools. Nothing else. This means they bore more wood for their size, their attention to detail is infallible, their reliability is industry-leading and their quality is always assured.
Unlike some of their competitors, they also won't sting you on replacement tips. All these reasons and more are why Timbecon stock Easy Wood.
EWT have formed their reputation on being easy yet effective. It's the simplicity of their design and the robust materials used in their construction that allows any level of woodworkers to garner sensational results.
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The Easy Detailer really picks up where the other tools leave off, providing yet another level of woodturning creativity as the unique diamond cutter shape fits in tight places where cutters on other tools will just not fit.
These tools were designed primarily for small, intricate work and cutting final details on your projects. These would include such things as small coves and beads on both spindle and bowl work. They are also very handy for cutting chuck tenons and making inside reverse angle cuts for inside chucking bowls with dovetail jaws. You may also find they work very well for hogging your green wood projects too.
The Easy Detailers are engineered to cut straight in, employing just the nose of the tool.
The Easy Detailer tools are engineered with a reduced relief angle to the long cuttings edges making the long edges less aggressive when held in contact with the wood as the nose of the tool is cutting. In use, the long edge is intended to perform as a "control surface" and serve to be in contact with the wood just behind the cut - much like a bevel is being rubbed.
For safety reasons, avoid plunging the tool so deep into the work at once to the depth you would have both sides of the cutter in contact with the wood too greatly at the same time. This could cause too much force and lead to binding of the tool in the groove.
Each diamond-shaped Easy Detailer cutter is engineered to fit all size Detailer tools in our current product line. When the cutter eventually dulls, just loosen the retaining screw, rotate the cutter and simply re-tighten.
For ease of replacement, the carbide cutter number is engraved right on the tool bar.
The handles are produced from American Rock Maple and stained yellow so are easily identified as the Easy Detailer, with a copper rather than brass ferrule and the laser-cut stainless-steel bar means that you never have to worry about your tools rusting ever again. The micro, mini and midi rougher have 9.5mm (3/8in) bars while the full and pro-size tools have 12.7mm (1/2in) bar.