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Beall Pen Wizard mk2

Pen making tools & drill bits » » Beall Pen Wizard mk2

£395.00

(£329.17 excl. Vat)

Item code: bbs-pw-pwc2

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Description

The Beall Pen Wizard is a stand-alone ornamental lathe, developed to give pen makers the ability to create countless combinations of patterns and textures on the barrels of turned pens and pencils. It is capable of producing an infinite number of different styles and designs, including spirals, knurling, guilloche paterns, rope twists, and polygonal barrels with as many as twenty four flats.

Supplied with a mandrel, rotary tool attachment, instructions and a DVD, it requires a Dremel* or similar type of rotary cutting tool to be fitted via the rotary tool attachment (the rotary tool itself is not included) and it is then good to go.

Jerry Beall himself made a video of the Pen Wizard in operation, which you can see below.

When Beall introduced the Pen Wizard many years ago, it was perhaps before the pen turning community was quite ready for it - at the time, many turners had not progressed much beyond a basic wooden barrel and a bit of CA or friction polish. Today however, pen turners are considerably more sophisticated in their approach to making interesting pens that are that bit different, and the Beall Pen Wizard is a way of achieving exactly that.

It's a great piece of kit, and it's potential is enormous, much of which, we reckon, has yet to be discovered.

If you're a creative and you want to make pens that are more interesting than the norm, the Beall Pen Wizard will be indispensable in your workshop.

*The Beall pen wizard is supplied with the means to attach a rotary multi-tool by either of two different methods. The first is by means of a 3/4" x 12tpi (3/4 bsf) thread that is found hidden under the removable collar on many rotary tool housings, such as Dremel 3000, Enginedot, Tacklife and others. The second is by means of a 1" collar which will clamp a Foredom tool in place, or any rotary tool with roughly a 1" diameter.

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