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John Kinch11/07/2010 21:12:19
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Hi, all Has anyone used this hollowing tool from Henry Taylor (HS187)


John Kinch11/07/2010 21:16:12
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I was thinking of buying this tool from Axminster. I have not yet tried hollowing but would like to start. Any help or advice would be useful. Thanks.  john kinch
Garfield11/07/2010 21:22:08
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John,
 
I have this tool but I only use it to scrape the inside of the hollow form.  I prefer something that i can articulate to get a better cutting edge.  I am only starting to do hollow forms myself so i am sure there are many out there who can help you.  Good luck with your hollowing.
 
Garfield
dennis wake11/07/2010 23:09:38
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hi John
     if you are after a hollowing tool have a look at the one Baz has made >here it may help you but in the meantime i use the ashle illes hollow cup tool and find it a verry good tool to use.
  dennis
Sparky12/07/2010 11:41:52
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Hi John
 
I too have this tool and find it quite good for removing wood in a bowl or dish but, it can only do so much due to its straight bar. The straight bar does stop you getting right under a lip and you need to maneuver the tool a lot and have quite a largish opening to get under a lip. Baz's tool would be very useful for that action.
 
My turnings done with this tool is found in this album ► ► Here ◄◄
 
The tool is also a great scraper as Garfield mentions, You can get super fine shavings from a good sharp cutter and by moving the blade around, you can get into corners very well.
 
Hope this helps.
 
Marc 
John Kinch12/07/2010 18:20:07
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Hi, all thanks for your advice, I think I will buy this tool as a starter it sounds to be ok. Once I get into deeper hollowing or more complex sections a different type of tool will have to be purchased.
  john.
George Arnold12/07/2010 20:05:01
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John
 
Ihave the Sorbey RS200 kt  it has an assortment of tips  it is more versatile for hollowing, it is of course more expensive, I have also made longer shafts to carry the cutters

 I see in axminsters catalogue the Crown Cryo hollowing tool which is similar  and cheaper with an assortment of tips George

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