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Powercrafter air turbine tool

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Jim McLain, May 7, 2019.

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  1. Jim McLain

    Jim McLain Artist

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    I have an extra Powercrafter tool that I would like to sell. It needs a new turbine but now that Powercrafter is back in business you can pick one up from them for $80 for the old oil type or $130 for the oil less. I am only asking $20.00 shipping included for the hand piece, hose and adapter. This is a great opportunity to get into high speed carving for a small investment. I have been using Powercrafters for years to carve my Chaco pieces and they are nice carvers. They offer a small router base that is superior to the NSK base.

    Hope someone can put this to use.

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  2. Bill Boehme

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    What is the RPM? I am guessing about 30,000 RPM?

    My dental handpieces are about 400,000 RPM, but don't have much power and are basically for piercing very thin wood.
     
  3. Jim McLain

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    Bill - It is a 400,000 rpm hand piece. Similar to the NSK Presto. I have both and actually prefer this hand piece.
     
  4. Jim McLain

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