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Woodcut Pro-Forme Advanced Hollowing System with 2 extra handles

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Damon McLaughlin, Apr 6, 2020.

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  1. Damon McLaughlin

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    Continuing with my spring cleaning...

    This is the Woodcut Pro-Forme Advanced Hollowing Kit. It includes a straight, slight bent and bent shafts with cutters and three handles. This kit retails for $500 with only one handle, the other handles retail for about $60 each, so $620 is what this would cost new. It has not had very much use, most of the surface wear comes from knocking up against other tools in the drawer. The foam is in very good condition though there are small minor tears. If you need additional photos please ask.

    I'm asking for $420 $355 shipped. It will ship in a large flat rate game box and the tools will be removed from the handles for shipping. The set screws will be taped in place.

    Please let me know if you have any questions. I can be reached by private message through this forum or at bruadair@gmail.com

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  2. Damon McLaughlin

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    Still available.
     
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  3. Mike Bilan

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    What is the diameter of the shafts? I couldn't find any detailed descriptions or tech specs on Packard, WW emporium, or WoodCut NZ websites...

    How have you liked them and what are you hollowing with instead?
     
  4. Damon McLaughlin

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    Mike, I would have to go an measure the tools later today to answer your question on bar sizes. The tools work really well on green wood and larger hollow forms. I find that most of my hollowing is smaller and with dry wood so I haven't used these a whole lot. The two smaller tools work wonderfully on the inside of green bowls too. I'll get post back later today with the measurements you asked for.
     
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    @Mike Bilan , I apologize for not getting back to you in a timely manner. I got involved in rebuilding my tractor's engine that I just forgot.

    The smaller tool's shaft is 1/2" in diameter, the middle sized tools is 5/8" and the larger too's shaft is 3/4" with the upper portion at 1/2".

    If you have any other questions please let me know.

    Damon
     
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    Still available.
     
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    Update May 8 - Price reduced to $355 shipped
     
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    I'm happy to post that these tools have found a new home.
     
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