1/2-HP MasterCarver Bench-Top PRO Flex Shaft Set

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$364.90
$349.95
1/2-HP MASTERCARVER® BENCH-TOP PRO FLEX-SHAFT SET Enjoy all the benefits of rotary power carving! The Mastercarver® flex-shaft machine provides the tools needed to carve better, faster and with less effort! The highest performance rotary flex-shaft set available, it includes everything you need for professional rotary power carving results, without compromise. Specifications: heavy-duty, 1/2HP motor (350-watt), 0-30,000rpm maximum speed with sealed ball bearings and reverse (great for grain changes and left-handed carving). The specifications of this motor plus dial speed control are optimal for rotary and reciprocating carving. This set includes Recipro Carver Pro handpiece for reciprocating carving. Motor power transfers through a 38.5" flex-shaft to power any of the two included handpieces.

  • StealthTM (internationally patented) has a key-chuck and adjusts 0-1/4" to accept accessories with 1/4" or smaller shanks, without collets! Great for roughing out!
  • Recipro Handpiece set, it uses an in and out motion to power the 5 included gouges and chisels. 8000 RPM max
Set includes: motor with dial speed control ,hanging bail and pivot base  2-handpieces, handpiece router guide, 9-burrs, manual and 2-year motor warranty.
Manufacturer notes:
Use tips for RECIPRO-CARVERTM PRO HANDPIECE 1. Attach reciprocating carver by simply snapping it on to the end of your flexible shaft machine like a rotary handpiece (see your Flex-shaft machine documents for details). 2. Loosen the end nut on the front end of the handpiece. Next place one of the blades into the front of end of the handpiece and tighten the end nut. 3. If your flex-shaft machine has a direction switch, set it to Forward. 4. Start the motor at a slow speed (i.e. less than 6,000 rpm). 5. Push the blade against the wood that you wish to carve (it will not reciprocate unless pressed against the wood). Notes: Do not exceed 8000 RPMs. Excessive speed causes premature tool wear. Use the slowest effective speed (faster is not necessarily better). The blades must be sharp enough to carve with the motor turned off. If a blade gets dull, sharpen it as you would any hand wood carving tool.