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Wood Burner Tool, Woodburner Tool, Wood Burning Tool, Branding Iron Heats quickly to burn designs into wood, tol0804

$15.99

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Super easy to use!
The Creative Woodburner Value Tool heats to 950F in 4-5 minutes.

It's intended for burning your designs into wood.

Includes:

950° Tool Featuring On/ Off Switch
5596 - Cone Point
5594 - Shading Point
5590 - Universal Point
5592 - Flow Point
Tool Stand
Instructions

How to Use:
Use tape to secure the stand to your work table. Place the tool on the stand. Plug the tool into an outlet, turn the switch on, and let it heat for 4-5 minutes. Turn the switch off and allow to cool before changing the points with pliers. All the points are threaded and designed to be screwed into the end of the tool. Points should not be changed when the tool is hot!
Always use pliers to change the points.
Practice with tool on a test piece of wood before attempting to wood burn your finished piece. This will allow you to test the tool's burning speed and how it reacts to your particular piece of wood.

Universal Point ~ performs all fundamental wood burning techniques.

Flow Point ~ use to burn curves, dots, and fine details. Works well for cursive writing and dot shading techniques.

Shading Point ~ creates smooth, even shading in subtle gradiations or dark, bold shading.

Cone Point ~ use to burn fine lines, dots, and curves.
Super easy to use!
The Creative Woodburner Value Tool heats to 950F in 4-5 minutes.

It's intended for burning your designs into wood.

Includes:

950° Tool Featuring On/ Off Switch
5596 - Cone Point
5594 - Shading Point
5590 - Universal Point
5592 - Flow Point
Tool Stand
Instructions

How to Use:
Use tape to secure the stand to your work table. Place the tool on the stand. Plug the tool into an outlet, turn the switch on, and let it heat for 4-5 minutes. Turn the switch off and allow to cool before changing the points with pliers. All the points are threaded and designed to be screwed into the end of the tool. Points should not be changed when the tool is hot!
Always use pliers to change the points.
Practice with tool on a test piece of wood before attempting to wood burn your finished piece. This will allow you to test the tool's burning speed and how it reacts to your particular piece of wood.

Universal Point ~ performs all fundamental wood burning techniques.

Flow Point ~ use to burn curves, dots, and fine details. Works well for cursive writing and dot shading techniques.

Shading Point ~ creates smooth, even shading in subtle gradiations or dark, bold shading.

Cone Point ~ use to burn fine lines, dots, and curves.