Colwood Large Point 45° Fixed Tip Left Woodburning Pen
- This Item Usually Ships Within 24 Hours.
- 0.04 LBS
The Colwood Large Point 45° Fixed Tip Left Woodburning Pen has a straight edge with a 45° bent angle to the left. It's easier to use the 45° fixed tips so you won't have hand fatigue from holding the pen in an awkward position.
The pen's narrow edge gives you the ability to burn super fine, crisp lines. The woodburning pen is designed to etch as it burns straight and curvy lines. Works best if pulled toward you while turning your wood, a slight twisting motion with your fingers will allow gently curved lines to be burned. Colwood Woodburning Replaceable 45° Tip can be used for creating lines, filling and shading, and even lettering.
Colwood Woodburning Fixed 45° Tip has cork on the handle for comfort and dramatically reduces the transfer of heat from the tip to your hand. The cork on the pen is like a grip that insulates the user's fingers keeping them further from the hot wire tip.
It is very Important that you specify which wood burning tool you need: The left tip is for left-handed wood burning and the right tip is for right-handed wood burning.
Colwood Large Point 45° Fixed Tip Left Woodburning PenSpecifications:
- Fixed Tip Pen for Left Handed wood burning.
- The tip is bent at a 45° angle.
- Lays Flat on Workpiece.
- Made in the USA
Fixed Tip Pen Features
The Colwood Large Round Fixed Tip is perfect for anyone who wants better heat control over their pyrography projects. With its welded tip and rigid construction, this pen gives you the precision and stability you need to create beautiful pieces of art.
The Fixed Tip Pen is perfect for the artist or hobbyist who wants a larger pen body that is built for maximum durability. These pens have heavier connector posts and tips, making them the perfect choice for those who do a lot of wood burning or detailed work.
Colwood pyrography pens are ideal for woodburning, leathercrafting, and a variety of other creative pursuits. The fixed tip pen can be used with all types of wood, including both hard and softwoods, as well as leather, basswood, and cottonwood.
To keep your tip clean, use a leather honing strop, with aluminum oxide. Simply place a small amount of oxide on the strop and pull the woodburning tip across the strop surface to clear the tip of the carbon. This is the best method because it does the least amount of damage while restoring them to a bright finish that creates clean strokes.
You will need a Colwood Wood burning control unit to use these fixed tip pens.