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Flying Eagle Pattern 1 by Dyke Roskelley

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Including: Free Carving/Engraving Pattern Downloads 3 Bald Eagle Patterns 1 Mule Deer Pattern 1 Horse Head Pattern   New Training DVD’s (15% off) Gun Stock Relief Carving – Bald Eagle Designs Bleaching and Staining Wood Mule Deer Relief Carving Relief Sculpting a Mule Deer Head and more!   All Burs 15% off – with Promo […]

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Changing the Collet in the Turbo 300 Turbine

How to Change the Collet (or Chuck) in the Turbo 300 High Speed Handpiece It most likely will not happen for many years, but eventually the collet (also called the CHUCK)  in the Turbo 300 handpiece will wear out.  You’ll know when it’s time to replace it because the burs will slide into the collet […]

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Which High Speed Handpiece is the Best

Which High Speed Handpiece is the Best is a question we get asked often. The way this question should be asked is, “Which High Speed Handpiece is the Best for Me?” The answer depends on your circumstances and the materials you will be engraving or carving on. We held a question/answer conference call earlier today […]

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Shofu Lab Air Z Collet Replacement Process

How to Replace the Collet in the Shofu Lab Air Z (Oil Free) High Speed Handpiece The collet or chuck is the part inside the shaft of the turbine that holds onto the bur itself.  It is made to take the abuse of the bit sliding in and out. However, due to the bur sliding […]

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The Right Tool for The Job

The Right Tool for “The Job”. Can you picture Paul Bunyan cutting down a tree using a  ParaGraver?  The tiny little (high speed) bur chews away at the bark bit by bit while “Babe” (you know, his blue ox) stands aside in amazement. “What in the world is Paul doing? Is he out of his […]

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