Pyro-Pen Dual ND1 for Wood - Australian MadeRated 5/5 based on 1 reviews.
The DUAL Handle ND1 Pyro-Pen - AUSTRALIAN MADE
Suitable for burning images on all types of wood from Pine to Redgum also leather, canvas, gourds and other natural materials.
This new product is the ultimate, top-of-range pyrography tool, which allows you the flexibility to instantly change over from one pen to the other. The changeover facility is a switch on the front panel, which alternates the power. Different styles of nibs can be installed in each pen, allowing quick selection, without having to screw in new nibs (as you would for the single pen). Please note that this unit can only be used by one person at a time.
This tool incorporates 5 heat settings, and a large safety red neon indicator which warns you of the hot nib (machine is in operation). It comes complete with a 3-metre power cord and a 1.5 metre, flexible, pen cord. There are rubber feet on the underside of the powder-coated, steel box, to protect delicate surfaces.
Nibs will heat up within 10 seconds and take about 20 seconds to cool down once machine is switched off.
A convenient carry handle is installed on the top of the box, along with two, plastic coated, spring steel, pen storage clips. As a safety feature for the user, a fuse is installed in each of our tools, to prevent overloading.
- Supplied with 3 wire nibs to suit many designs from light feathering to heavy engraving. (other sizes available seperate)
- A 2 Year written warranty and a comprehensive set of instructions
These tools are suitable for use on all types of timber (except treated or previously varnished or polished wood) and can also be used on leather (in a ventilated area) as well as numerous other materials.
The tools are proudly designed and produced in Australia by Pyrographic Equipment Manufacturing.
Extra nibs are available in:
Powerfull Little ToolBy: Rob on 25 April 2014I have bought two of these machines to burn a very intricate image 3m across by 2.5m high into flooded gum lining boards for a public art project. both the machines have been running 10 hours a day for 2 weeks now. Cant fault them.