Pyro-Master Burning Tool

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For decorating wood & leather surfaces
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04D01.01 Pyro-Master Burning Tool

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Regular Price: $49.20

Special Price $39.95

Decorating wood or leather surfaces by heating tools and shading is an time-honored crafts technique. Write, make patterns, or draw pictures. All you need is a suitably designed (115V) pen for heating, and enough decorative variety so that you can achieve the detail you are looking for. It's a lot of fun for those artistically inclined, and can also be used to brand your own woodwork with a distinctive logo.

Here is a fine kit made in England designed for USA current (115V). The iron takes few minutes to heat up to working temperature. Let it cool down before swapping tips unless you have insulated tweezers. Different woods will char (i.e. color) at different rates, so always test before beginning a session of creative work.

Comes with a large variety of 19 Solid Brass tips. Some are pointed, some are spatula shaped for shading, and others are simply used to imprint various patterns (about 1/4" in size).

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  • Missing Parts

    John Black, 2/7/2014 I was extremely disappointed when I received the Pyro-Master Burning Tool Kit and all 19 accessory pieces were missing. I returned it and Garrett Wade promptly refunded my money.
  • Pyromaster Woodburning Tool

    M. Matson, 2/7/2014 I am finding that the heat is not hot enough, and thus the work is very slow to burn into the wood. The former wood burning tool that I used was hotter and burned right into both wood and leather.
  • Leather Projects

    Tom, 9/15/2013 Great item, bought it for my Brother in Law, he is very good leather worker and will enjoy many hours doing his leather projects.Garrett Wade came through again.
  • Pyro-Master

    Charles Romaine, 12/11/2009 Once I got this tool home I tried it out. It works fine except that about seven of the burner tips have smaller threads and aren't useful in this tool. I already used the email on the box: and asked if there is an adaptor availiable. I might not ever use all the tips but would like that option. Thank you, Charlie
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