The Turas #64
Aged Brass body featuring dodecagon flats (12 sided polygon) relief milling accents done on a manual lathe, and a matching brass bearing cap. This is the first and only Turas made in this configuration at the time of this writeup.
NOTES: This is a prototype unit, I was experimenting with new tool path strategies and I was testing tolerances of a new brand of bearings with this unit and subjected the bearings to several tests. The bearing is very pleasing and with a swift flick of the top it will spin for 2-3 seconds and is buttery smooth with a pleasing hum as is spins. This one is a fun one to work with but probably won't please fidget spinner fans.
Fully CNC Machined Solid Brass Body
Holds standard 1/4 bits securely
Approximately 3.1" long, bearing cap is 1" in diameter and grip is .615" diameter.
1/4 Hex broached in for keeping exact tolerances required.
Bearing has been press installed under the cap.
Hand Finished, Sanded, Aged and Tumbled
Bit Driver Features magnet recessed in the pocket for retention of magnetic bits.
Proudly Made Right Here In Oregon!
This is an updated version (V2) and will fit First Gen Maintenance Trays!
Please note trays or knives are not included, just the bit driver. Bits are available for purchase separately.