EZ Sphere Add-on Kit w/ Wood Carbide Cutter
Enables your EZ Threading Combo Jig to create wooden spheres
This kit enables you to create wood sphere balls using your EZ Threading Combo Jig which easily bolts onto a EZ Threading combo jig allowing it to be able to cut a perfect wooden sphere using your woodturning lathe.
Unique "over-the-top" design makes it easy to setup allowing you to cut a perfect sphere every time and a Thread cutting add-on option is available.
- Make perfect shaped spheres quickly
- Achieve consistent results which are repeatable
- Easy to learn and master
- Sphere size range is from 1in up to 8in
Why is the EZ Sphere COMBO jig the best on the market?
1 - Made and Supported in the USA
2 - Unique design cuts wood as the jig swings over the top of the piece
3 - Easy setup and control
4 - Banjo post design makes alignment and repeatability a snap.
5 - Add-on option to allow the jig to create wooden threads turning it into a thread cutter.
6 - Optional Carbide cutter for Wood and Carbide cutter Ci5 Negative Rake for Resin.
1 - Cutter block assembly
1 - Pivot block assembly
1 - Carbide Cutter Holder
1 - Wood Carbide Bit
4 - Screws
4 - Setscrews
Made and Supported in the USA
Note - You must already have an EZ Threading combo jig for this kit to work.
What is repeatability?
Our innovative "swing over the top" sphere jig design allows for easy repeatability. Once roughed by hand it takes the sphere jig 2-3 mins to make them a perfect 1-1/2in diameter sphere!
Will it really create a perfect sphere?
Yes a true perfect sphere can be easily achieved using our jig. The red outline is a prefect sphere overlay which was placed over a picture of a sphere cut with our carbide wood bit. A little sanding and you are done!
Which jig does this work with?
The EZ Threading COMBO jig
Where is the EZ Sphere jig made?
We make the EZ Sphere jig in New Hampshire in our CNC shop.
Is it easy to setup?
Yes! the design of the cutting action sweeping over the top makes the jig very easy to setup on center and use.
What size sphere can be cut?
From 1in to 8in in diameter
Can the wood carbide cutter be used on resin?
We do not recommend using the wood carbide cutter on resin because the negative rake of the resin cutter is much superior when cutting resin and or a hybrid blank.
Who makes the carbide cutting bits?
The wood carbide bit is imported and the resin negative rake carbide bit is made by Easy Wood Tools.
Does the same carbide tool holder work for both carbide bits (resin and wood)?