L1 Diamond Sgraffito Stylus Tool - Needle/1 mm Ball

Diamond Sgraffito Stylus Tool
Diamond Sgraffito Stylus Tool
Diamond Sgraffito Stylus Tool

L1 Diamond Sgraffito Stylus Tool - Needle/1 mm Ball

Normaler Preis $48.00
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The L1 Diamond Stylus Tool from DiamondCore® Tools features a diamond needle tip on one end and a 1 mm diamond ball tip on the other. This gives you the flexibility for pencil-like freehand carving, fine Sgraffito detailing, and the ability to clean up bisque lines and grooves.

 DESCRIPTION:

  • Diamond tips on both ends
  • Leopardwood foam-grip pencil handles
  • Diamond “needle” tip on one end
  • 1 mm diamond ball tip on the other end
  • Wood grain may vary

 USES/BENEFITS:

  • Pencil-like freehand carving
  • Fine sgraffito detailing on dry clay
  • Fine carving on drier clay
  • Cleanup of bisque lines/grooves
  • Foam grip reduces fatigue
  • Long-lasting diamond tips

 CAUTIONS:

  • Use all safety precautions
  • Keep out of the reach of children   

 

 

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V
V.K.

Fantastic tool, complete game changer

C
Cares.

Where have you been all my life? Love this tool!

H
Heather

The stylus is exactly what I needed .

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Kris S.
Exactly what I wanted

I recently received this tool that will allow me to create the fine lines that I have so wanted to make on my pottery. I love adding to my DCT collection!

r
rachael
my favorite tool

I love love love this tool! Obviously perfect for fine sgraffito lines—that's what I use it most for. But my favorite use is cleaning up glaze lines with it! Using either end to scrape away glaze has saved a lot of my pieces / made them so much cleaner if you're doing detailed glaze work. The diamond tips scrape away all remnants, and can even slightly scrape through bisque, so you know there will be no residual color from finicky glazes. Don't know what I would do without it