R3 U Shape Handheld Clay Extruder – DiamondCore Tools
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R3 U Shape Handheld Clay Extruder

0.5 oz
$52.00
SKU: R3

Looking for a handheld clay extruder that can effortlessly slices through a slab of clay to make a U foot shape for feet or handles? The R3 U Shape Handheld Clay Extruder from DiamondCore® Tools is exactly the pottery tool you've been searching for! Our complete line of  R series Handheld Clay Extruders allow you to quickly create clean and beautiful accents for your ceramic pieces.  These foot and handle making tools have variable-depth ski and feature DiamondCore® Tools’ advanced blade technology to produce feet for slab-built platters, dishes or plates, as well as handles for mugs, pitchers and other vessels. 

DESCRIPTION: 

  • Slices through a slab to make a U foot shape
  • Angled, stainless-steel blade leaves clean edges and pulls through clay effortlessly
  • 4 3/8-inch (11 cm)-long hardwood handle
  • Great for feet, handles and more 
  • Adjustable-depth ski controls thickness of the cut
  • Max approx. blade width 19 mm X height 18 mm
  • Min approx. blade width 15 mm X height 10 mm
  • Wood grain may vary

USES/BENEFITS:

  • Make feet for slab-built pieces
  • Ideal for hand-builders and useful for throwers
  • Consistent shape and adjustable thickness
  • So easy to use; avoid all that pulling
  • Works on a variety of clay types
  • Always-sharp stainless-steel blade won’t rust or shatter
  • A variety of basic and intricate shapes are available

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CAUTIONS:

  • Not designed to be used with extremely wet or sticky clay
  • Use all safety precautions
  • Keep out of the reach of children

TIP:

For best results, use these foot and handle-making tools when the clay is not extremely wet or sticky. The clay tool blade should be clean and dry. Ideally, pull the extrusion up and out as it is being formed, or fold back the sides of the slab, so the extrusion pops up and out.