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Pyro Master, Dual Temp 15/30W, no longer stocked

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DISCONTINUED - This dual temperature, pyrography tool is ideal for creating simple designs on wood or leather. It has 15w and 30w power settings and comes with 19 tips.

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2651 £13.00
(£15.60 incl VAT)

Please note: this product has been discontinued and is present for reference only. It is not possible to buy this product.

Was £21.50.

Now £13.00.

Clearance prices shown in orange are in GBP and exclusive of VAT.

This entry level, dual temperature, pyrography tool is ideal for creating simple designs on wood or leather.

The Pyro Master has 15w and 30w power settings and comes complete with 19 tips, a key ring, and a leather fridge magnet to get you started.

This tool is also compatible with the fabric master and gem master tips, making it great for many different craft applications.

Caution:

  • This product is supplied with a UK mains plug and is designed to work off a 230V, 50Hz supply.

Please note: this product has been discontinued and is present for reference only. It is not possible to buy this product.

Questions:

Posted by Joan Sabine-Bacon, Thursday, 25 April 2013 on product Pyro Master, Dual Temp 15/30W, no longer stocked

Question:

I just wondered if this will burn the design deep enough into the wood so that it can transfer a design for block printing in other words make block for printing. Thank you

Answers:

  • Posted by Aaron Sturman on Thursday, 25 April 2013
    The tool is primarily designed for burning a pattern into the surface of the material. How deep it burns would depend on the type of wood and how slowly you moved the tool. The only way to tell if it is suitable for block printing would be to try it.
Posted by kjonathan, Thursday, 15 December 2011 on product Pyro Master, Dual Temp 15/30W, no longer stocked

Question:

Hi there. Will this burn all wood ? Thanks

Answers:

  • Posted by Geoff Hampson on Thursday, 15 December 2011
    The best thing is to give it a go. Some woods will produce better results than others but the tool will burn all woods. Hardwoods that are light in colour, such as birch, beech & sycamore produce the best results. Other options such as pine, oak, ply board can be used, however due to the glue used in MDF it?s not advisable to use that.

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