Jerry Beall created this countrsink manu years ago and has continuously refined it ever since to make it one of the most effective and versatile tools on the market. The chatter-free disgn can be used on holes up to 1 inch (25 mm) diameter to create an 82 degree included angled chamfer, or countersink, in both hard- and softwoods. Designed for use in either a drill press or hand drill. An ideal partner for use with the Beall Wood Threader where is serves to create the tapered 'lead' into the threaded hole.
Offers custom wood working tools including buffing systems, wood threaders, dowels, drill bits, lathe tools and accessories, collet chucks, and spindle nose adaptors.
I was privileged to meet Jerry Beall a couple of years ago when attending the Ornamental Turners International Conference in nearby Newark, Ohio. As well as being an excellent host whenever we snook away from the main proceedings to revel in the atmosphere of his fascinating workshop, Jerry demonstrated to us many of the plethora of products and inventions that his agile mind has produced for the woodworking market.
Whilst all were worthy of considerable attention, I was completely knocked out by Jerry's development of buffing systems for use on timber. Here at last was a quick, simple way of putting that finishing glow onto wood products that really makes them stand out. What I liked most was that this created a bright, light, smooth and incredibly tactile finish but not with the hard glossy, glassy, polished-plastic look with which some workers damn their work, but with a deep gleam that really brought out the beauty in the timber.