SMALL GRUB SCREW

The small grub screw is 3.0mm x 3.0mm. It fits the early cutters for the following templates: H10, A10 [early models**], B10, F5 and F15. See item C in the main image and the Legend.

The 1.5mm Allen key fits the 3.0mm x 3.0mm grub screw.

**A10 cutters now contain a larger grub screw [3.0mm x 4.0mm]. Eventually all template cutters will be made with it…easier to handle, and hopefully, easier to see!

Please note: postage will be added to purchases when we process your order.

Cutter care:

Prolong the life of your cutter and save money.

[1] Before every box making session, place a drop of sewing machine oil in the bearing. The bearing is not sealed, so dirt and grime build up over time. If you do not keep the bearing clean, it will seize, causing damage to the cutter and your template.

[2] Regularly check that the grub screw in the side of the cutter has not vibrated loose. Alternatively, use a product like ‘Loctite’ to fix the grub screw in place. Hint: to glue in a grub screw, first place a light coloured cloth on the kitchen table [I guarantee you will lose the grub screw if you do this in the workshop]. Position the screw hole over the flat edge on the cutter housing. Place a small drop of ‘Loctite’ in the hole and screw in the grub screw.

Small grub screw

$2.00

Description

SMALL GRUB SCREW

The small grub screw is 3.0mm x 3.0mm. It fits the early cutters for the following templates: H10, A10 [early models**], B10, F5 and F15. See item C in the main image and the Legend.

The 1.5mm Allen key fits the 3.0mm x 3.0mm grub screw.

**A10 cutters now contain a larger grub screw [3.0mm x 4.0mm]. Eventually all template cutters will be made with it…easier to handle, and hopefully, easier to see!

Please note: postage will be added to purchases when we process your order.

Cutter care:

Prolong the life of your cutter and save money.

[1] Before every box making session, place a drop of sewing machine oil in the bearing. The bearing is not sealed, so dirt and grime build up over time. If you do not keep the bearing clean, it will seize, causing damage to the cutter and your template.

[2] Regularly check that the grub screw in the side of the cutter has not vibrated loose. Alternatively, use a product like ‘Loctite’ to fix the grub screw in place. Hint: to glue in a grub screw, first place a light coloured cloth on the kitchen table [I guarantee you will lose the grub screw if you do this in the workshop]. Position the screw hole over the flat edge on the cutter housing. Place a small drop of ‘Loctite’ in the hole and screw in the grub screw.

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