There's nothing more important than craftsmanship. It's the unique signature of every creator. Nobody understands the importance of craftsmanship better than Kutzall. That's why each and every Kutzall tool is American made and crafted to the highest quality possible. With Kutzall tools, you'll carve in confidence knowing that you left your signature with the best tool for the job.

No matter your project, Kutzall rotary carving tools are specifically engineered to cut faster, last longer, and require less cleaning. Whether it's wood, ice, stone, composites, fiberglass, or plastic, with Kutzall you'll spend more time creating and less time cleaning.

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Kutzall Rasps: From Renderings to Reality!

July 29, 2015

Creating the ultimate hand-carving tool, from concept to creation! The new lineup of Kutzall hand rasps/files are finally here, and we couldn’t be more excited! As craftsmen of quality, we set out on a daunting journey: create the ultimate hand-carving tool. We decided to take a common carving instrument found in most toolboxes, the humble hand rasp, and make it truly remarkable. Our mission was simple, our hand rasps needed to bring the same quality and shaping power that our customers have come to expect from every Kutzall product, and they needed to be able to accomplish a wide variety of carving tasks: from detailed shaping in tight spaces, to the heavy hogging typically reserved for aggressive rasps. Because of...

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Mounting Guide: Kutzall Sanding Discs & Dish Wheels

February 10, 2015

Many of you have been wondering why we changed our Dish Wheels over from 5/8" bore to 7/8". This was to ensure proper mounting procedures were followed. To help, we've developed a Mounting Guide for your reference. Kutzall Sanding Discs and Dish Wheels feature a 7/8" I.D. and are intended to mount on a standard electric angle grinder with a 5/8" shaft. They mount on the 7/8" shoulder found on the shouldered bushing or adapter included with most angle grinders. If for some reason your angle grinder does not have one of these bushings, you may obtain one by contacting your grinder manufacturer. Mounting Kutzall wheels using a shouldered bushing assures that the wheel will spin as straight and round...

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