Pen Blank Squaring Jig (V Block) - Small

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Pen Blank Squaring Jig (V Block) 

Square the ends of any pen blank easily and safely! No more pen mill chip-outs! Choose the correct size transfer punch that will fit your blank (Punch set can be found here ) and mounts it in the V groove. You are then ready to perfectly trim your blanks ends on your disc sander. 

The small jig will fit 6" and smaller disc sanders, the large jig is for 6" and above. 

  • $17.95
  • Weight
    16.5 oz
  • SKU
    ET-SMSQJIG

Pen Blank Sanding Squaring Jig (V Block) - Small

Square the ends of any pen blank easily and safely! No more pen mill chip outs! Choose the correct size transfer punch that will fit your blank (Punch set can be found here ) and mount it in the V groove. You are then ready to perfectly trim your blanks ends on your disc sander. 

The small jig will fit 6" and smaller disc sanders, the large jig is for 6" and above. 

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Product questions

  • Tom Casper
    Aug 23, 2021, 04:02 PM

    So this just holds the blank? Am I right that there is nothing making sure that it is being held square to the sander? Nothing fits in miter slot to make sure it's at 90 % ?

    Administrator
    Aug 24, 2021, 11:17 PM

    You secure a punch to the v block with the provided attachment screw. When locked in it will hold your blank square to your sander.
    This video from Mark Dreyer may help explain - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoqiTHerVk8

  • David Heinlen
    Jun 10, 2020, 10:42 AM

    What does the punch set have to do with this jig? Thanks

    Administrator
    Jun 10, 2020, 02:39 PM

    Hi David,

    Essentially the punch holds your blank between the jig and the sanding disc. Pick a punch that fits inside the tube of the blank that you are sanding. The punch then fits into the v groove of the jig and extends beyond to the sanding disc. The blank slides onto the extended part of the punch & face away! I hope that helps make it clearer.

    Dawn