What is a wooden handle?
Heft stands for handle. Many idioms in German usage originate from the craft. To hand over the hilt - means to relinquish control. Whoever has the wooden handle in his hand also has control over the workpiece. The wooden handle is the handle of various tools, as well as traditional weapons.
What choice of finishes are available?
Wooden hilt is usually smoothly shaped and can be made of different types of wood. It is important that the hilt fits well in the hand. We offer the wooden handles for woodturning and carving tools.
The surface can be roughened with small ribs. This gives the wooden handle a better grip. If ridges run spirally across the surface, it is called "wound". However, the surface can also be structured by horizontally running beads or heels.
The scalloped surface is particularly striking. In this variant, the wooden handle has a cylindrically symmetrical shape.
The wooden handle - precision work through 90 years of experience!
In order for the tool to fit into the handle, precise work must be done.
In addition, the wooden handle must be firmly connected to the tool part so that it does not fall apart during work. This can even be dangerous! Therefore, safety takes a high priority in woodturning. For woodturning and cutting tools, it is important that the hilt is bombproof so that no accidents can occur while working. We offer high quality handles at reasonable prices. These fit woodturning tools from Neuhammer (formerly Gläser), Henry Taylor (Diamic), Munro, Woodcut, Carter & Son and Sorby and our carving tools.