Pizza Night Special
Everyone has a “Pizza night” This kit creates a well-received gift of a wine bottle stopper, a beer bottle opener and a pizza cutter. This is a great value at $29.80; regular price is $32.80. The bottle opener and stopper are Niles FDA food compliant stainless steel and both have life time guarantees. The wine stopper is the newly re-designed SS-9000 or you can choose the SS-8000 The pizza cutters has a stainless steel blade and is from Penn State Industries or Craft Supplies USA (Both our very reputable company in the USA).
Great new items are the 1″ and 15/16″ mandrel adapters The 1″ can be used for the bottle cap opener to turn your blank to size and the 15/16″ is the same diameter as the pizza cutter neck which makes it very easy to turn the handle to the perfect fit. The pizza cutter has a 3/8″ x 16 tpi inset screw allowing you to use any of my mandrels. You need to drill a 5/16″ hole a minimum of 1 1/8″ deep, use a tap for threads or use the mandrel to tap the threads in the blank.
This is a Craft Supplies top quality pizza cutter with a 4″ stainless steel blade. It comes with a 3/8″ x 16 tpi set screw which is compatible with any of Niles mandrels. Just drill a 5/16″ hole a minimum of 1 1/8″ deep then either cut threads with a tap or use the Niles mandrel to tap the threads. Great new items are the mandrel adapters and the 15/16″ is the same diameter as the pizza cutter neck which makes it very easy to turn the handle to the perfect fit. When you finish turning the handle, glue the set screw into it so when you want to wash the cutter, simply unscrew the handle.
Made with a durable, stainless steel cutter and heavy-duty chrome components, this cutter will impress and perform. This is the Penn State cutter with the 24kt gold plated washers that add an elegant, beaded appearance to your turned handle. It’s easy to wash as the threaded insert allows you to conveniently remove the cutter from the handle. Easy to make just turn between centers to the length of your choice. 4″ Stainless Steel blade. The threaded insert is not the same thread as my mandrels; see the instructions below for turning the handle.