Tool - Anvil for Turret Terminals, .750 L

Tool - Anvil for Turret Terminals, .750 L

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$10.95
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Turret anvil for use with our turrets (S-HTUR-AX, S-HTUR-BX, S-HTUR-P).

For staking tool see S-T1715

Directions:

  • Drill ⅛" hole
  • Insert eyelet
  • Flip board over on to a hard service
  • Center staking tool over the eyelet
  • Strike staking tool with hammer to clamp eyelet to board
RoHS Compliant
SKU:
S-T1717
Item ID:
040786
UPC/EAN:
841358107405
Product Measurements by Type
Interior Diameter0.128 in.
Item Diameter0.25 in.
Item Height0.75 in.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions1 in. × 1 in. × 1 in.
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Product Reviews

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
- October 26th, 2020
5 out of 5

Without a drill press, I tried this anvil and the staking tool. With the anvil, turret board and staking tool teetering between the fingers of my left hand, I'd try and strike the staking tool with a hammer in my right hand. This produced unimpressive results and a 50% hit rate on my left thumb. Then I made a simple jig. Buy a polyethylene cutting board at your supermarket ($3.99 for 8"x11" at Kroger) and drill a 1/4" hole through the center. Be sure it's perfectly perpendicular (I used a drill block). Place this over a steel plate ($11.98 for 1/4"x 4"x12" at Home Depot). Drop the Anvil in the hole and now you can load it with a turret, place the board over it and whack your thumb to your heart's content. With this setup, there is about .03" of clearance for the other turrets, so you can stake an entire board without interference. After a few whacks, you will learn how hard to hit it. You must use a hard surface underneath the cutting board. Your workbench won't suffice, nor can you only partially drill through the cutting board.

- April 29th, 2019
5 out of 5

Good quality tool and it does wonderful job. I definitely do not have any complaints. Thank you.