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Be sure to check out our selection of hammers to assist with your dent removal.
As with all our mandrels, these are made with appropriate geometry to a fine degree of precision, and carefully finished. The entry features a perfect radius for "raking" small dents. 24" total length, tapering from 1" to 1/2".
9" mandrel tapers from 7/8" to 3/8". Works well for rounding tubing ends on trumpet, trombone, and background brass. Excellent for re-rounding brasswind finger rings and such.
8" long mandrel tapers from 1/2" to 1/8". Very useful to have in the tool box. This can be used to re-round clarinet rings, the end of French horn and trumpet tubes and so on.
Flute makers usually use a burnishing method for expanding the head tenon. Our Flute Head Fitting Mandrel is used to support the head tenon and is straight at that area. It tapers the rest of the inserted portion. Fits with head cork in place.
Repairman’s mandrel. Straight tapered (not parabolic). Excellent for dent removal and rounding. 14" length, tapers from 5/8" to 3/4" over 10" length.
Polished and ground mandrel for body straightening and dent work. 20" length x .735" O.D.
Lifting dents out of flutes has never been easier! Each end has a particular radius and entry angle that will provide the power needed to lift even heavy-wall nickel silver tube dents. Hold the tool in the Flute Station (with additional 5/8" sleeve), or hold securely in a vice.
Easily remove small to medium sized dents in the body tube of all saxophones. A fantastic way to remove localized dents in the saxophone body.
Our Saxophone Bow Bar is a fantastic way to remove dents from the bottom bow of all saxophones. The bar is bent to access the bow through the bell on one end and through the Eb hole on the other end.
Our JLS Alto Sax Neck Bar is designed to round up dents and flat spots in alto sax necks. Each polished end of the tool can be used; one for coming through the receiver end, and one for coming through the mouthpiece end.
Frustrated with saxophone neck dent work? Add our JLS Tenor Sax Neck Bar to your toolbox! The neck bar is designed to round up dents and flat spots in the neck. Each polished end of the tool can be used; one for coming through the receiver end, one one for coming through the mouthpiece end.
The JLS Tiny Mag is used as an external locator for an interior tool. Place the magnet on the outside of an instrument as you insert a dent body bar, ball, barrel, or mandrel and the Magnet will travel with the business part of the tool. The Tiny Mag will guide you to lift only the area of concern helping you do better dent work more efficiently. Dozens of other shop uses too!
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