T3  Small 3-inch Rock Trimmer    $125

                                                                 US Shipping  $9.00 (subject to change)

DISCONTINUED

Limited to stock on hand

No Warranty

Replacement Chisels

    1/4" diameter      $24 pair

    1/2" diameter      $40 pair

The 3” trimmer is the standard size used by micromount collectors. It is identical in design to the 6” trimmer, only scaled down in size.

The T3 trimmer is ideal for small rocks and  micromounts. Its small size and light weight allow it to be held in one's hand while trimming. That does not mean it isn't tough! Like the T6, it has a nice base with predrilled holes for mounting to a table or other work surface.

Specifications

 

 Height (handle tight):             5-1/4"

 Height (handle extended):     6-3/4"

 Width:                                       3-3/4"

 Body Thickness:                     1/2"

 Base Dimensions:                  3-3/4" x 1-1/2" x 3/8"

 Base Mounting Holes:            (4) #10 1.1" x 3.35"

 Max Inside Dimension:          1-1/2" H x 2-3/4" W

 Handle Dimensions:               1/2" x 3/16" x 3" long

 Gross Weight:                          1.3 lb / 600 g

 Chisels Included:                     1/4" diameter (2)

 Chisel Mount:                           1/4" diameter x 5/16" long

Always use ANSI-Approved safety glasses

One Customer's Words:

 

"Ted Hadley sent me a mini-splitter to test. I've been running it through all sorts of tests and I can state that it has handled everything I've thrown at it with ease:

Syenite pegmatite - up to 1 1/2 inch pieces
Hard brecciated matrix from the Silver Coin mine - up to 1 inch pieces
Silicified barite matrix from the Silver Coin (very hard!) - up to 3/8 inch veins

 

All of this with normal hand tightening. I'm certain with a cheater bar and mounted down it could handle more. No sign of flaking on the cutters and it operates really smoothly.  I'm impressed by the quality of the workmanship and have already ordered a second splitter.  I'll have this at the micro meeting next week for you to look at, but it definitely gets a thumbs-up from me"

              -- Professor Henry Barwood, Troy University, Troy, AL.