Little Yeldham - the home of Superflute Bowl Gouges
First designed and developed in Little Yeldham over 30 years ago, the Superflute remains the classic bowl gouge used by woodturners worldwide.
It is now made exclusively by Henry Taylor Tools in Sheffield from the finest high speed steels.
History of the Superflute (and about the special deep flute shape)
| Some superflute blades are shown above
- all made from M2 HSS. They are normally ground square across but other
grinds can be supplied. Starting from the bottom. .
A. Standard classic blade 11,1/2" x 5/8" diam. (5/8"
|Nominal Size||Price for Blade only, inc VAT||
|B||HS1X long flute||5/8"||discontinued||n.a.|
|C||HS1XL 14" blade||5/8"||£48.95||£52.95|
|F||HS1AX Long flute angletip||5/8"||£48.00||£52.09|
|The "E" above denotes bulk-packed unbranded HSS tools - cheaper but still made by Henry Taylor and to the usual high standard. The handles are Henry Taylor 11,1/2" stained beech handles.|
|HS136 Superflute||1"||£116.23 (has to be specially ordered)|
|The 3/4" superflute with 15" handle gives a total tool length of 25". The 1" superflute with handle is also 25" total length. Extra long handles (24") can be fitted to any tool.|