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Popular woodworking metal detector features foolproof one-handed operation
Wizard Industries' Lumber Wizard woodworking metal detector has received a lot of praise since its launch in 1999. The newest model, dubbed the Lumber Wizard III, is now shipping and features great improvements in ease of operation and reliability. It is sure to be a hit with woodworkers everywhere.
The Lumber Wizard, designed especially to meet the needs of woodworkers, features a highly sensitive detection coil, more sensitive than comparable and expensive "security" metal detectors. It has been optimized to pick up small fragments of metal that may be hidden inside new or used lumber. The new Lumber Wizard III hasn't lost any of that sensitivity or detection capability.
The new model features the same ergonomic design, allowing close scanning of lumber without scraping knuckles. Switchable audio and vibration alerts allow easy use in noisy workshops. Fine-tuning, which is usually a one-time operation thanks to the improved circuitry, is still possible by an easily accessible tuning screw.
The detection circuitry itself has also been revised. Sensitivity to metals, including brass, copper, steel, and aluminum, hasn't been sacrificed, while the new circuitry more easily avoids false positives from ground balance, mineralization, and movement. The result is a more reliable detector.
Retailing at an affordable $99.95, the new Lumber Wizard III can pay for itself the first time a planer or saw blade is saved from damage by hidden metal inside lumber.
"We're very excited about these improvements to an already indispensable product for woodworkers. We know our customers will be too," concluded Carmen.
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The Lumber Wizard, a favorite tool among woodworkers nationwide, now has a feature to help pinpoint buried metal in reclaimed wood.
The popular metal detector has been a staple in the industry for more than a decade now. “It has filled a need for a highly sensitive, affordable, feature-packed metal detector for woodworkers,” says company CEO Billy Carmen. “With our personal customer support and great warranty, we’ve become a favorite of many consumers.”
On June 20th at the AWFS Show in booth 1268, Wizard Industries will be unveiling the new Lumber Wizard 4 Laser Line Woodworking Metal Detector that features an improved circuit design, and a laser line indicator. The highly sensitive detector is now more reliable than ever, and it makes locating metal easier and faster due to its laser line indicator.
“This new version provides much more detection depth and a bright red laser line generator that makes buried metal a lot easier to find,” noted Carmen. “User reviews have been off the chart, and having the product be the first of any type laser indicating metal detector, makes it cutting edge in many ways.”
There's probably nothing more annoying to a woodworker than damaging a planer, saw or jointer blade. Frequently small metal objects such as staples, nails, screws or even bullets can be hidden inside new or recycled wood. Undetected, these metal culprits often cause costly planer or jointer blade damage, or worse still, they can cause injury to woodworkers.
The new Lumber Wizard 4 Laser Line helps detect metal objects buried up to 4” deep in wood and the new laser provides a precise visual reference so as to speed removal of metals that can damage blades in tooling. It is easy to use, very precise, and is must for every woodshop. Retailing for $149.95, it is currently available nationwide through Woodcraft Supply, Rockler, Lee Valley, Amazon.com, Sears.com, Eagle America and many other woodworking and specialty tool suppliers, hardware stores, and most woodworking catalog and online retailers. “It can easily pay for itself with just one blade saved,” noted Carmen.Return to Product