Turning Archive 2006
>Like many of us, I like to research all the products in an area very well before I start getting serious about one of them. I have been told that the Vermec hollowing tool is one of the best and it doesn't get clogged. While watching a Jimmy Clewes DVD I noted that the Exocet cut very well on end-grain and I liked what I saw. So, I have been trying to check out the details of the Exocet hollowing tool. Apparently the website "http://www.linktechnology.org/" used to be the right URL for the Exocet. Well, now it gives you a site for parking your website, which is not very useful for hollowing out small boxes or vessels.
1. Is the Exocet still being produced and sold? If so, where does one make the necessary contact?
2. How good are the Exocet, Vermec, or Hamlet hollowing tools in comparison?