Scott’s Magic “mini jacks” can be used to ream open the smallest opening using one of the triangular blades and moving it in and out of the flame. Use the outward force of the beveled edge jack blades for opening any 2″ or smaller tube or encalmo section for a nice, even wall and cup shape. Other great uses for the “mini jacks” include finishing of hollow beads, pendant loops, fine tuning a mouthpiece or raised carb, or even opening the constriction on a down stem. The “mini jacks” are made of hardened stainless steel. The jacks can be held directly in the flame for a few seconds without damage to the steel. Although the ideal use of the jacks is with the glass in between the tool and the flame and in many cases the shaping is done just outside of the flame. The dimensions of this awesome tool are 8.5″ long with the blades measuring .5mm at the tip to 12mm at the widest edge. The flare range is from 1mm to 55mm.
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