Wood burning, also called pyrography, is the process of drawing a picture on a piece of wood with a hot brass tip
Livingart Wood Burning set consists of 7 interchangeable brass tips with a holder suitable for pyrography, soldering, leather craft and stencilling.
This light weight handtool includes a 40-watt with fast heating that develop maximum temperature 320 degrees C.
Included Brass Tips:
- Universal Point
- Shading point
- Flow point
- Cone point
- Fine point
- Dot point
Wood Burning Basics
- Sand your wood before starting the project. Wipe the surface with damp cloth once done sanding.
- Do not do wood burning project on a varnished wood.
- Draw a design with pencil before starting wood burn process.
- Handle your woodburning pen with care. Pen will get hot quite fast, so attach the tip before turning on the machine. Give the pen two or so minutes to get hot. As it heats up, let your wood burning pen rest in a pen holder device to minimize the risk of accidental burning.
Try on these woods as you start off wood burning:
Practice and experiment on a smaller wood with the various tips to get a better picture of how it look like.
More craft materials available online and at our craft shop at Craftiviti Sdn. Bhd. (Petaling Jaya, Malaysia).