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Model #KH537

Tungsten Carbide Tip Scribe

  • Leaves clear marks on metal, glass and plastic
  • Comfortable grip
  • Compact and convenient design goes anywhere with you
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$443

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Product Overview

This Lincoln Electric tip scribe features sharp tungsten carbide tips that easily cut into hard surfaces. It leaves clear marks on metal, glass, plastic and tools. This lightweight tool includes a strong aluminum handle and diamond knurling on the handle for a comfortable grip. Use it as easily as you would a pencil, as its compact and convenient design travels well.
  • California residents
  • Has a handy pocket clip and protective cap
  • Writes like a pencil
  • Extremely sharp and durable scribing point
  • Compact and convenient

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Specifications

Details

Condition
New
Features
Adjustable
Hand Tool Type
Writing Utensil
Number of Points
1
Package Quantity
1
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 day

Questions & Answers

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would I be able to use this for plastic or kits such as to add extra line

Asked by Depi June 25, 2020
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will it work on wood

Asked by Ethan September 21, 2018
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I have not tried it on wood. Since it scribes glass and metals, I would think it would work on wood.

will this score a small glass tile so that I could then use a nipper to snap it at the score line?

Asked by Dee October 2, 2017
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The scribe is for metal.

Can I use this as a glass/ mirror cutting

Asked by Felipe September 26, 2017
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It will not work to cut glass.

How do you use it

Asked by Augie December 31, 2015
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You use it like a pencil to scratch the surface you want to make a mark on.

I have scientific glass that is .2 mm thick. Will this scribe cut the glass without breaking the glass?

Asked by Oliver August 20, 2015
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Yes it should work.

Is this tool good for marking on stain glass?

Asked by GlassArtist December 29, 2014
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The KH537 is good for scribing glass.

WHAT IS A TOOL USED TO WRITE ON METAL

Asked by Sigs November 4, 2014
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This tool has a tungsten tip to mark on metal, glass, plastic, and tools.

Is this what you use to cut glass

Asked by downtown October 9, 2013
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The KH537 Scribe is sharp enough to make cuts into hard surfaces and leave clear marks on metal, glass, plastic and tools. It is only intended to score a glass surface, but probably not enough to cut it. It is not a glass cutter which would cut much deeper.

Is this scriber what is used to score ceramic tile for cutting/breaking?

Asked by Cate April 14, 2013
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No, this scriber is not recommened to be used for scoring ceramic tile. Its intended use is to WRITE on metal, glass, plastic and tools. It would not be appropriate to handle the application you are describing.

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The photo on the website is not indicative of the product I received, but it's really not that pr...
The photo on the website is not indicative of the product I received, but it's really not that pressing an issue to me since I am not using it in a professional capacity. I needed a scribe for a home project, and this appeared that it would do the job. After using it for a short time, I was happy that it worked as well as I hoped. The replaceable tip holds its point well and the pocket clip keeps the scribe from rolling across inclined surfaces. The tip shield is a small clear plastic sheath that fits over the "lead" rather than cover the entire end as the red cap shown on the site's picture appears to do. Other than that, I have zero complaints about this product.
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Lincoln Electric Tungsten Carbide Tip Scribe worked good. Easy to...
Lincoln Electric Tungsten Carbide Tip Scribe worked good. Easy to use
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Well wasn't expecting anything spectacular, just a scribe to scratch some heads. This product was...
Well wasn't expecting anything spectacular, just a scribe to scratch some heads. This product was way above standard. Excellent scribe.
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Awesome! Used it several times, and scores the metal perfectly!...
Awesome! Used it several times, and scores the metal perfectly!
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It is very nice to create fine lines and easy...
It is very nice to create fine lines and easy to manage. In general, I am satisfied with it.
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Good price. This works well when working with metal....
Good price. This works well when working with metal. I use layout blue and scribe marks to note where to cut.
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