CRB’s Gen 2 Variable Speed Rod Dryer takes your finish game to a new level!
With upgraded gears for a quieter and more consistent rotation, and an included wire chuck that will easily grasp any diameter butt, CRB has engineered the ultimate rod dryer for your workbench.
This 110v variable speed dryer comes with a 6ft. cord and one Dryer Support Stand, and can be dialed in from 15 RPM all the way up to 45 RPM to cover a variety of application needs - giving total control when you need it the most.
The gear-driven 24V D.C. motor will provide years of drying for builders of any skill level.
Designed by rod builders, for rod builders, the Gen 2 Variable Speed Rod Dryer brings a new level of quiet, consistency, and performance to all of your future custom rod builds.
This would be a very nice machine but it’s got more wobble than my old drying motors. I should have bitten the bullet and bought the bigger motor… get that if you can. If not, be prepared to live with this wobbling and leaving the butt wraps finish a little sketchy
Jay...I started with the Gen2 wire dryer and just purchased the 9rpm slipper clutch dryer. The slipper clutch does go on the Gen2 dryer and the wire chuck is now on my 9rpm dryer. I now have two complete dryers and plan on finishing with the Gen2 slip clutch and drying with the 9rpm wire chuck. Also, with this setup, i wont have to listen to the Gen2 for hours. The 9rpm is much quieter.
The wire clutch doesn't center the rod or blank, so it turns unevenly. Basically useless for getting an even finish. I want to upgrade to the slip chuck, but I do not believe it will fit as the shaft is 7mm... it is also sold out.
Currently looking for a new set-up as this one is useless to me.
Two wire holding system is not balanced and pain to play with to keep rod level when finishing. I like the speed but need a rubber style boot, much easier and more consistent level.
Great product! No longer do I need to glass my threads on the power wrapper. This product has the perfect amount of rpms to help cut a nice clean line, then simply turn the speed down to dry. Well worth the money and a great investment to anyone building for personal use or for business.