Incomparable After-Sales Support
At TRUArt we fully understand the processes involved in woodburning including, among others, the effect high heat has on brass. As brass softens because of the heat, excessive pressure causes it to bend and eventually break. As we seek customer satisfaction and happiness, we will replace the pen and broken tip at no extra charge. Simply contact us and include a picture of the broken tip for immediate replacement. This is our definition of a 100% Risk-Free Satisfaction Guarantee!
Quick heat up
Fits TRUArt tips ( M4 x 0.7 )
2 heat sinks
3 heat vents
2 power settings (15W and 30W)
TRUArt Pyrography Pen Holder
Keeps hot pen away from touching other surfaces when not in use
Complete TRUArt Manual
Instructions on usage
How to begin a project
Useful tips and suggestions
21 varied nibs or tips!
Hot knife for cutting soft materials like Styrofoam, plastic stencils, and others
DOWNLOADABLE MANUAL: 15-30W Wood Burner
DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE WOOD BURNING STENCILS
*For more detailed information about the TRUArt pyrography pen, check out our check out our video about it.
Ivy Seibert (verified owner) –
I don’t usually take the time to write reviews but I found it necessary for this.
I’d been thinking about adding wood-burning to my list of hobbies for a few months and struggled to find reliable products and resources. A few weeks ago I was watching a showcase video of the TruArt kits so I checked out other reviews, pictures, videos, and quickly decided that I’d go with this one.
I am super happy. It arrived quickly (did not pay for priority shipping or anything) and I tested it right away. It’s straightforward and easy to use, works great, and is super comfortable to work with. Aside from the product itself, TruArt provides great video walkthroughs and such and the customer service was excellent. The only things to watch out for are:
1) the brass tips are quite malleable when heated at the higher setting [mine was a tiiiny bit crooked by the time I finished my project], but that’s to be expected and not the manufacturer’s fault, plus they do an excellent job at warning you and giving you tips to prevent it with little notes inside of the kit. I just applied a little too much pressure at one point, which it does explicitly advise against doing
And 2) after using the wand for a prolonged period of time, the plastic between the metal piece and rubber grip gets pretty warm. It doesn’t bother me as I’m used to heat on my hands and not very prone to burns – plus I’m not sure if it gets hot enough to burn – though I’d recommend using a thin pair of gloves if you plan on taking on something more time-consuming! Again though, I don’t think that’s a fault on the manufacturer’s part, just a note to other potential buyers for the sake of convenience 🙂
I 100% recommend this if you’re looking to get into wood-burning!