Chopstick Master CSMv1/CSMv2: Differences

Created by Gabriel Izzo, Modified on Wed, 10 Apr 2024 at 11:37 AM by Hung Nguyen

The differences between the Chopstick Master versions 1 and 2 are:

  • The main body has been simplified in version 2.

  • The hook has been redesigned.

  • The sliding table and saw blade have been eliminated in version 2. This is a significant change. The unit is much more kid-friendly − as well as eliminating a significant expense.

  • Eliminating the saw blade was a top priority to make this kit airplane friendly. Our goal is to open kiosks at the major airports in Asia and the saw blade was a no-no for carry-on belongings. The CSM is a fantastic and fitting gift for travelers returning home from Asia.

  • The kit will come with one red arm that makes chopsticks with a 5mm tip diameter. The green arm, which makes a 3.5mm tip diameter, is available as an accessory.

  • The original depth skids are now set flush with the HP-8 plane sole to which the new, PIVOTING depth sled is attached.

  • The pyramidal finial is now cut with the plane instead of the saw blade.

  • Loosen one thumb screw and the final components pop out for easy storage.

  • The new box is half the size of the original version.

  • Everything else remains the same, 10 pairs of chopstick blanks in six species of wood and 10 drawstring chopstick storage bags are included.


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