These are all gone...In fact, I sold the last one to a person who laid down on the floor in a fetal position and cried..That was the one I was going to rebuild my sharpener with. The wheel has been in since about 91 and looks a bit beat. I need to find one for myself.. But, many thanks to those who purchased the wheels. If you followed my suggestions, you are sharpening experts..If not, then I have been known to be wrong. Was wrong when I tried to sell products...Decided Carving needed excellent products at a low mark up, and instant telephone service. Sent samples of cutters out to try and buy. $125 tool, person vanishes from surface of the Earth.Wears cutters and screws totally off the tool, No darn good if basswood will do this...Next items to be listed here will be a $75 Foredom cutter that will outrun any kutzall made. With very little dust, actually sand sized grains from Oak, Apple, Aged Cherry.And, a bunch of ONE WAY kutzall type tips, mainly for soap stone alabaster, soft marble at $7.50 each plus postage..They look like wet particle board, don't cut wood that fast, faster in stone, but you will be old when they wear out,,Made in the UK as a possible new product. I decided not to sell, but use them, and, price is my price. Funky shaped tips... I'll bet these things cost $50 or more to prototype..