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The Single-Beveled Woodworking Chisel is a versatile and essential tool designed for various woodworking applications. With its distinct single bevel, this chisel is favored by carpenters and woodworkers alike for its ability to create flat surfaces and perform precision work.
Single-beveled chisels are generally used in carpentry and general woodworking. When the bevel is down it creates very flat surfaces. In using a tool can be pulled in or out of the wood.
The Single-Beveled Woodworking Chisel finds a wide range of applications in carpentry and general woodworking, including:
Smoothing Surfaces: When used with the bevel down, this chisel is perfect for creating smooth and flat surfaces on wood, removing rough spots and imperfections.
Trimming and Shaping: Woodworkers use this chisel to trim and shape wood pieces to achieve precise dimensions and clean edges.
Mortising: The single-beveled chisel is ideal for creating mortises, which are rectangular holes used for joinery and furniture making.
Carving and Detailing: This chisel is capable of delicate carving and detailing work, allowing woodworkers to add intricate designs and embellishments to their projects.
Paring: Woodworkers use the chisel for paring tasks, where they carefully shave thin layers of wood to achieve a custom fit or refine joint connections.
- High-quality carbon steel W1-7;
- 2mm metal thickness;
- 60-62 HRC (Rockwell);
- oak wood handle finished with linseed oil;
- for both soft and hard wood;
- 220mm total tool size;
- made in Europe, Ukraine;
- directly from manufacturer without intermediaries.
How we make a chisels: