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Types of Chisel

Beveled Edged Bench Chisels
Beveled Edged Bench Chisels

Beveled Edged Bench Chisels Not too short and not too long these chisels are the most common and most useful chisel found in a cabinet shop. The most important criteria are that they should be comfortable in the hand, hold a good edge, and be easy to sharpen.

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Heavy Duty Beveled Edged Chisels
Heavy Duty Beveled Edged Chisels

Heavy Duty Beveled Edged Chisels Not really used much in furniture making. This is a fine choice for boat building and to a lesser extent timberframing, or any application where the joinery is big and complicated.

Heavy Duty Sash Mortise Chisels
Heavy Duty Sash Mortise Chisels

The Heavy Duty Sash Mortise chisel is a heavier version of the Sash Mortise chisel and will handle deeper mortises without the need to drill out the waste. They are not as comfortable nor as easy to use as a Pig Sticker but they will work, an example is the Lie Nielsen Mortise chisels.

Japanese Bench Chisels
Japanese Bench Chisels

Japanese hardware store for more than 30 years. Plane, Chisel, Saw, Knife, other Japanese tools.

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Mortise Chisels
Mortise Chisels

How to use this often misunderstood woodworking chisel. A room full of woodworkers will evoke spirited discussion about the right angles and methods of sharpening tools with no two finding much common ground. I think one of the least understood chisels is the mortise chisel. Catalogs offer two types ...

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Paring Chisels
Paring Chisels

Paring tools, both bent and straight shank, are used for delicate trimming and fitting. If you've never used a paring chisel, you're missing one of the real pleasures of hand tool woodworking.

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Sash Mortise Chisels
Sash Mortise Chisels

Orginally developed in Continental Europe, these chisels are a heavier version of the sash mortise chisel. They are more general purpose and will get the job done. The round handles and square chisel section make them less comfortable to use than true English mortise chisels, but these features also make them less expensive to manufacture, and ...

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