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12pc Wood Carving Chisel Gouge Set Brass, Slew, V Parting, Spoon,

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Product Brand: Toolzone
£23.99
12PC PROFESSIONAL WOOD CARVING CHISEL SET IN POUCH
WOODWORKING  CARPENTRY
DESCRIPTION
-Professional tool for commercial or occasional use.
-Alloy steel blade for strength and durability.
-Brass ferrules, 65mn blades.
-Drop forged steel blades heat treated for high performance and long lasting cutting edge.
-Chisels are polished for a fine finish.
-Chrome plated ferrules prevent handles from splitting under pressure.
-Proportionately wooden handles offer plenty of stability and control.
-Every cutting edge is honed and buffed for immediate use.
1 x 9.5mm Slew Chisel 
1 x 9.5mm Straight Gouge 
1 x 6.35mm Straight Gouge 
1 x 7.9mm Straight Gouge 
1 x 9.5mm Spoon Gouge 
1 x 12.7mm Straight Gouge 
1 x 14mm Straight Gouge 
1 x 15.4mm Straight Gouge 
1 x 12.7mm Bent Gouge 
1 x 9.5mm Straight V Parting Tool 
1 x 9.5mm Straight Chisel 
1 x 6.35mm Straight V Parting Tool

BELOW IS A DESCRIPTION OF DIFFERENT
TYPES OF USES AND NAMES ASSOCIATED WITH CARVING
AND IS ONLY A GUIDE
Gouge Carving tool with a curved cutting edge. The most used category of carving tools.
Sweep The curvature of the cutting edge of a carving gouge. A lower number (like #3) indicates a shallow, flat sweep while a high number (like #9) is used for a deeply curved gouge.
Veiner A small deep gouge with a U shaped cutting edge. Usually #11 sweep.
Fluter A larger #11 sweep gouge with a U shaped cutting edge.
Sloyd knife A whittling knife having a strong, blade slightly shorter than the handle (around 5 inches), suitable for marking or carving.
Chisel A carving tool with a straight cutting edge (usually termed #1 sweep) at right angles (or square to) the sides of the blade.
Skew[disambiguation needed] Chisel A chisel with the edge at a "skew" or angle relative the sides of the blade. Often termed #2 sweep in the Sheffield list or #1s in continental lists.
V-tool A carving tool with a V shaped cutting edge.[2] Used for outlining and decorative cuts. Referred to as 'the carvers pencil' by old time professional carvers.
Parting Tool
Long Bent A gouge, chisel or V tool where the blade is curved along its entire length. Handy for deep work.
Short Bent A gouge, chisel or V tool where the blade is straight with a curve at the end, like a spoon. Use for work in deep or inaccessible areas. Spoon gouges were often referred to as 'tracery tools' which indicates their use in the type of decorative carving found in churches
Spoon
Fishtail A gouge or chisel with a straight, narrow shank that flares out at the end to form a "fishtail" shaped tool. The narrow shaft of the tool allows for clearance in tight areas.
Back Bent A spoon gouge with a reverse bent end. Used for undercuts and reeding work.
Palm Tools Short (5"), stubby tools used with one hand while the work is held in the other. Great for detail and small carving.
Full-size Tools 10" to 11" tools used with two hands or a mallet.
Tang The tapered part of the blade that is driven into the handle.
Bolster A flared section of the blade near the tang that keeps the blade from being driven further into the handle.
Ferrule A metal collar on the handle that keeps the wood from splitting when the tool is used with a mallet. Some tools have an external, visible ferrule while others have an internal ferrule.Some old, small detail tools have neither bolster nor ferrule as their light use makes them unnecessary.

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