Leathercraft Leather Skiving Trimming Cutting Tool 125mm Round Head Knife, with Wooden Handle, for Leatherworking
This leather trimming knife has a semicircular blade that can be used for skiving, cutting thick or multi-layered leather, as well as making curved cuts.
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This leathercraft knife has a semicircular blade, useful for skiving, trimming, and cutting leather. This tool's blade is made from durable steel, polished to a mirror shine, and is attached to an ergonomic handle, for a comfortable grip and better control during use. The round-shaped blade allows you to produce different kinds of cuts including curved and straight cuts, as well as skiving and chamfering the edges of your leather.
Use this tool to reduce the thickness of your leather, trim edges, and cut thick or multi-layered work. This versatile tool is a great addition to your leathercraft tools with its multi-purpose use at an affordable price.
Approximate dimensions & product data:
- Blade material: SKD11 tool steel
- Blade width: 125mm
- Handle length: 100mm
- Total length: 153mm
- Weight: 134g
For cutting in straight lines, place the leather on a cutting board. Hold the tool firmly and place the blade against the leather with the point of the blade into the cutting board. Push the knife forward, cutting through leather and slightly into the board. For a more slicing action, slightly roll the blade forward as you cut. When cutting curves, place the blade the same as making straight cuts and turn the leather as needed to facilitate cutting. The more the knife is tilted back, the smaller the curve it cuts.
For skiving, place the leather flesh side up on a hard, smooth surface such as marble and hold the knife at an angle. Start skiving on the edge of the leather, with the edge of the blade against the skiving surface. Apply firm pressure with the blade against the skiving surface, and move the knife forward to cut.
Caution: Always push the knife with the blade facing away from you. Never pull or point the blade towards you while cutting, and ensure no body parts (e.g., fingers, hands, etc.) are in the way of the blade while you are cutting. Loss of control of the blade in such instances may result in serious injury.
|Model||1411 5 INCHES|
|Net weight||134 g|