Michihamono 1.5mm Japanese Micro Straight Woodcarving Tool Round Edge Left Skew Wood Carving Flat Chisel, to Carve Details in Woodworking
With its 1.5mm skewed cutting edge, this woodcarving tool is ideal for getting into tight areas and carving intricate details in your wood.
Manufactured by Michihamono, of Japan, this 1.5mm skew corner chisel is made from high-speed steel, which is a high-alloy tool steel with high hardness and high wear resistance, perfect for wood carving. This skew chisel is guaranteed to arrive at your door razor-sharp and can be resharpened easily when the blade gets dull, providing you many years of service. This tool has a durable handle made from Japanese cherry blossom wood that holds the tang securely, as well as providing a nice grip and makes the tool easy to hold.
This tool features a skewed 1.5mm broad rounded cutting edge for producing small details and finishing hard-to-reach places like curved edges and corners. This sharp blade is angled, meaning the user can carve in different ways to create wood designs. This tool comes in various blade sizes (each sold separately) and is an excellent addition to any wood carver's toolbox! Quality made in Japan.
Approximate Dimensions & Product Data:
- Blade Material: High-Speed Steel
- Blade Width: 1.5mm
- Handle Material: Cherry Blossom Wood
- Handle Length: 180mm
Please note: The blade edge is sharp, keep out of the reach of children. Store without the blade contacting any hard surface to avoid dulling the cutting edge.
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Please keep in mind that this quality wood carving tool features an extremely fine, detailed blade that should only be handled with great caution. Please follow the guidelines below to avoid breaking or bending the blade.
- This tool should not be struck with any object, such as a mallet when cutting wood,
- Do not attempt to remove large amounts of wood per stroke. Trim or shave only a small amount of wood from your project at a time using multiple small strokes,
- Do not use this tool to penetrate the wood any more than the thickness of the blade,
- Never use the blade of this tool as a lever to remove wood,
- Cutting strokes should be only vertical (i.e., up or down), with minimal pressure applied,
- Horizontal shearing force, in any axis, should never be applied.