Narex Unhandled Dual Bevel Marking Knife Kit with Finger Indents Stainless Steel Blade
A marking knife is an invaluable tool that should be in the toolbox of every woodworker. A good marking knife can produce crisp and well-defined marks on wood essential when laying out precision joinery or transferring measurements. Scribe lines left by a marking knife can also locate and guide chisels and saws. This Dual Bevel Spear Point marking knife is made by Narex, a world-class edge tool manufacturer in the Czech Republic.
These blades are made from AISI 420 corrosion resistant stainless steel and hardened and tempered to HRC 57. The blades are 1-7/8 inches long, 1/2 inch wide and come in 3 thicknesses, 0.030", 0.060" and 0.100 inch thick. Blades have a dual-bevel spear point tip. The tips are ground to 55 degrees with a 25-degree grind on both bevels. The bevels are precision ground on CNC machines. The laser cut finger indents are useful for applying pressure closer to the tip.The blades are the perfect tool to make marks in narrow recesses such as when transferring pins/tails marks during dovetailing. The dual bevels will mark distinct lines on both the right and left side of a part or guide. They will leave crisp lines when marking with and against the grain and on end grain. These knives may require just a light stropping to remove a small wire edge to get them razor sharp and ready to use. heses knives can be used either unhandled or wood scales can be attached to create a handle. If a handle is desired the kits come with 2 brass pins to affix scales to the blade.
Blade material: AISI 420 corrosion resistant stainless steel hardened HRC 57
Blade profile: standard thickness with finger indents
Blade length 5-7/8”
Blade thickness: 0.030", 0.060" and 0.100”
Blade width: 1/2”
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