Mikov Unhandled Dual Bevel Marking Knife Kit 0.100" Thick 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 was made by Mikov a world-class Czech knife maker. Mikov is currently the largest knife maker in the Czech Republic and has been making knives since 1794. Mikov makes a wide range of pocket, folding, fixed blade, hunting, sport, kitchen, and specialty knives. Mikov is best known for making high-quality everyday knives using premium materials for very affordable prices. This marking knife is no exception.
The blade is made from AISI 420 corrosion resistant stainless steel and hardened and tempered to HRC 57. This is the same steel used in many of Mikov’s kitchen knives and is designed to take and hold a keen edge and resist corrosion. The blade is 5-7/8 inches long, 1/2 inch wide and 0.100 inch thick. The blade has a dual-bevel spear point tip. The tip is ground to 55 degrees with a 25-degree grind on both bevels. The bevels are precision ground on CNC machines. The dual bevel will mark distinct lines on both the right and left side of a part or guide. It will leave crisp lines when marking with and against the grain and on end grain. The knife may require just a light stropping to remove a small wire edge to get it razor sharp and ready to use. The knife can be used either unhandled or wood scales can be attached to create a handle. If a handle is desired the kit comes 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 straight profile
Blade length 5-7/8”
Blade thickness: 0.060”
Blade width: 1/2”
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