Flexcut Spoon Gouge 7/16"
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- 0.11 LBS
Spoon carving is an art form that requires precision and creativity. The use of a spoon gouge is essential when it comes to hollowing out areas on a relief carving or reaching deep into a large spoon or bowl.
The fixed handle palm tool coupled with the 7/16" spoon gouge (11mm) wide provides the long reach that is so advantageous in these situations. The addition of the Flexcut gouge to the carving tool kit has been a game-changer for many spoon carvers.
The flexible spring shank allows the tool to conform to the contours of the project's surface, offering maximum control over every cut. The wide variety of shapes this tool can attain adds even more flexibility and versatility to this already diverse art form.
If you're looking for a reliable and durable spoon gouge, the Flexcut 7/16" Spoon Gouge might just be the perfect tool for you. Made in the USA and crafted with high carbon steel, its razor-sharp edges and contoured ash handle make this gouge a top choice for woodworking enthusiasts.
With a Rockwell hardness of 59-61, this gouge is built to last and provides a smooth and efficient 7/16" spoon cutting experience. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced woodworker, the Flexcut Spoon Gouge will help you achieve precise and professional results every time.
Flexcut 7/16" Spoon Gouge Specifications
- Made with High Carbon Steel.
- Ash contoured handle.
- Razor Sharp.
- Made in the USA.
- Rockwell hardness of 59-61.
- 7/16" spoon cutting.
Your Flexcut Chisel Carving Tools are pre-sharpened at the factory to a highly polished razor's edge. This creates an efficient, long-lasting cutting tool. The more polished the edge, the sharper it is and the longer it will stay sharp. Keeping your tools sharp requires some routine maintenance.
When it comes to carving, having the right tools can make all the difference in your final product. That's why it's important to have a strop and sharpening compound on hand to maintain the sharpness of your carving gouge. And if you're unsure of what angle to sharpen it at, no need to fret, it's 15° - the same angle it's pre-sharpened at.
But let's not forget about safety, a carving glove or finger tape can protect your digits while sharpening. With these tools and safety measures in place, you can rest assured that your carving projects will be a success.