Wood Chisel 3/4″ (12 pieces)

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A wood chisel is a hand tool with a sharp cutting edge at the end of a metal blade, typically made of high-carbon steel, attached to a handle. It is designed for shaping, carving, and cutting wood by hand, and is commonly used in woodworking to remove excess material, create intricate details, or make precise cuts in various woodworking projects. The blade of a wood chisel can come in various shapes and sizes, each serving specific purposes in the craft of woodworking.

1. Chrome vanadium steel #60
2. Heat treated with anti-rusted oil
3. PP handle
4 Packed by blister card

KSh 7,700.00 KSh 8,200.00


Wood chisel uses

  1. Shaping and Carving: Chisels are essential for shaping and carving wood. Woodworkers use chisels to create intricate details, patterns, and decorative elements on wooden surfaces.
  2. Mortise and Tenon Joints: Chisels are often employed in the creation of mortise and tenon joints, a common woodworking joint. They help in removing excess wood to create precise and snug-fitting joints.
  3. Removing Waste Material: Chisels are used to remove waste material or excess wood from a workpiece. This is particularly important in fine woodworking, where precision and accuracy are crucial.
  4. Cleaning and Smoothing: Chisels can be used to clean up joints, remove rough spots, or smooth out surfaces. They are effective for refining the finish of a piece and achieving a polished look.
  5. Notching and Dovetailing: Chisels are essential for creating notches and dovetail joints, both of which are commonly used in woodworking for joining pieces of wood together.
  6. Scribing and Marking: Woodworkers use chisels for scribing lines and making accurate markings on wood. This helps ensure precise cuts and shapes during the woodworking process.
  7. Door and Hinge Fitting: Chisels are often used to create recesses for hinges and other hardware in doors and frames. This ensures a proper fit and alignment of the components.
  8. Restoration Work: Chisels are employed in the restoration of antique furniture or wooden structures. They help in removing damaged or deteriorated wood and preparing the surface for repairs.
  9. Customization: Woodworkers use chisels for customizing and personalizing their projects, creating unique designs, and adding individual touches to their creations.
  10. Scraping and Cleaning Glue Joints: Chisels can be used to carefully scrape off excess glue from joints, ensuring a clean and tight bond.
SKU: AHS48426-3 Categories: ,



Safety measures and precautions

  1. Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Safety Glasses: Protect your eyes from flying wood chips, dust, or any debris.
    • Hearing Protection: If you’re using a mallet or hammer to strike the chisel, consider wearing ear protection to reduce noise exposure.
  2. Select the Right Chisel for the Job:
    • Ensure that you use the appropriate type and size of chisel for your specific woodworking task.
  3. Keep Tools Sharp:
    • A sharp chisel is safer and more effective. Regularly sharpen the chisel using appropriate sharpening tools.
  4. Secure the Workpiece:
    • Use clamps or other securing methods to stabilize the workpiece. This helps prevent it from moving unexpectedly and causing accidents.
  5. Maintain a Stable Work Surface:
    • Work on a stable and flat surface to ensure better control of the chisel.
  6. Use a Proper Grip:
    • Hold the chisel with a firm grip, keeping your hand away from the cutting edge. Use a two-handed grip for better control.
  7. Avoid Overreaching:
    • Position yourself comfortably to avoid overreaching or awkward postures, which can lead to loss of control.
  8. Work in a Well-lit Area:
    • Ensure proper lighting to see the workpiece and cutting area clearly, reducing the risk of accidents.
  9. Mind the Direction of Force:
    • Be aware of the direction in which force is applied. Keep your body and hands clear of the cutting path to avoid injuries.
  10. Use a Mallet Safely:
    • If using a mallet or hammer with the chisel, strike the chisel squarely and avoid glancing blows. This prevents the chisel from slipping and causing accidents.
  11. Pay Attention to Grain Direction:
    • Work in the direction of the wood grain to prevent the chisel from catching and causing splinters.
  12. Store Chisels Properly:
    • When not in use, store chisels in a designated location, such as a tool rack or toolbox, to prevent accidents and maintain their sharpness.
  13. Keep the Workplace Clean:
    • Clear away debris, wood chips, and other obstacles regularly to maintain a safe working environment.
  14. Educate Yourself:
    • Understand the proper techniques for using chisels and seek guidance if you are unfamiliar with certain tasks.

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