Axminster Double Bevel Marking Knife
Axminster Double Bevel Marking Knife

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Axminster Double Bevel Marking Knife

Code: 950029

  • Excellent design, the ideal marking knife
  • Usable left- or right-handed, forwards or backwards
  • Spear shaped blade with double bevel
  • High-speed tool steel blade holds a good edge
  • Wooden handle with flats to stop the tool from rolling off the bench
  • Overall length 170mm, blade length 35mm
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This is an excellent design for any woodworker looking for the ideal marking knife. A knife line doesn't smudge and is far more precise being narrower than a pencil line. A great benefit is the cut line forms a register for a chisel or saw resulting in work that is more accurate. The 55° spear shaped blade with its double bevel means this knife is usable left- or right-handed, forwards or backwards whatever the situation dictates. The back of the blade is flat allowing the knife to run along a square’s blade or straight edge. The high-speed tool steel blade holds a good edge. The wooden handle lets you grip the knife like a pencil. Flats on the side stop the tool from rolling off the bench. The simple tool is very effective, overall length 170mm, blade length 35mm.

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Overall rating 2 out of 5 based on 1 review

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David North

14 August 2012

Not well made

This tool is quite poorly made, and not much cheaper than a Pfefil or similar. The back of the blade was not flat, which is essential due to how these knives are used - you can't have a back bevel. I had a lot of work to do before it was ready for use. The supplied plastic edge guard doesn't really fit, just falls off.

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