Blue Steel Marking Knife - 5/8"
Woodworkers use marking knives because a knife line is narrower and more precise than that made by a pencil. In addition, a knife scores the wood, which eliminates any chance of splintering when the joint is cut. A marking knife is sharpened with a single bevel, and in use, the flat...
The blade is hand forged by Master Blacksmith Ikeuchi from a lamination of blue steel and soft steel. Each blade is individually hardened to Rockwell 64 and comes well sharpened. The length is 7-1/4" and the width is 5/8".
- Gives precise marks
- Can be used left or right handed
- Perfect size for detail work
- Comes sharpened
- Blades Length: 7-1/4"
- Blade Width: 5/8"
- Material: Steel
- (1) Blue Steel Marking Knife - 5/8"
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Woodworking comes in all shapes, sizes and varieties. But no matter what your woodworking passion might be, eventually you’re going to need to join together two pieces of wood. And that opens up a world of joinery options.
Whatever method you choose, the question is—do you make your
joinery by hand or by machine? Here’s what our experts had to say…
Great marking knife
I have other brands, but this is my go-to marking knife. Super sharp and holds its edge extremely well.
Don't Like it
If I had to make the purchase again, I would pass on this marking knife. It's thicker at the tip than is handy and the very end of the tip broke off with normal use.