Woodcarving 106 (LC)
259.00 kr inc. VAT
This is a real classic among experienced woodworkers worldwide. With a barrel-shaped oiled Scandinavian birch wood handle and an approximately 2.7 mm thick, tapered laminated carbon steel blade, you can take your creativity to new levels.
The item is expected back in stock in 2022.
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This is a real stalwart among experienced woodworkers worldwide. The unmatched toughness of the laminated carbon steel can withstand lateral bending and has a cutting resistance that optimises its carving properties. Easy to re-sharpen, you will experience enjoyable carving over and over again.
With a barrel-shaped oiled Scandinavian birch wood handle and an approximately 2.7 mm thick, tapered laminated carbon steel blade, you can take your creativity to new levels. The full rat-tail tang which runs the full length of the handle provides both strength and stability in every cut. The birch wood barrel-shaped handle gives you the option to shape it as you want it. The knife should always be in the polymer sheath when not in use, partly to minimise the risk of cutting injury but also to maintain sharpness. Laminated carbon steel will rust, so wipe and oil the blade after use. The classic laminated carbon steel woodcarving knives are appreciated by our greatest craftsmen Jögge “Surolle” Sundkvist & Beth Moen, as well as by generations of craftsmen with a love of carving.
Knife Series: Woodcarving Knife
Knife Type: Woodcarving Knife
Usage Area: Woodcarving
Blade Length: 82 mm
Blade Thickness: 2,7 mm
Knife Length: 190 mm
Total Length: 230 mm
Net Weight: 70,1 g
Steel Type: Laminated Carbon Steel
Blade Shape: Straight
Blunt Tip: No
Fire Steel Compatible: No
Flex Grade: Stiff
Serrated Edge: No
Serrated Spine: No
Handle Material: Linseed oiled birch
Handedness: Left Handed, Right Handed
Edge Protection: Polymer Sheath
Sheath Orientation: Left, Right
Fit for Children: No
We love differences
We are now strengthening the ties to nature and making sure to expand the variety of oiled birch used for the handle. They can thus be a little darker, lighter, clearer fiber directions or of another beautiful difference. This does not affect the quality in any way but rather gives the craft knives a more personal grip.
This knife with the straight laminate steel blades can sometimes be found to have a knotty or unfinished blade surface. It comes from the rollers in the rolling mill where the laminate steel is fused. Three layers of steel are worked together and under tremendous forces a knife blade is created with unmatched toughness and edge resistance. In other words, it is a trace of the solid craftsmanship that our craft knives undergo in manufacturing.