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Awls


Definition of Awls:
An awl is a sharp, pointed tool that is used for many applications. Most awls are made from hardened steel and have a wooden handle. The points and thickness of the shaft vary. Fine point awls are used for marking joinery while thicker ones are used to mark a point before drilling holes. The dimple makes a starter point for a drill bit to make a precise hole.


Deluxe Hobby Tool Set
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  • Contains knives, 20 assorted blades, an awl, a sander, a screwdriver, a saw, and an aluminum miter box.
  • It all comes in a wooden storage box with a snap-shut closure.


  • Available through Rockler.com

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