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Definition of Bevel:
A bevel is a sloping edge or surface that is applied to a piece of wood stock or a tool. On a piece of wood a bevel is very similar to a chamfer while on a tool like a chisel a bevel is used to refer to the curved hollow profile left by the round grinding wheel when sharpened on a bench grinder.


Skewed-Bevel Chisels
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  • Designed for a slicing action for the precise paring of a joint, and for cleaning out detailed finish work where regular bench chisels can't reach.
  • Great for cleaning up fine joinery. Made of quality Sheffield steel. Both chisels are 1/2''


  • Available through Rockler.com

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