Japanese Two-Handed Chisel for Finishing Work - 24 mm

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Handmade Japanese forged chisel of the Tsukinomi type (突き鑿). Laminated two-layer blade with high hardness. The body created by blacksmith welding. Intended for finishing work, cleaning, and aligning cut joints. Blade width 24 mm. Made in Japan.

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The Tsukinomi type chisel is not intended for hammer blows, but is used for finishing work using both hands, cleaning, or aligning cut joints.

The blades of traditional Japanese Nomi chisels (鑿) are made by laminating two layers of steel. The edge is made of extremely hard carbon steel, which during manufacturing becomes a layer with a hardness of 62 Rc in classic Nomi chisels, up to 67 Rc in Japanese chisels with HSS blades, whereas classic European chisels only achieve a hardness of 58 to 60 Rc.

Handmade Nomi chisels are created using the blacksmith welding method, which was used worldwide before the advent of cheap mass-produced steel. Unfortunately, this once excellent technique is practically no longer used in chisel manufacturing outside Japan today.


Features of the Tsukinomi chisel

✅ Japanese Tsukinomi type chisel
✅ For finishing work
✅ Two-handed chisel
✅ Handmade
✅ Blade hardness 63 Rc
✅ Selected edge profile = less friction
✅ Handle made of red oak
✅ Made in Japan

The selected edge profile reduces the area that the chisel contacts the processed wood and decreases friction of the material. At the same time, the chisel is easier to sharpen and after resharpening, the blade maintains a straight shape. Sharpening these chisels is recommended using wet Japanese whetstones, which will reward you with excellent sharpness and edge durability for a long time.


Additional parameters

Category: Two-handed Carpentry Chisels
Blade profile: Flat
Blade width: 24 mm
Length: 370 mm
Diameter: 30 mm
Weight: 250 g
Handmade: Yes
Material: Carbon steel
Made in: Japan
Number in package: 1