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HAND TOOLS

SHOP THE SAME TOOLS THAT I TRUST EVERYDAY


HAND TOOLS

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COPING SAW

Blue Spruce Toolworks is very excited to offer the Ultimate Coping Saw! This saw raises saw design and performance to a whole new level.

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Hand Saw

Each plate is cut from coiled 1095 spring steel, ground perfectly flat (or taper ground for panel saws), toothed, hand sharpened, and hammer set.

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MALLET

Some woodworkers prefer a traditional Joiner's mallet style with angled square faces over the round carver's mallet style.

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Joinery Knife

Bloodwood is a very dense hardwood that has a beautiful deep rosewood color. This knife is absolutely gorgeous.

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Carving Knife

Generations of carpenters and wood carvers have appreciated the precision tools made by Morakniv in Mora, Sweden since 1891.

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Carving Hatchet

The distinguishing feature of the Gränsfors Hand Hatchet is its short handle relative to the size of its head.

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Smooth Plane

This is the standard-size smoothing plane. After other planes have done the prep work, it will take the finest shavings from the most difficult woods.

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Jointer Plane

The longest and heaviest of the bench planes, the No. 8 will flatten and true like no other. It is capable of perfect flatness of large areas.

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Jack Plane

Patterned after the Stanley No. 62, the Low Angle Jack Plane is one of our most versatile and outstanding planes.

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Block Plane

Based on the Stanley No. 60½, this versatile plane is useful for every sort of woodworking job and a pleasure to use.

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Socket Chisel

Lie-Nielsen Chisels are based on the Stanley 750 Bevel Edge Socket Chisels. Comfortable in the hand and with excellent balance.

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BUTT CHISEL

Blue Spruce Butt Chisels are some of the finest quality chisels available today. They are ideal for woodworkers who like to work close to their work.

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Cabinet Rasp

Auriou Cabinet Makers Rasps - Right handed models fitted with Walnut handles. The rasps are used in a natural skew action - like a hand plane.

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Needle Rasps

Professional grade tools, that remove material quickly with minimal effort. Definitely worth the extra money

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Marking Gauge

Cocobolo is a dense hardwood found primarily in Central America. It ranges in color from reddish-brown to orange.

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Panel Gauge

The Hamilton Panel Gauge is not only a beautifully constructed panel gauge, it is also a must in the shop.

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Router Plane

Router Planes are essential for any work that requires precise depth cuts, such as mortises, tenons, hinge gains, inlay, door locks, and the like.

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Dovetail Marker

The Saddle-Tail-2 is still a premium layout tool being both a dovetail marker and saddle square, but is more economically priced. 

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Bent Gouge

Specially forged for Woodcraft, this intermediate size, professional style tool is 2" shorter for easier control and greater responsiveness.

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Spoke Shave

Spokeshaves are used to shape and smooth chair legs, wheel spokes and rods of all sorts. Made from robust casting of ductile iron

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Sandpaper Dispenser

Great for sanding on the lathe, plus can be used for any other woodworking project that requires a small piece of sandpaper.

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Carving Vise

Heavy cast iron vise body swivels 360 degrees. Jaws are 4-7/8" wide with maximum opening 6". Both jaws swivel to clamp virtually any shape.

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Honing Guide

Lie-Nielsen’s version of the side clamping style of honing guide is solidly machined from Stainless Steel, with a Bronze bearing.

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Waterstone

I recommend using waterstones for your day to day sharpening and these Ohishi Waterstones are the best I've come across.

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Steel Rule

The perfect tool to use for David Charlesworth's ruler trick. Great for measuring the depth of dadoes and other small shop measurements.

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Shop Aprons

The durable material moves freely with your body, held in place with leather straps that cross over the shoulders, eliminating the neck fatigue.