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Introducing Crown Hand Tools newest range of ultra high performance woodturning chisels. With a combination of innovative processes and materials, Crown have discovered a unique, razor sharp blade, saving you time sharpening and giving you more time turning.

Razor sharp woodturning chisels

Crown Razor Edge Chisels

Hand forged, tempered and ground by master craftsmen in Sheffield, quality is at the forefront of every stage of Crown’s manufacturing process. From design through to the finished product, never has it been more evident than with the M42 Razor Edge Woodturning Chisel range.

Crown have created a chisel which holds its edge for considerably longer, using the Cryogenic method of heating the steel. This sees the steel heated to an extremely high temperature and then rapidly cooled to -185°C.

Crown have combined this method with using M42 HSS steel; a material already known for its hardwearing properties. This has resulted in a chisel which holds its razor sharp edge for an extremely long time before it needs re-sharpening.

These tools will give you a lifetime of good service, allowing you to spend more time at the lathe, and less time at the sharpening station.

Matched with copper black handles for a distinct finish, they’re well balanced and comfortable in the hand making for an all round, high performing woodturning chisel to compliment any woodworker’s workshop.

Currently available in the Crown M42 Razor Edge Range are 3 bowl gouges – ¼”, ⅜” and ½”.  

Common uses of the M42 include twist drills, milling cutters, reamers, broaches, saws and thread rolling dies. Combine this with the already well-known and proven advantages of cryogenically treated steel and you will have a tool that will hold an edge far longer, even on tough and abrasive timbers.

A popular tool among customers,the Crown M42 Razor Edge chisels offers quality, durability and precision everytime.

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