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Veiners are narrow, deep gouges that are useful for lining in or simply creating lines as an alternative to a V tool.

Sharpening In this lesson I'll also show you how best to tackle the sharpening, which, because the profile is narrow and deep can be tricky.


| 25 September 2015 12:45

George - If you look here: Videos > Tools & Equipment > Winged Carving Tools, you'll see me talking about the advantages of having this profile for (only) some tools. It's about slicing the edge across the fibres making a cleaner cut on the side going against the grain in the curves.

| 22 September 2015 02:05

Please continue with the reason for sharpening with the forward leaning edges. I assume it would make for a slicing action to reduce crushing fiber when cutting across the grain.

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