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M A T E R I A L S & E Q U I P M E N T for woodcarving include the Arbortech, and varlous designs made by K~ngArthur's Tools. There are several possible designs. The cuttmng dlsc may be sol~d,with saw teeth or replaceable tungsten carb~de teeth around the edge, as m the Arbortech; or the des~gnmay conslst of a loose ring of chamsaw teeth around a steel centre, as m the King Arthur's tools. Some small curtlng d~scscan be fitted to h~ghspeed flex~bleshafts. Arbortech also produce a very useful smaller version of their disc, as a 'MmiGrinder', which I will also look at.
The lenguhs of these tools vary between 6in and 12in (10 and 300mm), but the curs all tend to be similar - that is, medlum. 38). The two ends may be different ot the same. Ihfferent manufacturers will have their own ~deaof what is most useful, or maketable. Possibly relating to the Old French n$m, meaning 'to scratch, sti~por plunder', thts bunch of as8orted raqps can fin~shoff comers and awkward ateas which are inaccessible to carving rools. They can perform particularly useful functions in undercut and p~ereedwork.
The surface may still need final grounding wmth flat (no. 3) gouges or scrapers to remove any tears left by the routmng. 52 A round-faced spokeshave (top) and two flatfaced ones. The s m d brass carvmg planes m the foreground have ~mtlaruses 22 c ACCESSORY TOOLS OTHER TOOLS The usual array of carpenters' tools includes hammers, screwdrivers, brace and bits, wheel brace (hand drill) and so on - all generally useful to a carver undertaking a variety of work. Although power drills have generally replaced the wheel brace, for example, it is sometimes simpler to pick up the hand tool from the side of the bench.