A woodworker`s and joiner's tool having a blade with a handle at each end, used to shave off surfaces, by drawing it toward one; a shave; -- called also drawshave, and drawing shave.
A tool used for the purpose of making an incision along the path a saw is to follow, to prevent it from tearing the surface of the wood.
see drawing knife.
a woodworker's knife to shave surfaces
a dandy tool for disemboweling yourself -- sort of instant hara-kiri -- but we both survived
The tool consisting of a sharp blade set between two handles. Users pull the blade toward their bodies along the log or timberâ€™s surface to peel bark or wood.
A chairmaker's cutting tool that consists of an essentially straight blade, usually 8 - 12 inches long, with perpendicular handles at each end. The cut in the wood is made by the carpenter pulling or drawing the knife in both hands towards himself.
Also called a drawshave, this blade that has a handle on each end, is used to trim, shape or smooth wood by being drawn horizontally, with both hands, across the work toward the user, thus shaving the wood.
A drawknife is a woodworking tool used to shape wood by removing shavings. It consists of a blade with a handle at each end. The blade is much longer (along the cutting edge) than it is deep (from cutting edge to back edge).