Yet another hack :
I hijacked a nice oyster knife I found by chance in a store to make a wood scriber for a right handed woodworker.
I simply reground the stainless steel blade to make it sharp, and single edge, in order to be able to follow a ruler or a square for instance.
Here are the anthropometric pictures :
On the following picture, you can see I left the left side flat.
Notice the little bee, this cheap oyster knife was probably a Chinese forgery of a famous French knife trademark (Laguiole)
Example, with a square, scribing the edges of a tenon on endgrain ...
Hi , sorry, probably a bad translation from French,
you know, this kind of photos, with face, profile, ...
It is what the three first photos reminded me, but it's a bad joke...
sorry about that.
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