|V-Edger cutting head scores the shallow original or master groove over the pencil line or scribed mark. This slotted cutter used in either direction removes wood fast. It deepens rows and produces a sharp row base after spacing is completed with S2- or S3- tool. Sets have the 90° tool. Available in 60° or 90°.
|2-Edge Spacer of 60° makes one new shallow row at a time on the pattern by placing one edge in a previously cut groove. After pattern is completed in both directions, forming flat diamonds, the V-Edger and Pointer 90° can be used to bring to points.
|2-Edge Spacer – One safe-edge guide follows the last row cut. Cutting edge makes a new 60° row. Cutter is reversible in the handle and works in a left or right direction across the pattern. Provides better spacing accuracy.
|3-Edge Spacer of 60° marks one or two rows at a time. The most accurate line spacing results from placing two edges in two previously cut grooves while cutting a new one. It is useful in equalizing row widths in the pattern.
|3-Edge Spacer – Two safe-edge guides follow the last two rows cut. Cutting edge makes a new 60° row. Cutter is reversible in the handle and works in either right or left direction. Best assurance of spacing accuracy.
|4-Edge Spacer of 60° marks two or three rows at a time. Saves time when laying our a large field pattern.
|Border-Vex cust a beaded border around the pattern and erases row cuts that overrun the border area. The 16 lpi set contains the BVXW (extra-wide) cutter; the 18 lpi set the BVW (wide) and the 20 lpi and finer size sets the BVN (narrow). 60°
|Border-Concave cuts a concave groove as a border and also erases some overrun cuts from the pattern. While not as attractive as the convex bead it is simple, functional and takes less time to cut.
|Jointer made of hi-carbon tool steel has slotted teeth and is for accurately laying out critical intersecting master lines. It is great for producing the correct angle of 60° and the shallow depth of cut so that the 2- or 3-Edge Spacer tool will fit groove precisely. The 90° Jointer is useful in sharpening the row base (apex) as the pattern is nearing completion.
|Skip-Check (dual) has slotted teeth for faster cutting action in both the right or left row direction when cutting a new row. With some care you can cut a new row without deepening the previously cut groove. The slight flat top teeth help prevent unwanted deepening. 60°
|Skip-Check (single) slotted toothe style skip-one-line produces rabbit-track (French) pattern and is made in 60° so that the work can be finished using other cutters in angle of choice. A smooth edge follows the last row while the other cuts the new groove. Cutter is reversible and cuts in let or right across pattern.
|Pointer-Long finishing type, fine cut is used to point the diamonds formed by the intersecting rows. The fine cut 90° is normally supplied in the Checkering Sets. Fine, Medium, 60° or 90°
|Pointer (short) file type, fine cut is used for short radius single-line bordered and deepening patterns with ornamented sections such as fleur-de-lis, darts, etc. The cutter is supplied in the shank for a pull-stroke motion cutting away from the border. 60° or 90°
|Veiner (chisel) has a short tool steel blade with palm fitting handle. It provides excellent control cutting action when held at a steep angle. Perfect for clean-up to borders as well as producing ornate single line borders. Made of hi-carbon tool steel, it will hold the sharp edge ground and honed ready for use. 60° or 90°