Bridge City Scratch Awl

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Key Features

  • Point of hardened titanium for making clearly defined lines
  • Comfortable CNC-turned anodised aluminium grip
  • Perfect tool for marking dovetail tails
  • Use for marking drilling positions of screw starting
  • 200mm long
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The handles of these Bridge City scratch awls rest perfectly in the palm of your hand, and your index finger naturally extends down towards the point. In this position, you can put pressure onto the point with total control.

In addition to line layout, you can use a scratch awl for locating holes for brad point and Forstner drill bits as well as starting screws. These awls feature an improved point made of hardened titanium and a CNC-turned, anodised aluminium grip. The awl is 200mm in length.

Scratch awls are traditional tools used to scribe a line in timber, generally marking with the grain and occasionally across the grain. The line a scratch awl leaves is finer than a pencil mark in much the same way a marking knife leaves a finer line across the grain.

Cabinetmakers commonly use scratch awls to mark dovetail pins, the fine point giving easy access between the tails. Leather workers use scratch awls to trace patterns onto leather. They are sometimes used to scribe lines in sheet metal.

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