binangle chisel

bin·an·gle chis·el

a chisel with an angled shank to which a second angle is added to bring the cutting edge nearly in line with the axis of the handle so as to restore balance and to prevent it from turning about the axis; used when a chisel must be angled for access.

bin·an·gle chis·el

(bin-anggĕl chizĕl)
Chis-el with an angled shank to which a second angle is added to bring the cutting edge nearly in line with the axis of the handle so as to restore balance and to prevent it from turning about the axis; used when a chisel must be angled for access.
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