Definition of Firmer chisel
1. Noun. A chisel with a thin blade for woodworking.
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Literary usage of Firmer chisel
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1. The Teacher's Hand-book of Slöjd: As Practised and Taught at Nääs by Otto Aron Salomon, Carl Nordendahl, Alfred Johansson (1904)
"The face side A. of the firmer chisel is perfectly flat. ... The firmer chisel is used in paring plane or convex surfaces ; in mortising, when it often does ..."
2. The Mechanic's Companion, Or, The Elements and Practice of Carpentry by Peter Nicholson (1842)
"The firmer chisel, PL. 13. FIG. 4. Is used both by carpenters and joiners in cutting away the superfluous wood by thin chips. ..."
3. Elementary Woodwork for Use in Manual Training Classes by Frank Henry Selden (1906)
"Chisels The common firmer chisel (Fig. 140), the bevel- backed firmer chisel (Fig. 141), and the heavy firmer chisel (Fig. 142) represent the general types ..."