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Woodworking Tools Set Gold

Set of bevel edge chisels in canvas tool roll RICHTER

Cryogenic treatment


Right after initial hardening, cryogenic treatment cools the steel down to very low temperatures by using liquid nitrogen to as low as −190 °C. This completes transformation of austenite, which increases both the hardness and toughness of the steel.

The set contains:

  • 1/8 (3mm)

  • 1/4" (6mm)

  • 3/8" (10mm)

  • 1/2" (13mm)

  • 3/4" (19mm)

  • 1" (25mm)

Named after the Narex founder Mr. Vaclav Richter, these chisels represent the highest quality of Narex manufacturing processes combining unique materials, heat treatment and machining in order to produce the finest tool for woodworkers. Every chisel is marked by our trademark RICHTER EXTRA.


  • Blade forged from high quality Cr-V steel cryogenically treated and tempered to at least 62 HRc

  • ine ground and polished

  • Ultra-thin sides for reaching into tight spaces

  • Domestic ash hardwood

  • Sanded and polished

  • Solid stainless steel ferrule

  • Leather washer

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Luban No. 5 Bench Plane

The No. 5 is a jack plane that is perhaps the most used plane in any workshop. Known as the ‘jack of all trades’, it can be used to perform many tasks such as trimming, smoothing and flattening boards.  Its blade can be honed square for jointing (straightening) work on smaller work pieces or sharpened with a camber for smoothing and flattening stock.


This No 5 weighs 2.7 kg which is probably one of the heaviest in its class. Based on the Bedrock pattern, it is substantial, accurate, and a delight to work with. The blade is thick and made of high carbon steel blade which means you can get a sharp cutting edge with little effort.

The Luban Planes offer excellent quality and remarkable value.

Key features:

  • Size: L 345 mm x W 60 mm x H 135 mm

  • Precision ground body with remarkably flat sole and square wings

  • Blade material: T10 high carbon steel hardened to RC63

  • Blade width: 50 mm

  • Blade thickness: 3 mm

  • Blade bevel angle: 25 degrees

  • Iron bedded at 45 degrees

  • Handle material: Bubinga

  • Weight: 2.7 Kg

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Low Angle Block Plane

  • This finely crafted low angle block plane is designed for planing end grain with the lower 12 degree cutting angle allowing the blade to shear end-grain fibers more effectively.

  • The Luban Low Angle Block plane is moulded to fit comfortably in the palm of the hand and is a delight to use.

  • Minimal final honing is required prior to use.

Features Summary

  • Body material: Iron

  • Blade steel: T10

  • Hardness of blade: 59-63

  • Material of lever cap: Stainless steel or Bronze

  • Cutting edge: Honed to 25 degrees

  • Angle of blade to sole: 12 degrees

  • Weight: 800g

  • Size: 160mm L * 45mm W * 63mm H

Shoulder Plane

  • The Luban No 92 Shoulder Hand Plane is medium sized, ideal for working of tenon shoulders. The blade is set at a low angle so that it will shave end grain cleanly. It is also as wide as the tool itself which means it can clean corners perfectly and effortlessly.

  • The adjustment mechanism is precise and smooth making precise work easy. The tool is machined to perfection, is hefty in weight and a beauty to look at.

  • Key features

  • Size: L 177mm x W 20mm

  • Precision ground body with remarkably flat sole and sides

  • Blade material: T10 high carbon steel hardened to RC63

  • Blade width: 20 mm

  • Blade thickness: 3 mm

  • Blade bevel angle: 25 degrees

  • Iron bedded at 15 degrees

  • Weight: 955 gr


Spokeshaves are short-soled planes for working curved surfaces. The Luban Bronze Spokeshave is easy to adjust and a pleasure to use. Once you get the hang of it, smoothing with a spokeshave is both fast and efficient.

Key features

  • Size: L 265mm x W 50mm

  • Body material: Bronze

  • Handles: Bubinga

  • Blade steel: T10 high carbon steel hardened to RC63

  • Cutting edge: Honed to 25 degrees

  • Sole type: flat or curved

  • Weight: 480g

  • What is the Luban Bronze Spokeshave used for?

It is used for refining convex and concave surfaces after initial shaping with the bandsaw or coping saw. This is because the short planning surface makes spokeshaves easy to access such areas where a normal plane could never do. It is also often used to round square posts (i.e. to make round legs from square timber).

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Replaceable Blade Saw - Sakura Handle - Dozuki Saw 210mm

The narrow cutting width and smooth surface of the cross-section make it ideal for precision work such as braid work.

The blade of this precision saw is very delicate, so you can enjoy the best sharpness by pulling it straight without applying excessive force. (Pushing too hard or pulling at an angle may damage the blade.).

The blade is designed to be replaced with the back metal itself, so there is no risk of failure when replacing the blade.


Blade : High Carbon steel
Handle:Japanese Cherry (Beeswax finish)


Blade Thickness (mm) :0.2

Blade length(mm) :210

Cutting width (mm) :0.27

TPI :33.5

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Joiner Mallet

  • weight: 332g

  • Dimensions: 50 mm x 120 mm

  • Total length: 300 mm

  • Material: beech wood

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Precision Square

  • Precision Universal Square KINEX

  • 150x100 mm, DIN 875/1

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Steel Thin Ruler 500mm, laser marking

  • Steel Thin Ruler KINEX - 500mm laser

Digital Caliper Kinex Absolute Zero, 150/40 mm, DIN 862

Digital Caliper KINEX - ABSOLUTE ZERO 150mm, 0,01mm, Jaw Length 40mm, ABS, ORIGIN, PC mini USB, DIN 862. Siutable for calibration. Including a measurement report, accuracy 0,02mm.

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