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Draw a Continuous Line LMB drag. So you can draw a free-hand line over a surface, points will be created at edge intersections. Close Loop double-click LMB. This is a quick way to close the loop you are currently cutting. Begins a new cut. This allows you to define multiple distinct cut lines. On day 69 of the #BRNLY365 series, the M69 custom knife was created. It was renamed the Sketch™ for the CRKT® production version. The stainless steel handle pops with a green anodized back spacer and pivot ring. The blade deploys with a thumb slot to make scraping gaskets, cutting insulation, or working at the bench a breeze. The drawknife is used in many woodworking crafts. It has several names: (drawing knife, draw shave, shaving knife) The drawknife is intended for wood processing: removal of bark, excess wood, rounding of blanks or chamfering. During carpentry, the workpiece is clamped in a workbench and, with the.

The knife has a distinct recurve in its blade. It serves multiple purposes as a melee weapon and also as a regular cutting tool throughout most of South Asia. The blade has traditionally served the role of a basic utility knife for the Gurkhas. The kukri is the national weapon of Nepal, and consequently is a characteristic weapon of the.

The Knife tool can be used to interactively subdivide (cut up)geometry by drawing lines or closed loops to create holes.

Usage¶

When using Knife, the cursor changes to an icon of a scalpeland the header changes to display options for the tool.You can draw connected straight lines by clicking LMB,marked with small green squares. Red squares are already defined cuts.Surrounding red squares mean that there is a cut already in that position,so no additional vertex will be created (besides the first one).

Knife cut active.

Tool Settings¶

Occlude Geometry

Only cut geometry visible on screen.

Only Selected Shift-K

Only cuts through selected geometry.

Controls¶

Confirm LMB or Return

Confirms the cut.Return will leave selected every edge except the new edges created from the cut.

Cancel

Cancels the tool.

Draw a Continuous Line LMB drag.

So you can draw a free-hand line over a surface,points will be created at edge intersections.

Close Loop double-click LMB

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This is a quick way to close the loop you are currently cutting.

New Cut E

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Begins a new cut. This allows you to define multiple distinct cut lines.If multiple cuts have been defined, they are recognized as new snapping points.

Result of starting new cuts while in the tool.

Midpoint Snap Ctrl

Hold to snap the cursor to the midpoint of edges,meaning that all cuts will be performed at the exact center of each cut edge.

Ignore Snap Shift

Hold to make the tool ignore snapping,unlike the default where mouse cursor snaps to near edges.

Cut Through: Z

Allow the Cut tool to cut through to obscured faces, instead of only the visible ones.

Angle Constrain C

Constrains the cut to 45 degree increments.

Result of constraining cut angle.

Known Limitations¶

Duplicate Vertices¶

If you experience problems where duplicate vertices are being created by cuts,this is often caused by too large a near/far clipping range.

Try increasing the Clip Start to avoid this problem,see Depth Troubleshooting for details.

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Unconnected Cuts¶

Cuts that begin or end in the middle of a face, will be ignored. Disable adobe genuine software integrity service 2019.

This is constrained by the kinds of geometry Blender can represent.

Traditional draw knife

A drawknife (drawing knife, draw shave, shaving knife)[1] is a traditional woodworkinghand tool used to shape wood by removing shavings. It consists of a blade with a handle at each end. The blade is much longer (along the cutting edge) than it is deep (from cutting edge to back edge). It is pulled or 'drawn' (hence the name) toward the user.

The drawknife in the illustration has a blade 23 centimetres (9.1 in) although much shorter drawknives are also made. The blade is sharpened to a chiselbevel. Traditionally, it is a rounded, smooth bevel. The handles can be below the level of the blade (as in the illustration) or at the same level.[2]

Purpose[edit]

Using a drawknife in making a flatbow

A drawknife is commonly used to remove large slices of wood for flat faceted work, to debark trees, or to create roughly rounded or cylindrical billets for further work on a lathe, or it can shave like a spokeshaveplane, where finer finishing is less of concern than a rapid result. The thin blade lends itself to create complex concave or convex curves.

Unlike a spokeshave, it does not have a closed mouth to control chip formation, and so lacks the spokeshave's superior cutting and shaving precision.[2][3]

They are also a vital piece of equipment in hand-made cricket bats, being used to shape the curve of the bat.

Operation[edit]

The drawknife ideally is used when the operator is in a seated position astride a traditional shaving horse, which safely grips the working stock, and they can also use their legs for additional pulling power.The ideal working stock has the grain of the wood running parallel to the shaving horse, and perpendicular to the blade of the drawknife, so that the drawknife shaves away the entire wood fibre and does not cut against it.[2] It is best not pulled with blade perfectly perpendicular to the wood stock, but pulled slightly upward toward them in a skewed (blade at a slight diagonal) or slithering fashion, aiming not to take off as much wood as possible, but gradually 'shave' the work. The operator gently levers the blade to 'bite' into the wood and then controls the depth of the cut by raising or lowering the handles as they pull the drawknife towards them.[2][4]

Draw shaves are often used with shaving horses.
Use of a drawknife and shaving horse from De Re Metallica, a sixteenth-century work on mine technology

Straight cuts[edit]

One works from the centre of the piece to the end, not the entire length all at once. The operator then reverses the piece in the shaving horse or vise and works from near centre to trim the 'fatter' end to match the centre and just finished original 'skinny' end. Final work can be done by spokeshave, sanding block or lathe.[4]

  • When operated conventionally, that is blade bevel-side upward the drawknife takes deeper cuts and some novices may find it has a tendency to 'dive' (cut unintentionally deep).
  • When operated bevel-side down there is the advantage of removing less stock, but the blade dulls more rapidly, requiring frequent honing.

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Convex[edit]

The operator applies little leverage from centre and most leverage, so the blade 'bites' deeper, thus removing more wood as they approach the end grain.[4]

Concave[edit]

The operator applies minimal, then most, then least force on the handles from centre toward the end grain. The work stock is reversed and same method repeated this time commencing a tiny distance away from centre so as to leave a coarse raised section. The coarse raised section where the two concave curves meet can be finished with a rasp, file, spokeshave or other tool.[5]

Splitting[edit]

For very rapid and rough removal of stock, the blade is drawn toward the user and rapidly levered into the wood to make as deep a cut as possible. The operator immediately stops pulling, and uses the drawknife blade to lever upward so as to 'flick' the splinter or splice out of the worked piece. This technique is advanced and may damage the worked piece and drawknife blade if due care is not observed.[4]

Traditionally, the waste shavings, which are particularly durable, are used for basket weaving or for kindling. They also make excellent compost and plant bed material.

Large drawknives can be used to dress logs, and small sizes for carving and shaving. A common use of a drawknife is to create a roughly cylindrical billet of wood for turning on a pole lathe.

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Similar tools[edit]

A pushknife is a similar tool, used by pushing, rather than pulling.[6]

An inshave is a similar tool with a blade curved out to the side between the two handles. It is used to shave wood to form a hollowed out surface, such as the top of a chair seat. It is also called a scorp. There are also versions with a single handle.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  1. ^Davies, Nikolas, and Erkki Jokiniemi. 'drawing knife', Architect's Illustrated Pocket Dictionary. Oxford: Architectural, 2011. 154. Print.
  2. ^ abcdAmerican Woodworker May–June 1990, No 14. ISSN1074-9152 72 pages pp:39
  3. ^Underhill, Roy. The Woodwright's Shop: a Practical Guide to Traditional Woodcraft, University of North Carolina Press: 1981, ISBN0-8078-4082-3, 202 pages, pp. 39-40 [1]
  4. ^ abcdAmerican Woodworker Dec 1995: No.49, New Track Media, ISSN1074-9152 pp: 43–45.[2]
  5. ^American Woodworker Dec 1995: No.49, New Track Media, ISSN1074-9152, pp: 43–45.[3]
  6. ^'Swedish Push Knife'.

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