Category Archives: Crucible Tool

Make Your Own Curved Card Scraper

Note: Our Crucible card scrapers sold out in just a few hours. We’re in the process of making hundreds and hundreds more and hope to have them up for sale in a couple weeks. If you didn’t get a chance … Continue reading

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New Crucible Card Scraper for Flat & Curved Work

You can now purchase the Williams Welsh Card Scraper in the Crucible store. It is $20 plus shipping and is available for immediate shipment. The scraper is named after Chris Williams, a Welsh chairmaker who first showed us this shape … Continue reading

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How to Sharpen a Curved or Flat Scraper

Note: In the next day or two, we will release our new card scraper over at Crucible Tool. In preparation for the release, I am preparing a lot of instructional material, including a video and a photo tutorial of how … Continue reading

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Lump Hammers Back in Stock

We’ve just delivered a large batch of Crucible lump hammers to our Indiana warehouse and they are available for sale and immediate shipment. The price is $85 plus shipping. These hammer heads are milled out on a CNC, but everything … Continue reading

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Crucible Lump Hammers in Stock

We have a sizable load of Crucible lump hammers in stock and ready to deliver. They are $85 plus shipping. These hammers tend to sell quickly, so if you want one, don’t wait too long. We also have a big … Continue reading

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Sold Out of Hammers, Again

We sold out of our Crucible Lump Hammers within hours (again). Why don’t we take back orders? This entry explains why. — Christopher Schwarz

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Crucible Lump Hammers in Stock

We have a good-sized batch of Crucible Lump Hammers in stock and ready to ship. The hammers are $85 plus shipping, and (we think) they will become one of your favorite striking tools. These hammers are 100 percent made in … Continue reading

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