|Forum topic by handsawgeek||posted 02-13-2015 03:29 PM||1224 views||0 times favorited||3 replies|
02-13-2015 03:29 PM
The next project in the handsawgeek workshop is a piece of furniture (a long hall table) that I hope to embellish with some relief carving on the aprons.
Since this will be my first foray into carving, I thought it might be a good idea to get some basic carving tools.
As with everything else in my shop, funds are limited.
I would love to be able to spring for a basic set of high end Pfiel tools, but, well…you, know….budget concerns.
So instead, I have been looking over Woodcraft’s website and discovered they carry a full line of Ramelson tools.
As with most things in the tool world , I know that price tracks quality, so…
Are there any of you experienced carvers out there who have used Ramelson tools? If so, are they worth my time and money to purchase, considering I’m a raw beginner at carving?