Designed for use in a hand brace, our pro reamer offers excellent control and good cutting capability for general woodworking. It is particularly useful for tapering through holes where you want to be able to wedge tenons, such as in chair construction.
This reamer has a cast steel alloy body, a separate spring-steel blade, and a pair of blade-adjusting set screws.
When reaming out an existing hole (7/16" to 1 3/16" in diameter), the depth can be adjusted for working soft or hard woods and the angle can be adjusted for tenon/socket fit. The body has an included angle of 12.8° to match the tenons from our Veritas Tapered Tenon Cutters when making chair-leg socket joints.
5 5/8" long overall, with a tapered square shank for use in a two-jaw hand brace. Weighs about 8 oz. Blade is easy to sharpen.
Made in Canada.