The Flexcut radius knife has a sturdy curved blade, making it excellent for heavier cuts but with a rolling action that permits great precision in use. The ash handle is sculpted to give a very confortable fit in the hand, reducing the fatigue which can arise during long periods of whittling. The blades of Flexcut knives are made from very durable and slightly flexible spring steel, holding a good edge and being resistant to chipping.
Made in the USA, the Flexcut range of woodcarving tools are amongst the best money can buy. Their innovative design and style have become much loved amongst the carving community, and with good reason.
Designed with an intimate knowledge of woodcarving itself, this new innovation has grown in popularity and variety. Beginning with only 4 different tool profiles, Flexcut now produces and distributes over 300 products developed for the woodcarving market.
Flexcut's unwavering commitment to customer service, continuous improvement, and innovation ensures delivery of products that utilize cutting edge technology and are consistently superior in quality.
At Flexcut, we continue to add state-of-the-art equipment and procedures that enable us to concentrate on the details that result in the manufacturing and on-time delivery of user-friendly products.
Flexcut Tool Company, Inc. was founded in 1986, under the name of Falls Run Woodcarving, primarily as a custom carving shop and woodcarving school. In 1992, Flexcut began manufacturing a new breed of woodcarving tools to address the needs of the modern hobbyist and professional.
Carving tool design had not changed much since the industrial revolution, although the people practicing woodcarving did.
Over the last few years, we have introduced "The Carvin' Jack Collection" - folding jackknives designed for woodcarving, new specialty knives, sharpening products and a line of Micro Tools.
With more new products being planned for design and manufacture, our customers have come to expect the most innovative products made by the most skilled craftsmen.