7-521

scriber 200 mm

  • for marking, scribing, scoring, engraving
  • needle Ø 2.5 mm
  • one side bent 90°
  • point angle is 15°
  • aluminum handle Ø 6 mm
  • finely milled for optimum grip
  • material aluminum/tool steel
  • needles hardened and burnished
  • length 200 mm
  • weight 26 g

Area of application

A scriber, marking needle or engraving needle is a tool made of steel, to mark a spot on a workpiece (tearing) and is usually used in the work preparation. For example, to mark dimension lines or drill holes, in all sorts of materials, steel, non-ferrous metals, wood or plastics. The front part of the scriber is hardened, which makes it particularly sharp and increases its service life. To get fine markings, the scriber on the hardened end is sharpened at an acute angle.


Technical description

BLADES INSTRUCTIONS: High humidity or touching the blades with your fingers (sweat) causes flash rust. Therefore, the blades should always be kept dry or rubbed with a drop of oil for storage. If such rust forms on the blade, it can be easily removed, with a slight ground.