Collective term for the materials, instruments and tools used for engraving and printing.
Hammer used to strike the heel of a sharp tool to drive it into wood.
Sharp U-shaped chisel used to remove areas to create large blank spaces.
Sharp V-shaped chisel used to dig deep angular grooves and to remove areas to create smaller blank spaces.
Sharp tool with a flat beveled blade used for engraving wood in the grain direction; it removes areas to create blank space around the figure and smoothes out the background.
Chisel with a beveled point used in engraving to achieve subtleties of line; it was once used on copper but is now used mainly on wood.
Tool used for engraving in the grain direction of the wood; it brings out the figure by means of incisions.