Glen-Drake Catalog Orders

This page provides a general description of our tools.
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Tite-Mark(tm) Marking Gauges

Designed to be used with one hand, the Tite-Mark is a precision marking gauge with a unique micro-adjustable head that gives you precise, repeatable settings for perfect lines every time.


Tite-Hammers, the newest hammers from Glen-Drake Toolworks, are great for carving and other close work. These little energy-savers are a unique blend of hammer and mallet.

Right and Left-Handed Plane-Adjusting Hammers

Our hardened steel plane-adjusting hammers have one face domed for plane adjusting, and one face ground to a shape that fits the breaker screw. And what a difference a tool that actually fits the breaker screw makes!

Right and Left-Handed Chisel Hammers

Our chisel hammers are milled from solid brass billets, have one face domed and one face flat. The domed face transfers the blow directly to the cutting edge without pushing your chisel to one side or the other.


The Kerf-Starter looks like a knife but works like a scraper. It removes a shaving, leaving a kerf that captures your saw. Use it for laying out dovetails and other joinery.

Scraper File-Burnisher

The Scraper File-Burnisher is a very fine file on one side and a burnisher on the other side and both edges. It is ideal for adding the hook-burr to your Kerf-Starters and for the final filing and burnishing of your card and other scrapers.

Offset Gauge

The Offset Gauge is a set of 35 leaves (.015″ to .035″) in a brass holder. It is designed to be used when you are laying out one piece from another, and you want to offset the already-cut piece to keep your layout lines in the waste. It is especially useful in conjunction with our Kerf-Starter.

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