To begin with, both chisels and gouges are edge tools used for tang are more delicate tools and include paring chisels and carving gouges. If you need to cut flat and straight work, say to create an interlocking mortise and tenon joint, you would use a chisel. Whereas the gouge comes. Did a search here and there appears to be little on the topic of 'Firmer Chisels'. Japanese Woodworker says they are used by carpenters and.
Gouges may be ground and sharpened in the inside of the curve in which case they are known as Paring Gouges and can be used for taking. I'm no expert, but I believe incannel gouges are used when you need to do the equivalent of paring but with a curved profile. You want to keep. Every woodworker worth his sawdust is going to have a set of chisels of one sort or another and possibly one or two ordinary firmer or outcannel gouges.
Carving chisels: used for intricate designs and sculpting; cutting edges are many; such as gouge, skew, parting, straight, paring, and V-groove. Corner chisel. The paring gouges used in pattern making are ground or beveled on the inside, as shown in Fig. These gouges are made in regular, middle, and flat sweeps . These are sturdy firmer gouges with double-hooped hardwood handles, in the classic European style, suitable for use with a mallet. The blades are forged from .