Shaving Horse (Schnitzelbank)
Used as a quick clamping device to hold staves.
Both curved and straight blade draw knives are used to shape the staves.
The croze is used to cut the croze (groove) into the inside of the assembled staves which will hold the bottom disc.
The planer is used to taper and miter the staves for a bucket or firkin. An inverted block plane with a mirror sharp blade works well.
The single handle scorp is used to reach into buckets to finish shaping the staves.