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    Triangular File, 6 inch/8 inch/10 inch/12 inch

    6"/8"/10"/12" trangular metal file for options, second-cut pattern, three-tapered shape, superior high carbon steel, high hardness and long lasting, trangular file with ergonomic handle, comfortable grip and anti-slip, fast cutting yet low price, best hand file for shaping metal, wood, etc.
    SKU: T-FILE-T612
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    With the sizes 6", 8", 10" and 12" for choice, triangular file is made from hardened and durable steel and equipped with ergonomic soft plastic handle, suitable for metal, wood and other materials. Featuring three tapering edges, the triangular metal file is a best tool for hard-to-reach places to do the sharpening, polishing and deburring work.


    Model T-FILE-T06 T-FILE-T08 T-FILE-T10 T-FILE-T12
    Size 6 inch 8 inch 10 inch 12 inch
    Overall Length 265mm 315mm 365mm 415mm
    Overall Width 10mm 13mm 16mm 18mm
    Weight 114g 168g 270g 404g
    Material High Carbon Steel

    Note: The sizes are approximate.


    Metal File Tool Applications

    Tips: Classifications of files

    According to the applications, there are metal files, used for general filing processing; wood files or rasp, used for filing soft materials such as wood and leather; needle files, used for filing small and fine metal parts and often provided with various cross-sectional shapes in a set; special files, such as the riffler files, designed for filing glass, ceramics, metal, jade, etc.

    According to the cross-sectional shape, files are divided into Flat Files, Square Files, Half Round Files, Round Files, Triangular Files, Diamond Files, Knife Files, etc. Flat files are used to file flat, external and convex arc surfaces; square files are used to file square holes, rectangular holes and narrow flat surfaces; triangular files are used to file internal corners, triangular holes and flat surfaces; half round files are used to file concave arc surfaces and flat surfaces; round files are used to file round holes, concave arcs and ellipses with smaller radius.

    There are two types of files: single-cut files and double-cut files. The teeth of the single-grain file are inclined at an angle to the axis, which is suitable for processing soft non-ferrous metals. The teeth of the double-cut file come with a crossed arrangement, which is used for processing steel and non-ferrous metals. It can divide wide filings into many small sections, making filing more brisk.

    The files have different degree of roughness and fineness of the teeth of the file, and usually are divided into rough, coarse, bastard, second-cut, smooth, and dead smooth. The diamond file has no file teeth, but a layer of diamond powder is electroplated on the surface of the file to file hardened metal.

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    Silvia | 8/2/2021 2:46 AM
    Nice triangular file
    This is a fantastic 8 inch triangular file! I have used it to polish several different materials, including aluminum, and it retains a tough exterior and has not bent or wasted away. The size is perfect to get into small nooks and crannies etc. The triangular file held up incredibly well so far.