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    Wood Rasp, 4 inch/6 inch/8 inch/10 inch/12 inch

    Buy golden wood rasp file in bulk at best price. With 4-in, 6-in, 8-in, 10-in and 12-in sizes for options, the bastard cut rasp features hardened carbon steel, ergonomic non-slip handle and precise & uniform teeth, providing wear resistance, comfortable use and fast cutting, ideal for woodworking to file soft or hard wood.
    SKU: T-FILE-WR412
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    Best price golden wood rasp for wholesale. The rasps tool for woodworking are selectable in sizes 4 inch, 6 inch, 8 inch, 10 inch and 12 inch. Constructed with superior carbon steel, it provides extra strength and hardness, durable and wear-resistant. With ergonomic non-slip handle, it give you comfortable use feeling for long working. With precise and uniform bastard cutting teeth, the rasps are suitable for filing, sharpening and polishing all kinds of soft and hard wood or plastics.


    Rasp Size 4 inch 6 inch 8 inch 10 inch 12 inch
    Overall Length 215mm 260mm 310mm 360mm 410mm
    Rasp Length 82mm 130mm 170mm 215mm 260mm
    Rasp Width 20mm 22mm 22mm 28mm 28mm
    Handle Length 110mm 110mm 110mm 110mm 110mm
    Weight 80g 105g 113g 187g 226g
    Material Carbon Steel

    Note: The sizes are approximate.

    Dimension Drawing

    4 inch to 12 inch Wood Rasp Sizes
    4 inch to 12 inch Wood Rasp Usage

    Tips: What should pay attention to when using the files?

    1. The file can only be cut by applying force when moving forward. When returning, the file cannot be applied force or used for cutting, otherwise it will easily cause premature wear of the file.

    2. When filing, the total force applied on the file should not be too large, because the filing debris storage space is limited between the teeth, and too much force can only accelerate the wear of the file. But the force should not be too small, too small files will slip and the cutting purpose will not be achieved. It is generally appropriate to have a sense of resilience in the hands when pushing forward.

    3. When filing, it should make best use of the working surface of the file, instead, use only a certain section of the part. Otherwise, the certain part will have serious wear and the service life of file will be reduced.

    4. The proper filing speed is generally 30-40 times/min. If the speed is too fast, it is prone to fatigue and the teeth of the file are easy to blunt; if too slow, the cutting efficiency is low.

    5. When filing, watch the reciprocating movement of the file with your eyes, and observe that the hand force is appropriate; after filing several times, you should observe whether the filing plane is flat, and correct the problem in time.

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    Thomas | 8/12/2021 8:55 AM
    Sharp enough
    I was genuinely subdued at the quality of these wood rasps for the price. They are exactly sharp! I've used them for several weeks. These tools do remove wood material quite quickly like a new rasp should do. The non-slip handle is a good design and I feel comfortable holding it.