Needle rasps are used in applications where the surface finish takes priority over fast stock removal rates and are most suited for smaller workpieces.
They are often used by engineers and model makers where precision is required.
Each set contains six files fitted with comfortable soft-grip handles,the files have a working length of 65mm, blade length of 100mm and an overall length of 150mm.
Rasp set is ideal for use on wood.
Six different file profiles as follows:
Half round, round, flat taper, square, flat, three square.
Working length: 65mm.
Blade length: 100mm.
Overall length: 150mm.
Each set contains 6 100 mm long files fitted with comfortable soft-grip handles
6 Piece Needle Rasp File Set + Storage Case For Wood Faithfull FAIPPWRASP
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