Posts Tagged ‘Rasps’

A Rasp by Liogier

To read more about Rasps on our Common Woodworking site, click here. When I used my first ever rasp I was disappointed with the results because the teeth seemed to go nowhere in the hard and dense-grained wood I was shaping. It put me off and I continued shaving wood with carving chisels and then spokeshaves…

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Rasps and wood – two key ingredients

To read more about Rasps on our Common Woodworking site, click here. On rasps for cabinet making On many of my projects I use cabinet rasps and others for more detailed work because they remove stock fast and when well made surfaces shaped with them need only moderate refinement. I just finished off the latest…

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Auriou rasps – Good on the wood and good in the hand

Auriou rasps Some times I am amazed by a new or old woodworking tool, but not too often any more. Most of the time tools are a remake of something that once was, be that planes or saws, nail sets, chisels with ergonomic handles that shed their rubber grips like autumn leaves after about six…

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