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Sorby Extra Heavy-Duty Scraper 1
112.50
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Sorby Scraper Bowl Finishing Inboard
133.99
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Sorby Scraper Curved
63.50
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Sorby Extra Heavy-Duty Scraper 1
112.50
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Sorby Scraper Box
62.99
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WoodRiver Heavy Duty Bowl Scraper
112.50
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Sorby Scraper Bowl Finishing Outboard
131.99
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WoodRiver 1
68.50
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Pinnacle Cryogenic Scraper 1
68.25
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WoodRiver 1/2
44.99
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Sorby Extra Heavy-Duty Scraper 1/2
75.99
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Sorby Extra Heavy-Duty Scraper 1
99.99
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WoodRiver 3/4
52.99
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WoodRiver 3/4
49.99
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Sorby 1/2
55.99
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Pinnacle Cryogenic Bowl Finish Scraper
108.99
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Pinnacle Cryogenic Scraper 1/2
54.99
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Sorby 1/2
74.99 49.98
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Crown 3/4
66.99 55.97
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Sorby 3/4
53.99
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Sorby Square Nose 1
74.99
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WoodRiver 1
51.99
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Sorby Micro Spindlemaster Tool
45.99
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Crown 3/4
65.99 55.97
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A scraper is generally used after the majority of the wood has been removed with a rougher. A scraper is used to remove fine cuts of wood from a bowl or box on the lathe and the shape of the scraper determines its use. A round nose scraper has a curved end and is used for smoothing or blending surfaces. A side cut scraper is used to make a smooth transition from a side wall to a flat bottom. Heavy duty scrapers can clean up rough, irregular cuts left by gouges.