4-in-1 Hand Rasp and File
The WoodRiver® 4-in-1 Hand Rasp and File is a versatile tool that can be utilized for a variety of projects. This versatile tool can perform the functions of 2 rasps and 2 files in 1-handheld tool. The 4-in-1 Hand Rasp and File is the perfect tool for the homeowner, home craftsman, boat...
The WoodRiver® 4-in-1 Hand Rasp and File is a versatile tool that can be utilized for a variety of projects. This versatile tool can perform the functions of 2 rasps and 2 files in 1-handheld tool. The 4-in-1 Hand Rasp and File is the perfect tool for the homeowner, home craftsman, boat builder, mechanic, or any DIYers.
- Medium flat hand rasp, medium flat file, coarse curved hand rasp, and curved coarse file
- Curved on one side
- Flat on one side
- Curved wood rasps for enlarging round surfaces
- Flat wood rasp for rapid stock removal
- Curved file for smoothing curved surfaces
- Flat file for smoothing flat surfaces
- Tool Length: 8"
- (1) WoodRiver 4-in-1 Hand Rasp and File
- Always clean your files and rasp when finished using a file cleaning brush and store in a dry place.
Articles & Blogs
Working with your hands in creating fine furniture is not a thing of the past. The old adage of “what you put into your work, is what you get out of it”, still holds true today. Rob Cosman is the epitome of this statement. Teaching handcut joinery is a small yet essential part of woodworking when using dovetail construction. Experience is the other piece that comes in time. When you first start in any venue of woodworking, you sometimes need an expert to help you along. Rob Cosman, Your Hand Tool Coach has been inspiring new and experienced woodworkers with fine woodworking techniques for many years. His insight, wisdom and patience goes beyond perfection. If you have attended any of his classes, shows, or workshops, you know what I am talking about. He captures the audience right from the start as he really gets into what he does best… sharing and teaching.
We join Fred Esker at his woodshop to capture and enjoy building a Spoon Mule. Fred teaches his hand carved spoon making skill set using a simple spoon mule which is created with primarily hand tools intermixed with some power tools. He is a member of the Geppetto's Carving Club at our Woodcraft store in Parkersburg, WV.
Very practical wood rasp
I would use the product to shape wooden handles for some of my knives. The size of the rasp is perfect for shaping and contouring the slabs that will transform my bushcraft knives into more personal tools, with fine wood handles. Perfect for what I need.
I keep it hanging over our workbench & probably use this one more than all the other rasps put together. Good all around tool to have for home improvements.
Good quality, mislabeled
This rasp is really course and medium. I've owned mine for several years and it works well. I would never use it for any fine work. I use it primarily for carpentry rather than cabinetry. Like all rasps and files, you want to keep it away from other metal tools/items. You don't want it to get dinged.
Not worth it
The photos and description are not accurate. This does not have a 'fine' grit. It's coarse and medium. For the price, I guess, it's OK but I don't use it for my projects.