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Nicholson 06B02
Item 06B02

Cabinet Rasp, Smooth Cut (#50), takes a Medium Handle

$70.50

Nicholson Cabinetmaker's Rasps cut evenly and smoothly. Edges are cut to allow filing narrow grooves. It is curved on one side, flat on the other. The cabinet rasp is 10" x 7/8". These are the...

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Nicholson Cabinetmaker's Rasps cut evenly and smoothly. Edges are cut to allow filing narrow grooves. It is curved on one side, flat on the other. The cabinet rasp is 10" x 7/8". These are the smoothest cutting rasps you'll ever use.



  • American pattern rasp, pattern maker’s cabinet
  • Used primarily by cabinetmakers
  • Half-round shape
  • Narrow pattern, cut edges
  • Used when smooth wood finish is required

Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars
5 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Excellent tool

    I build Kentucky Rifles as a hobbie, this file is a must have for shaping stocks. It's coarse enough to move the wood fast but the clean up is min. and it dosen't "bruise" the wood.

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Would buy again from this maker

    Since Auriou has temporarily suspended production of their hand-stitched rasps, these are the best thing on the market. I've had mine for about three years and have found it well-made and perfect for rasping down to a pattern line. I'm looking now at getting the #49 rasp. If you are serious about hand woodworking, I recommend this as a first pattern maker's rasp.

  3. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Smooth operator

    I use this rasp for making templates and for shaping cabinet parts. It's got a smooth motion with very little applied pressure, resulting in a great sense of control. A really good tool.

  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Great Rasp

    This is an indispensible tool for smoothing curves after the bandsaw.

  5. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    A cut above

    This tool adds a whole new dimension to the shaping process. It can be used aggressively to hog off excess or lightly to finalize the shape of a part or a template. It's a really good tool.

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