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Woodworking

If you get lost in the depths of our range designed for wood lovers, know that the most frequently used tools to start are: the Cabinet Makers rasp, 10’’ grain # 9, or 8’’ grain # 11 the Rat Tail rasp, 8’’ grain # 12, the Wood Riffler # 1, 7’’ grain # 13

If you get lost in the depths of our range designed for wood lovers, know that the most frequently used tools to start are: the Cabinet Makers rasp, 10’’ grain # 9, or 8’’ grain # 11 the Rat Tail rasp, 8’’ grain # 12, the Wood Riffler # 1, 7’’ grain # 13

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  • Rasps

    If you get lost in the depths of our range designed for wood lovers, know that the most frequently used rasps to start are:the Cabinet Makers rasp, 10’’ grain # 9, or 8’’ grain # 11,t he Rat Tail rasp, 8’’ grain # 12.

  • Rifflers for wood
    Each riffler is composed of a combination of two working parts out of 13 possible forms.

    The riffler most frequently used to start is No. 1 in length 175mm and stitch 13.

    The 8 hand-stitched rifflers are all solutions to accessibility problems when finishing.

    Indeed, the rifloir can be used to shape. The ideal remains to use it for finishing. When using it, it is important not to force. It is better to caress the wood.

    Held between thumb and forefinger, the guiding hand will push the rifloir. The other hand will exercise and control the pressure. The work will always be flexible. To be as effective as possible, a maximum of teeth must be working at the same time.

    Some tips to improve the screw life of your rifflers:

    -Store the rifloir in its individual box.

    -Avoid shock and friction with other metal tools.

    -Avoid use of rifflers after sanding residues of abrasive materials can alter the "mordant"
  • Needle rasps

    Essential to work very carefully as in instrument making, stick making, model making or for all parts of very small sizes. Four types:

  • Rotary rasps

    These tools are designed to be mounted on drills or flexible mandrels, they are used for roughing out sculptures and bas-reliefs.