A tapered, wide rasp with convex and flat sides. Ideal for cabinet work, useful in preparing flat surfaces and working hollow shapes with a large radius.
This name was given to him because it was the rasp used by the manufacturers of , armchairs and seats. As illustrated on the videos, it allows to shape the legfeet. Cabriole chair legs or legs style: Louis XV.
It was then adopted by the cabinetmakers. This is not their favorite tool. However, the cabinet rasp allows to erect flat surfaces and work hollow shapes with large radius. In a cabinetmaking workshop, there is regularly a post to adjust.
For the amateur woodworker, the 250 mm cabinet maker rasp grain n ° 9 is the first rasp to join the beginner's tool kit. The combination of size and grain makes it a versatile rasp.
This average bite will allow precise work with a surface requiring little finishing work. Used throughout its length it allows to work a large area. Its crisp section allows work in smaller areas.
The professional or amateur user with more experience will choose the grain according to his needs.
Grains n° 3 to n°6, for approach work.
Grains n°8 to n°10 for more precise work.
Grains n°11 to n°13 for a fine job.
Grains n°14 and n°5 for a very fine job.
The 150mm cabinet maker rasp grain n ° 13 is very useful for woodturners Thus, the woodturner can remove quickly the surplus necessary to maintain the wood piece on the turn.
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