X

Buy Products not in the Philippines

Galleon.PH - Discover, Share, Buy!

Kutzall Original 6" Flat Hand Rasp - Fine, Wood Rasp/File Used for Woodworking & Shaping, W/Ergonomic Soft Grip Handle, Absrasive Tungsten Carbide Coating - 11" (279.4mm) Overall Length - FT6170

Product ID : 39284407
4.9 out of 5 stars


Galleon Product ID 39284407
UPC / ISBN 818050020769
Shipping Weight 0.44 lbs
I think this is wrong?
Model FT6170
Manufacturer Kutzall
Shipping Dimension 13.94 x 1.73 x 0.39 inches
I think this is wrong?
-
2,233

*Price and Stocks may change without prior notice
  • 3 Day Return Policy
  • All products are genuine and original
  • Cash On Delivery/Cash Upon Pickup Available

Pay with

Features

  • Long-lasting! Carbide coating outlasts standard rasps many times over.
  • Handy! Multi-directional cutting action; great for confined spaces.
  • Versatile! Use on wood, plaster & wallboard, fiberglass & other composites, pattern-making materials, rubber & polyurethane, sand cores, soft stone, masonite & more.
  • Comfortable to use! Integral soft grip handle for ergonomic comfort.
  • Should only be used on non-metallic materials. Made in USA

Description

Quality handmade craftsmanship is found in every Kutzall tool. From custom tools to the humble hand rasp, if it bears the Kutzall name, it's built to work better and last longer. Kutzall Hand Rasps are engineered to be the ultimate man-powered, hand-shaping instrument. These unique tools strike a fascinating balance between the shaping and smoothing function of a conventional file and the aggressive stock removal of a wood rasp. In addition, their construction makes them effective on materials like composites and soft stone, on which conventional steel-toothed files and rasps may work poorly, or provide only a short working life. Kutzall Original rasps feature very sharp, uniform conical teeth. They are very free-cutting and remove most materials easily, even soft or deformable stuff. Best on wood, rubber and other elastomers, polymer foam, fiberglass, etc. Note: Kutzall Files are not recommended for use on metals.