Milled-tooth files possess extremely sharp teeth whose curved edges automatically impart a shearing cut. They cut faster than other files and leave a smoother finish than rasps.
These curved tooth mill files are designed for shaping wood, easing edges and refining joinery. The teeth are milled with a slight arc or curve which allows them to cut aggressively but still leave a surprisingly fine finish. The teeth cut by shearing wood instead of abrading it which produces small shavings with no tear-out instead of dust. The safe edges have no teeth so will not damage adjacent areas. These files are the perfect tool to dial in the width of a tenon without damaging the shoulder or to refine a wooden plane bed. The teeth are ground and then hardened so will stay sharp for a very long time.
Handle: stained hornbeam wood, waxed.
Blade: carbon steel, hardness 60 HRc
|Blade Length (mm)
||Milled-Tooth File (mm)
||25 x 5.5
||30 x 6
||34 x 8