Nicholson's 8" 4-in-Hand Rasp and File is great for the homeowner, home craftsman, boat builder and mechanic. It has a half-round shape and a file section and rasp section on both flat side and half-round side.
The half round design is the most versatile of file types, so this 8” steel model from Tactix makes for a great multipurpose addition to your collection. Constructed out of durable steel and featuring a nonslip bi-material handle that’s comfortable to use even during long sessions, you’ll reach for this file time after time.
Nicholson's 12" Mill Bastard Cut File without a handle is an American pattern mill file and is used for sharpening mill or circular saws. It can also beused for draw-filing and finishing metals. It has a rectangular shape, single cut on side and edges, and has 2 square edges.
Nicholson's 8" Half Round Rasp File without a handle is an American pattern wood rasp, half round, bastard cut. It is used by woodworkers, hobbyists and plumbers and is for use on wood and soft metals.
This 8” flat file from Tactix is useful for the rapid removal of metal. Double cut on the sides and single cut on the edges, it performs well on a variety of different metals. The nonslip bi-material handle is comfortable to use, and the steel construction makes for plenty of durability.
Square files, like this 8” model from Tactix, are great for making neat, square corners in opening. With a coarse cut, this one is designed for rapid material removal, and the nonslip bi-material handle is comfortable to use.
This 8” round steel file from Tactix has a comfortable bi-material handle to keep your hand feeling fresh even during long periods of use. Featuring sturdy steel construction and a coarse design, it’s suitable for the rapid removal of a variety of materials.
Nicholson's 8" Half Round Bastard Cut File without a handle is an American pattern half round file used on concave, convex and flat surfaces. It is round on one side, flat on the opposite side. The round and flat side of file are double-cut.
Nicholson's 6" Slim Taper File without a handle is an American pattern taper file, slim, made for filing saws with 60° angle teeth. It has a triangular shape and is single cut. The edges set and cut for filing gullets between saw teeth. It tapers slightly towards the point. In filing handsaws, it is important to select the right angle.
Nicholson's 10" Round Bastard Cut File without a handle is an American pattern round file that is primarily used to file circular openings or concave surfaces. It is single cut and tapered slightly towards the point.
Nicholson's 8" Round Bastard Cut File without a handle is an American pattern round file that is primarily used to file circular openings or concave surfaces. It is single cut and tapered slightly towards the point.