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RS PRO 300mm, Bastard, Rasp Cut, Half Round Engineers File

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RS PRO Half Round Bastard Rasp

Introducing half-round rasps from our trusted and reliable own brand RS PRO, a range of durable rasp files ideal for deburring wood between the cutting stages of a saw and sandpaper. This versatile hand tool is made with sturdy high carbon content steel and features a bastard, rasp cut.

Features and benefits

• Ergonomic soft grip handle for enhanced control and comfort
• Made with durable high carbon content steel
• Available in 200 mm, 250 mm and 300 mm
• A half-round design ideal for deburring concave surfaces
• Bastard cut rasp for rapid deburring and removal of material
• Compatible with RS PRO file handles

Common applications

Rasp hand tools are ideal for woodworking due to their coarseness that allows them to rapidly deburr wood with ease. Rasps are used in a variety of applications such as:
• Workshops
• Carpentry
• Sculpting

What is a rasp?

A rasp is a coarse type of hand file that is designed to rapidly deburr and remove excess wood. Rasp teeth tend to be more coarse to allow for the wood to be easily cut and shaped at a faster rate. Half-round rasps are ideal for shaping concave and convex surfaces.

Are there other sizes available?

RS PRO rasp hand tools are available in a range of sizes including:

1467342 - 12 inch
1467341 - 10 inch
1611508 - 8 Inch

What is the coarseness of the rasp?

The coarseness of the rasp refers to the teeth or grade that can include bastard, second-cut and smooth. In this case the grade is Bastard.

What other types of rasps are there?

Like files, rasps are available in a range of shapes to suit a variety of tasks. The following rasps are the most common:
• Cabinet rasp - Ideal for the initial shaping stages
• Round rasp - Perfect for concave and convex surfaces
• Half-round rasp - Similar to a round rasp, with the addition of a flat surface
• Square rasp - Great for angular shapes and notches
• Needle rasp - Excellent for finer detail and tight spaces

File TypeEngineers File
ShapeHalf Round
Cut TypeBastard, Rasp Cut