Tool Test: Gramercy Rasps

By Robert W. Lang
Page: 28

From the February 2007 issue #160
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A good rasp is a simple tool that performs a multitude of tasks: tweaking the fit of a mortise and tenon, rounding an edge or shaping a curved form. It’s the sort of tool that can change from “never heard of it” to “can’t live without it” the first time you use one. The best ones have the teeth formed by hand, leaving a random pattern of scratch marks that can be removed with a stroke or two of a scraper.

From the February 2007 issue #160
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