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Half Round Files
Ideal for rounding out holes; can be used on concave, convex or flat surfaces.
Primarily used to round out or enlarge circular openings or concave surfaces.
Mill Files - Single Cut
Primarily used for sharpening saws, lathes, and tools.
Parallel sides, two round edges.
Tapered at the point for detail work.
Features one uncut (safe) edge for filing up to corners.
Features a fast-cutting tooth design that virtually eliminates clogging when used on soft metals.
Ignition Contact Point Files
Widely used by auto mechanics for cleaning spark plugs and distributor points.
Used for filing slots, keyways, square holes, and general surface filing.
Features a rectangular cross section and one uncut (safe) edge.
Round Chain Saw Files
Designed for sharpening all chain saw teeth.
Farmers Own Files With Handle
Double-cut on one side for faster cutting, single-cut on the other for a slower, more precise cut.
Web Saw Files
Specially suited for filing saws that have cutting teeth of less than a 60-degree angle.
Used for sharpening teeth and filing gullets on a wide variety of saws.
Three Square Files
Primarily used by machinists for angles less than 90 degrees on corners, and filing cutters and taps.
Rotary Lawn Mower Files
The ideal file for the homeowner. Used for sharpening lawn mower blades and other gardening tools such as shovels and hoes.
Used for repairing and filing ward notches in locks and keys.
Primarily used by tool and die makers on slots, keyways, and acute angles.
Cut faster than regular mill files and leave a smoother finish
Curved Tooth Files
Features curved contours across the file face for smoothing of curved metal surfaces.
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