Aluminum Flat Files are designed with a special tooth construction for filing aluminum and other soft metals with a minimum of clogging. They are double cut and tapered in width and thickness.
ALUMINUM HALF ROUND
Aluminum Half Round Files are designed with a special tooth construction for filing both flat and curved surfaces in aluminum and other soft metals. They are double cut and tapered in width and thickness.
Chainsaw Files are designed for sharpening all sizes of chain saw teeth. They are single cut and parallel in diameter.
Double End Saw Files are designed for general saw sharpening. They are triangular in shape and are equivalent to a slim taper saw file. They are supplied second cut with no tang and are tapered from center to each end.
Farmer's Own Files are designed for sharpening cutting edge tools, e.g., knives, hows, mower machine blades, etc. This file is also popular for working formica. They are single cut on one side and double cut on the other side. Edges are not cut. Self handled with 3/8" diameter hole for hanging up file.
Flat Taper Files are designed for use where metal must be removed rapidly and a smooth finish is not required. They are double cut on both sides with single cut edges and tapered in width and thickness. Similar to Mill Files but thicker in cross section and double cut.
Half Round Files are designed for filing both flat and curved surfaces. They are double cut and tapered in width and thickness.
HALF ROUND PIPE LINE
Half Round Pipe Line Files are designed for filing weld beads and scale off pipe line. The narrow, half round design gives more contact on edge for cleaning welds. They are double cut and tapered in width and thickness.
HAND - Flat
Carbide Grit Edged Tile Files are used for filing ceramics, glass, tile, fiberglass, and nonmetallic materials. Grit approaches diamond in hardness and wear resistance. All files have an easy-grip plastic handle.
Knife Files are designed in the shape of a knife for filing slots, key ways, and acute angles. It is used primarily for tool and die work. They are double cut on sides and have a thin single cut edge.
LAMINATE - Dual Cut
Dual Cut Laminate Files combine the best features of all laminate files in one file. They have a rapid cross cut on one side and a mill cut on the other side. They also have a built in handle.
LAMINATE - Mill
Mill Laminate files are designed for the smoothest finish on plastics and laminates. They are single cut on the sides and edges. The width is tapered slightly.
LAMINATE - Rapid Crosscut
Rapid Cross Cut Laminate Files are designed for fast stock removal while leaving a smooth finish. One edge of the file is a straight cut and the other edge has no teeth for safe corner filing.
Long Angle Lathe Files are designed for filing work that is rotating in a lathe and for bench filing of aluminum and copper alloys. The long bastard cut tooth is self clearing when used at right angles to work. It cuts clean and does not drag or tear. Both edges are safe (uncut) to protect shoulders of work which are not to be filed. This file tapers slightly in width toward the point.
Mill Saw Files are designed as multi-purpose files for sharpening saws, various cutting edge tools, draw filing, lathe work, and finishing work on hard materials. They are single cut on sides and edges, width is tapered slightly.
Round Files are designed for enlarging holes and shaping curved surfaces. They are double cut and taper slightly to point.
Square Files are designed for filing slots, key ways, grooves, square holes and edges, and for filing flat surfaces where a heavier section is preferred. They are double cut on all four sides and taper slightly to a point.
TAPER SAW - DOUBLE EXTRA SLIM
TAPER SAW - EXTRA SLIM
TAPER SAW - REGULAR
TAPER SAW - SLIM
Taper Saw Files are designed for sharpening all styles of saws with 60° angle teeth. They are single cut on edges and flat sides. Flat sides are equal and taper towards point. NOTE: The side (size) of the file used should always be a little more than twice as wide as the side of the saw teeth.
Three Square Files are designed for filing internal angles above 60°, corners, grooves, notches, and for filing HSS taps and cutters after machining. They are double cut on all three sides and taper slightly to point. NOTE: This file has sharp corners and is not recommended for filing saws.
Warding Files are designed for filing in narrow spaces where other files will not fit. They are used by locksmiths to repair or file ward notches in keys. This file is also useful for re-sharpening small drills. They are double cut on sides and single cut on edges.