Shinto Saw Rasp 9" (Shinto)

Brand: Shinto (Japan)

This particular wood rasp is the number one selling rasp in Japan, and is made with multiple saw blades joined together in a diamond configuration. This design configuration is one of the main features of this product, and is the reason this rasp is clog resistant. Shinto Saw Rasp is a 9" flat rasp made from 10 hardene

  • $45.00


Description

This particular wood rasp is the number one selling rasp in Japan, and is made with multiple saw blades joined together in a diamond configuration. This design configuration is one of the main features of this product, and is the reason this rasp is clog resistant.

Shinto Saw Rasp is a 9" flat rasp made from 10 hardened teeth saw blades held together by rivets and features both coarse and fine sides with the teeth oriented to cut on the push stroke. The teeth are designed to help prevent clogging but also to be easily cleaned should the need arise. Suitable for any shaping task from rough to fine work. Good for ferrous and nonferrous metals, wood, veneer, laminates, soft plastics, gypsum-board, etc.

  • Hardened Steel Teeth

  • Teeth Designed To Prevent Clogging

  • Double sided: Coarse and Fine ( 250mm (approx’ 10″) cutting length

  • Very fast at removing material

  • Wooden handle

  • Suitable for general shaping – wood, soft and composite materials

  • Made in Japan.

Shipping

Our warehouse is based in Nelson, NZ and all transactions are charged in New Zealand dollars. All shipping is charged at $NZD 7.90 including GST for shipping anywhere within New Zealand.  All goods from a single order will be shipped together. If several orders have been made on the same day, by the same person, to the same delivery address, we will do our best to combine those orders into one shipment unless otherwise instructed.

Shipping is free of charge for all overs $150NZD.

Please contact us directly on sales@piranhatools.co.nz if you wish to have your goods shipped outside of New Zealand and we will advise you of custom shipping costs.

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