Shinto Wood Saw Rasp 200mm TL-S-SR200

29.99USD

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(4 customer reviews)
  • Japanese Saw Rasp – Made in Japan
  • Made of 10 riveted double sides saw blades

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Description

  • Japanese Saw Rasp – Made in Japan
  • Made of 10 riveted double sides saw blades
  • Non-clogging design
  • Double-sided – Coarse (11 teeth per inch) and a fine side(25 teeth per inch)
  • Designed to remove wood on the push stroke
  • 9” (220mm) blade length and 13 ½”(340mm) Overall length with wooden handle
  • This 9″ Japanese Saw Rasp works great at rapidly remove wood stock and is suitable for the guitar neck and body shaping from start to finish.
  • One side is coarse for rapid wood removal and a fine side for the finishing cuts
  • The unique saw blade design eliminates clogging and will save you a lot of time.

4 reviews for Shinto Wood Saw Rasp 200mm TL-S-SR200

  1. A. V. A

    Taken from Amazon.ca Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2017

    Absolutely fantastic tool for sculpting wood (certainly no surprise for those …

    Size: Standard

    Absolutely fantastic tool for sculpting wood (certainly no surprise for those in the now). The first time I used it I was blown away. The coarser teeth will have no problem creating the rough outline of your piece, while the smoother side will effectively refine and smooth the lines of the previous pass. This tool works great with the grain or against it. I honestly don’t know why I didn’t buy it sooner. Now I need a moon-shaped version of this tool.

  2. Homeward

    Taken from Amazon.ca Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2018

    Saves so much time, very efficient rasp

    Size: Standard

    I’ve been using the standard wood files/rasps my whole life. I mainly use them to clean up large mortise joints. This thing is the best, there is no messing around. I bought it a week ago and haven’t used any other wood file since.

  3. Snickers10

    Taken from Amazon.ca Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on August 11, 2017

    Buy It!

    Size: Standard
    Effortlessly devours hardwood in a flurry of sawdust. It is very effective and easy to control with precision, requiring very little pressure. It makes smooth, shallow cuts, which are easy to sand out. I’m a bit disappointed with the build quality. The riveting on mine is on the sloppy side and the handle isn’t as secure as I’d like. However, the way this tool is designed and constructed, these issues are no doubt an engineering challenge that would significantly complicate the build and increase the price, to solve, therefore it’s forgivable. I have concerns about its durability, but at this price, it’s worth the risk for such a high-performance tool.

    All its faults considered, its the best performing rasp I’ve ever used. I’ve completed a couple of major projects with it and well gotten my money’s worth, so if it ends up falling apart, Ill probably buy another.

    UPDATE:

    18 months of regular and often demanding use and this thing is still rockin’! I recently worked for more than an hour on an ax head, with a file. I was getting nowhere, so I put the Shinto rasp to it and in 5 min, had cut a clean, flat bevel on the blade. It shreds tempered steel, just like wood. More amazing, is that it didn’t dull and still cuts wood like new. It was like the old Ginsu commercial where they cut rebar with it and then fillet a tomato. LOVE THIS MONSTER!

  4. Joseph

    Taken from Amazon.ca Customer

    Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2018

    Removes more material with more control than any other rasp I’ve ever used.

    Size: Standard

    This is the best rasp I have ever used, hands down. It is more effective in removing wood material of all kinds, and its coarse and finer sides give it flexibility in varied applications. This same rasp is also made with a forward located handle for your off-hand (have not seen it on Amazon) but if you want to use the other side, the handle has to be removed and re-secured on the opposite side. One caution is that because its surface is essentially flat if there is a concave curve in the surface you’re working on, if not careful, it can be easy to create a gouge with the edge of the rasp. I would like to see one with a bit of a convex surface on both sides.

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