Founded in the 1920s, Liogier blends traditional handcrafting skills with modern manufacturing materials to produce rasps of exceptional quality and durability. The teeth are carefully hand stitched at a regular height but randomly distributed over the blade surface, resulting in a tool that cuts efficiently while leaving no scratch pattern. The blades are stitched right to the edge, allowing you to work to an adjacent surface, and are treated with an extremely hard coating to retain sharpness through long use. The tapered tips permit shaping in confined areas.
The 8" round rasp is 12 1/2" overall with a medium-fine tooth pattern (grain 12) for working into tight radiuses, the 8" half-round cabinetmaker's rasp is 13" long overall with a medium tooth pattern (grain 11) for general stock removal, and the 6" modeller's rasp is 9 1/2" overall with a fine tooth pattern (grain 14) for detail work. Each has a stained hardwood handle. Available individually or in sets of three, in right-handed or left-handed patterns.
Made in France.