Wood Rasp

A wood rasp is used to file corners and bevel edges when fitting two pieces of wood together precisely. The need for such a tool is even more apparent when fitting together gingerbread. It gets into the small places, which is perfect for baking distortions that are only ¼ inch off. Rasps come in all different shapes and sizes, ranging from 4 inches to 18 inches, with triangular, flat, half round, half flat and round tangs.
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