Norton® India® 61463686385 Abrasive File, 4 in L x 3/8 in W

15586385 MFG #: 61463686385
  • Series: India®
  • Overall Length: 4
  • Overall Width: 3/8
  • Overall Thickness: 3/16
  • Grade: Medium
  • Shape: Half Round
  • Abrasive Material: Aluminum Oxide
  • Color: Brown/Orange
  • Applicable Materials: Ferrous Alloys, High-Tensile Materials and Wood
  • Length: 4
  • Material: Aluminum Oxide
  • Width: 3/8
Norton® India® Abrasive File, 4 in Overall Length, 3/8 in Overall Width, 3/16 in Overall Thickness, Medium Grade, Half-Round, Aluminum Oxide Abrasive, Brown/Orange, Applicable Materials: Ferrous Alloys, High-Tensile Materials and Wood
  • India files are idea
  • Aluminum oxide abrasive produce a strong, keen, long lasting edge and are the choice for t
  • Offers both a round
  • Round files are ideal for deburring, chamfering, radiusing, lapping, honing, cleaning radi
  • Fine if preferred for producing sharper than average edges on woodworking tools, gouges, r
  • Applicable for hard
  • The use of oil with sharpening stones enhance the sharpening action and minimize the clogg
  • Orange/brown in colo
  • Sharpening stones have been the world leader for over 150 years
• India files are ideal when close tolerance and strong, keen, long lasting edges are needed
Aluminum oxide abrasive produce a strong, keen, long lasting edge and are the choice for the best blend of cut rate and finish
• Offers both a round and a flat surface for imparting a fine finish on precision machine parts, tools and dies
Round files are ideal for deburring, chamfering, radiusing, lapping, honing, cleaning radius tools to a burr-free edge and dimensioning compound curves on templates
Fine if preferred for producing sharper than average edges on woodworking tools, gouges, reamers, taps, auger bits and twist drills
• Applicable for hard steel
The use of oil with sharpening stones enhance the sharpening action and minimize the clogging of the stone's surface
• Orange/brown in color
Sharpening stones have been the world leader for over 150 years