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Abrasive Sticks

Abrasive Sticks

Also known as abrasive files, abrasive sticks come in different shapes and grits to debur and chamfer various surfaces and delicate parts.

Square

The corners of these sticks fit perfectly into right-angled surfaces to clean and sharpen corners, keyways, reamer teeth, router bits, slots, and more.

Aluminum Oxide

Arkansas

Triangular

For use in tight work spaces where other files won't fit, triangular files are commonly used on saw teeth, tap threads, and die edges.

Aluminum Oxide

Arkansas

Round

The rounded body of these sticks fits into curved surfaces. These are ideal for deburring, honing, and chamfering tools and templates.

Aluminum Oxide

Arkansas

Round Edge Slips

Also known as slip stones, round edge slip sticks are typically used for sharpening rounded carving knives and tools due to their round shape. These sticks also have a larger surface area than other abrasive sticks for more control when sharpening.

Aluminum Oxide

Half Round

One side of these sticks is round to fit into curved surfaces such as those of machine tools and dies, while the other side is flat for general sharpening and cleaning of corners, keyways, and slots.

Aluminum Oxide

Tapered Round with Pointed End

Sharpen the intricate grooves of engraving and die tools with round sticks with a pointed end. The round body and pointed end can slide into areas other tools cannot.

Aluminum Oxide

Arkansas

Blade Edge

Designed with a narrow blade shape and 1 sharp edge, these abrasives sticks are most commonly used for sharpening and maintaining the cutting edges of precision cutting tools, such as those used in watchmaking.

Aluminum Oxide

Arkansas

Flat Rectangle

Choose the flat rectangular shape for general sharpening and cleaning of corners, keyways, and slots.

Aluminum Oxide

Arkansas

Tapered Rectangle

Sharpen tool teeth and shape keyways with tapered rectangle sticks. The taper and right angles of the stick matches the tapered and angled shapes of teeth and keyways, ensuring the entire surface is sharpened.

Aluminum Oxide

Assortments

Keep abrasive sticks in a variety of shapes and grits on hand for material removal in a wide range of applications.