If I made my living working wood I would buy hand cut rasps in a heartbeat. The price is a little high to justify for me at the moment though. The price is fair for the quality of the tool to be sure and this video shows that I think.
Thanks for the post Ken.
My Liogier rasp has arrived , there really is a difference on how they cut, removes material fast with a good finish. Dealing directly with the factory in France could not have been easier, I have had a number of e-mails from Noel Liogier the last one apologising for late delivery due to his tempering furnace being down. I imagine the methods and equipment used to make my rasp has not changed for 100 years.
Congratulations on the Rasp David, I have been very pleased with mine. Here in the US, the only option I had was to buy directly from Liogier, and it was a pleasant purchase for me as well.
I am planning a trip to Grenoble, France this summer to visit my daughter, I am hoping to be able to go by and visit their shop, maybe I can see some demonstrations, or the craftsmen at work, that would be great.
thanks for the feedback David stil out of my price range i’m afraid
Eddy .. Liverpool, Merseyside, UK
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