Grobet Diamond Flexi-Files

Grobet Diamond Flexi-Files

Grobet Diamond Flexi-Files Fine

Fine

Item # 0251
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$37.10

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Grobet Diamond Flexi-Files Medium

Medium

Item # 0252
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$37.10

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Grobet Diamond Flexi-Files Coarse

Coarse

Item # 0253
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$37.10

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Grobet Diamond Flexi-Files, Set of 3

Set of 3

Item # 0241
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Grobet Diamond Flexi-Files

About This Item

A new and better flat file: strong, lightweight cutters that stay clean. The dot pattern of diamonds leaves room for material to fall away as it's removed.

Great for nuts and saddles
The Coarse Flexi-File makes fast work of shaping a nut or saddle. Follow with Medium and Fine for a smooth finish. These files have just enough flexibility to help with contoured shapes.

Metals and plastics: Diamond Flexi-Files quickly file away sharp fret ends, and remove the harsh edge from new bindings.

#0251 Fine (325-400 grit range)
#0252 Medium (200-230 grit range)
#0253 Coarse (120-140 grit range)

  • Stays clean, doesn't load up
  • Extremely long-lasting abrasive
  • Tough fiber/resin substrate
  • Length: 6-3/4" (171mm)


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4.0

Useful in the arsenal

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Stew Mac sells us some pretty strange stuff and I admit that I have bought more than a few things I never found useful. That said, it's always nice to find a new useful tool. I've had these files for some time and had relegated them to the back of the drawer. However, I have found a use for them finally. They really work great for filing the edges of shell to fit recesses Nice smooth cuts.

5.0

Excellent for detail work.

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The Fine-cut variant of this file is one of the best files I've ever used for smoothing sharp fret ends, particularly the burr that reveals itself at the bottom-most face of the fret, where the foot of the fret meets the fingerboard's edge. Works very well for contouring nuts, as well. I'm glad I gave it a shot, and will pick up a few more for the shop to make them more ready-at-hand for other techs.

5.0

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