Over at Amazon, they recently listed new Dewalt rotary rasps.
While rotary files and rasps designed to be chucked into a drill or rotary tool aren’t unusual, these stood out to me.
Features include a 1/4″ hex shank and precision cutting edges that are said to reduce clogging or loading.
They’re said to be used on ferrous metal, for deburring, shaping, and grooving applications.
There seems to be 2 styles – conical (DWA4971) and cylindrical (DWA4971)
Price: ~$10 each
I’ve seen similar burrs for use on wood and other similarly soft materials. I’ve seen plenty for use on metal and ferrous metal materials, but rotary rasps? I think these are the first I’ve seen for use on such materials.
Have you used something like these rotary rasps in the past? Would you use these for any of your typical types of work?