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Glossary of cabinet scraper terms

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Bevelled edge

Cabinet scrapers, bevelled edge, woodwork, scraping, carpenter, DIYers. A bevelled edge describes the edge of a structure that is not perpendicular to the face of the blade (does not meet at 90°).

Burnishing

Cabinet scrapers, burnishing, burnishing tool, vice, sharpening, smooth, scraping, DIYers, carpenter, woodwork. The process of rubbing a burnishing tool against a material to smooth and turn an edge.

Burnishing tool

Cabinet scrapers, burnishing tool, carpenter, woodwork, DIYers. Tool used to produce a fine surface finish or turn an edge, especially in processes that involve a metal surface. It is used in the sharpening of a cabinet scraper blade.

Burr

Cabinet scrapers, burr, material, woodwork, carpenter, DIYers. A burr is a raised edge or ridge of metal on a tool or work piece. A burr can appear on the edge of a blade after being filed.

Diamond stone

Cabinet scrapers, diamond stone, sharpening, grinding, woodwork, DIYers, carpenter. This is a very hard stone used for sharpening or grinding metal objects. It is used in some of the sharpening processes for cabinet scraper blades.

Mill file

Cabinet scrapers, mill file, filing, scraping, sharpening, woodwork, carpenter, DIYers. A mill file is used in metal work to remove small pieces of material from an object such as a blade. A mill file is used in the sharpening process of certain cabinet scrapers.

Needle file

Cabinet scrapers, needle file, filing, scraping, sharpening, grinding, woodwork, DIYers, carpenter. A needle file is used in woodwork and metal work to remove small pieces of material from an object. The needle file has a thin shaft, like the shape of a needle.

The needle-shaped end allows for use on smaller objects and for more precise jobs. The needle file is used in the sharpening processes for some cabinet scrapers.

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