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rasp

a coarse file with rows of raised teeth
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rasp

[rasp]
(design engineering)
A metallic tool with a rough surface of small points used for shaping and finishing metal, plaster, stone, and wood; designed in a number of useful curved shapes.
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rasp

A coarse file having its surface dotted with protruding pointed teeth.
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RASP

(language)
["RASP - A Language with Operations on Fuzzy Sets", D.D. Djakovic, Comp Langs 13(3):143-148 (1988)].
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* Rough-shape wood with a rasp or coarse file first, then use smaller, smoother files to finish up, just as you would with different grits of sandpaper.
This precludes the use of tools like the Dremel or coarse files.