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The following list does not include all the jobs and files. It only lists some of the materials that could be processed with our tools.

Aluminium and alloys
Auger bits, sharpening
Auto body
Band saw
Blades sharpening, lawn mower
Cabinet making
Cast iron
Contact point, cleaning
Countersinking, iron and soft metals
Deburring, air powered filing machines
Die shop
Electric connections, cleaning
Exotic alloys (Nickel, Molybdenum, Titanium)
Files and rasps cleaning
Foundry and die castings, chamfering
Fretwork, deburring
Fretwork, metal
Fretwork, wood
Glasses, repairing
Hand saw
Heat resistant steel
Horse, shoeing
INCONEL and similar alloys
Joint, mortise and tenon
Keys, deburring
Knives sharpening
Lathe turning
Lawn mower, blades sharpening
Lock, repairing
Loppers, sharpening
Lute making
Machinists' work
Millwright, assembling and repairing
Model making, metal
Model making, wood
Mortise and tenon
Musical instruments manufacturing
Pattern making, wood
Pipe fitting
Planer knife sharpening, carbon steel
Plastics, hard
Plastics, reinforced with fiberglass, carbon
Plastics, soft
Platinum, cutting and piercing
Platinum, shaping
Plumbers', welds deburring
Precious metals, cutting and piercing
Precious metals, shaping
Precision filing
Rubber (hard)
Saw chain
Saw sharpening
Scissors, sharpening
Scrapers, sharpening
Setting, stones
Shears, sharpening
Ski, maintenance
Soft metals
Stainless steel
Steel, hardened and tempered (over 60 HRc)
Steel, hardened and tempered (up to 55 HRc)
Steel, hardened and tempered (up to 60 HRc)
Stone setting
Tree, shoemaking
Tungsten carbide
Welds, deburring
Windowpane housing maintenance
Wood, carving
Wood, drilling
Wood, holesaw deburring
Wood, roughing
Wood, shaping and finishing
Wood-bits, sharpening


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