Files
Cut Types
Files for the workshop
Sharpening files
Cut 1
Cross cut.
Single cut
Single cut.
Suited for coarse machining and
Cut 2
For universal sharpening.
for coarse stock removal.
Cut 2
Cross cut.
Wood rasps
For universal coarse stock removal
Cut 1
Rasp cut.
and prefinishing.
Suitable for coarse machining and
for coarse stock removal.
Cut 3
Cross cut.
For fine work and prefinishing.
Cut 2
Rasp cut.
For universal coarse stock removal
and prefinishing.
Car body files
Cut 1
Radial tooth cut.
Cut 3
Radial cut.
Suited for coarse stock removal
For fine work and prefinishing.
and roughing.
Creates score-free surfaces.
Cut 2
Radial tooth cut.
Precision files
For universal coarse stock removal
Cut 00
Cross cut.
and smoothing.
Suitable for very coarse
Creates score-free surfaces.
precision work.
Cut 3
Radial tooth cut.
Suited for fine stock removal and
Cut 0
Cross cut.
for prefinishing.
Suitable for very coarse precision
Creates score-free surfaces.
work.
Milled tooth files
Cut 1
Straight tooth cut.
Cut 1
Cross cut.
Suitable for coarse stock removal
Suitable for medium precision
when working on soft metals.
work.
The shape of the milled tooth
and large flutes prevent clogging
problems.
Cut 2
Straight tooth cut.
Cut 2
Cross cut.
Suitable for universal coarse stock
Suitable for medium to fine preci-
removal and prefinishing on soft
sion work.
metals.
The shape of the milled tooth
and large flutes prevent clogging
problems.
Cut 3
Cross cut.
Cut 3
Straight tooth cut.
Suitable for fine precision work.
Suitable for coarse machining of
soft metals.
The shape of the milled tooth
and large flutes prevent clogging
problems.
Cut 4
Cross cut.
Suitable for very fine precision
work.
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Files
Well Packed and Presented
Classical industrial packaging
Advantages
The oldest hand tool in the world is tradition-
Robust packaging suited to the product.
ally rolled into paper which protects it against
Coloured packaging labels mark the differ-
corrosion. PFERD packs all standard file deliver-
ent file cuts.
ies in robust industrial packaging.
You can find the order no. and the EAN
Depending on the file length, we offer  pack-
code on the packaging label.
aging units of
5
or 10
pieces.
For the experienced user who has their own
handle.
These files are delivered without a handle.
PF - The PERFECT FILE
PF packaging - advantages
PFERD also offers from its wide-ranging
Each file is delivered with the ergonomic file
programme a selection of the most commonly-
handle.
used files in attractive protective sleeves for
Protective, individual packaging perfectly
sales promotions (see fig).
suited to the product.
Each file includes a handy, user-friendly ergo-
Individual labelling with barcode.
nomic file handle. The PF packaging protects
Useful european standard holepattern for
the file from corrosion.
mounting and direct sale from your sales
wall.
Files in PF packaging are marked in the cata-
logue and in the product tables with PF.
Application information allows quick selec-
tion of products.
Machinist‘s files in PF packaging are highly
suitable for sales-promoting presentations at a
Popular types can be positioned effectively
Point of Sale.
at a point of sale.
The superb product presentation of PFERD
Our PF files are clearly labelled to help the
files supports you in selling brand-name
customers find the file they need more quickly
quality tools.
and can be attractively presented with the
PFERD TOOL-CENTER.
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Files
General Information
Several criteria determine the quality of a PFERD product
An appropriate steel microstructure,
Exact shape and uniform cut from tang
Ideal tooth geometries for every
essential for uniform hardness
to tip
application
The various production steps (profiling in the
Blanks acquire their exact shape, indispensa-
Tooth forms suitable to a particular applica-
rolling mill, shaping of blanks and tangs, an-
ble for an appropriate performance, through
tion ensure a uniform stock removal capability.
nealing processes prior to cutting, final heat
a series of forging and grinding operations.
There is no such thing as a standard tooth
treatment) each cause a change in the micro-
Equally spaced teeth and a uniform depth
shape. Different cut geometries have been
structure of the steel. Throughout these treat-
of cut ensure good filing results and surface
derived as the optimum solution to a variety of
ments, it is essential to maintain a high carbon
finishes. The type and angle of the cut depend
applications. The illustration shows a car body
content to ensure the requisite hardness and
on the purpose for which the file is intended.
file profile with its typical rounded tooth face
cutting performance of the file.
and large interspace.
Teeth number per cm of cut files according to DIN 8349
The number of teeth of PFERD files listed in
our catalogue 201 conforms to DIN 8349
Length
Machinist‘s files
Sharpening files
requirements. The figure shows the number
(with-
Cut number ± 8 %
Cut numbers ± 5 %
of cuts per cm of file length, counted in the
out
Cut 1-B
Cut 2
Cut 3-S
Extra
Double
Mill Saw Files
tang)
longitudinal axis. For a double-cut file, the
regular
slim
Bastard
half-smooth
smooth
slim
Extra slim
Cut 1
Cut 2
[mm]
teeth number is determined by the upper cut
100
17
22
28
20
23
26
-
-
-
(second course).
125
-
-
-
19
22
24
25
-
-
Determination of teeth number
150
13
18
22
17
20
22
24
20
24
175
-
-
-
16
19
21
23
-
-
Lower cut
Tang
200
10
14
18
15
17
20
22
18
20
-Files
250
9
12
16
14
16
17
-
16
18
Axis
300
8
11
14
-
-
-
-
14
16
350
7
10
13
-
-
-
-
12
14
9 teeth
Upper cut
File level
Example:
Cut 1 = coarse / Cut 2 = medium / Cut 3 = fine
Overview of file designations
At a length of 250 mm, a cut 1 file has 9
Colour code for the file cut
according to DIN
teeth/cm. A 100 mm long file of the same
The individual cuts are additionally
cut has 17 teeth/cm of file length. The higher
identified by colour-coded package
number of teeth found on shorter files is
labels.
intended to provide the same ease of use (in
terms of force input, guidability and stock re-
Designation
moval) on surfaces and edges as a longer tool.
Cut 1 = green
Cut 2 = yellow Cut 3 = red
7261
7262
7263
7264
7283
DIN
Hand
A
E, F
A, B
A, E
A
lates à main
lates à main
lates à main
Flat
B
B
Dimensions
mm
Bastard
mm
Halbschlicht
mm
Schlicht
bâtarde
demi-douce
douce
A, B,
1112
250
1
1112
250
2
1112
250
3
Three square
C
C
C, D
Square
D
B
D
file length
Tang
Half round
E
C, D
F
D, F
E
The cross-sectional dimensions indicated
Round
F
E
C
F
in the tables are measured across the cut
and may vary depending on cut type.
Knife files
G
G
PFERD files are manufactured according to
Lathe files
H
DIN and ISO standards.
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