Diamond Straight Fret Crowning File - Dual Width - Medium/Wide(Jumbo) - 150 grit

Diamond Straight Fret Crowning File - Dual Width - Medium/Wide(Jumbo) - 150 grit

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$63.99
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TL-E-05S-150
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  • Straight Diamond Fret Crowning File - Dual Width
  • 150 Grit – recommended for fast material removal
  • Dual Sided with 2 widths
  • Works with Medium, Wide, and Jumbo Fretwire
  • Steel body with concave grooves coated with industrial-grade diamonds
  • Overall dimensions is 8” x 5/8” x 3/16” (204mm x 15mm x 4.3mm)

Diamond files will cut in both directions, cut faster, and don’t chatter or leave chatter marks.   

For beginners, we recommend the 300 grit diamond fret crowning file because it’s not as aggressive as the 150 grit file.

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  • 3
    Average

    Posted by Sebastien on Sep 27, 2021

    I didn't like this diamond file much,the radius doesn't seem perfect or even and it's quite coarse to my taste.
    I bought that file 150 grit , the similar 300 grit one and the Hosco 600 grit.The Hosco 600 grit is by far my favorite.

  • 4
    Diamond Straight Fret Crowning File - Dual Width

    Posted by Brian on Jun 25, 2020

    Have done 3 crowning jobs with this file so far. Great file, really does significantly speed up crowning work once you get the hang of it. If you're used to unidirectional metal files, it'll take some getting used to the faster, bidirectional motion. I woul give it 5 stars, but they need to mark which side is which so you don't get them mixed up. It also needs a grab handle on the business end to allow 2-handed filing and reduce relieve hand stress. Regardless, I will be ordering the 300 grit as well.

  • 5
    crown file

    Posted by john hall on Jun 3, 2019

    does the job well doesn't leave chatter marks like cheap files do good tool

  • 5
    Does the job

    Posted by Brian on Oct 15, 2017

    I bought this for crowning some Jescar jumbo stainless frets I installed.
    Does the job, time will tell if it holds up for many more fret jobs, but for now its good!