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How can I use the file plane to extend its lifespan?

(1) In order to prevent the excessive wear of the Rasp Plane, do not use a file to cut the hard skin of the blank or the hardened surface of the workpiece, but first use other tools or the front end and side teeth of the file to process.
(2) When filing, one side of the file should be used first, and then the other side should be used after this side is blunt. Because the used cut teeth are easy to rust.
(3) Make full use of the effective working surface of the file when filing to avoid local wear.
(4) The file cannot be used as a tool for assembly and disassembly, knocking and prying to prevent the file from being broken due to the brittle material.
(5) When using plastic files and small files, the force should not be too large to prevent the knife from breaking.
(6) The file should be waterproof and oil-proof. The file is easy to rust when wet. The file is easy to slip when working with oil.
(7) During the filing process, if chips are found embedded in the filing pattern, they should be removed in time to prevent the chips from scratching the machined surface. After the file is used up, use a file brush or copper sheet to brush off the remaining chips along the file pattern to prevent rust. Never blow chips with your mouth to prevent chips from flying into your eyes.
(8) When placing the file, avoid contact with hard objects, avoid overlapping the file and the file, and prevent damage to the file.

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