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Microplane

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Microplane, based in Russellville, Arkansas, started out in 1990 as a new type of woodworking tool. What makes these tools unique is the process used to produce their razor-like edges. The process, known as photo-etching, creates holes by dissolving the metal with a chemical, leaving edges that finely slice rather than tear or shred.

Microplane rasps and rotary shapers effortlessly cut through hard and soft surfaces without tearing or shredding.