| Bone file is an instrument that is used to cut, shape or make bones smooth i.e. file them. It is especially effective on crude and hard tissues that are encountered during surgery. Another name for it is Bone Rasp. Bone files come in different sizes and coarseness (or fineness) depending upon the bone to be dealt with. Some are even equipped with cutting teeth as sometimes fine cutting is required before filing. They may have one end or two, depending upon the make. They have a price range of $50 to $60. Pakistan, Indonesia, China and The United States are the major manufacturers.