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#1 posted 02-14-2017 08:17 PM



Mike I looked at the sander option and conversion I think I might go that way if I can t fix my grinder. It is a throw together but it works and it is slower, 1140 RPM motor. but I buggered the threads on the arbor shaft here are pics of it
- Karda

The biggest thing I see, is that you need to build toolrest(s) to help you hold your angle with the tool being sharpened. Freehand just won’t do it.

Always remember that you want the sharpener to ALWAYS be turning/running away from you, so that you won’t get a kick-back that would throw the tool at you.

-- HorizontalMike -- "Woodpeckers understand..."


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