Twist drill sharpener/ing

  1. Memmeddu

    Memmeddu Member

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    So he practically use to destroy drills
     
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  2. mtt.tr

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    Try carving chisels.
     
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  3. Ali

    Ali Member

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    Then try turning chisels
     
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  4. nickk Forum Supporter

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    019D07D6-BE64-40B2-8251-106B39545682.jpeg 9692C22A-A9F1-451E-8856-F1F492A66CE2.jpeg Here’s a few of my L/H bits,I bought them because my big machine is worn and noisy in FWD ,quiet as a mouse in REV,got them via a recommendation from TRACY TOOLS ,mainly use them on stainless as the durations longer.
     
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  5. Memmeddu

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    I want one of these
     
  6. Wedg1e

    Wedg1e They call me Mr. Bodge-angles

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    Just reverse the motor :whistle:
     
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  7. mtt.tr

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    Then internal scribing chisels
     
  8. Memmeddu

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    Try carbide
     
  9. Wedg1e

    Wedg1e They call me Mr. Bodge-angles

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    OK... try sharpening a bandsaw blade using a 9" angle grinder with a masonry disc, wearing a no.15 welding shade and boxing gloves, on a foggy day, while bouncing on a Spacehopper, on top of a waterbed, on a trampoline :D

    :whistle:

    I didn't say I could do it
     
  10. Memmeddu

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    I think that might be possible using some sort of gyroscope stabilization device :D
     
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  11. Hopefuldave Intergalactic pot-mender

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    In desperate times, a concrete cutting diamond impregnated angle grinder disc (when you've bought the wrong size...) dragged edge-on against the wheel dresses it pretty well and very quickly.

    Dave H. (the other one)
     
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