|Don-Wi said: (quoted from post at 19:13:55 03/01/13) I bring ours to work, where we've got a Darex. Tons better than the drill doctor, but tons more money too. I can do just about all of our drills, which is 2 drill indexes, 1 of them containing fractional, number, and lettered drills, in less than an hour. Probably closer to a 1/2 hour.|
I can also sharpen them free hand and ussually do when the tip gets dull at the farm, but the Darex is just lots quicker, more accurate, and just does a better job.
I need to bring them in again, now that I think of it...
Donovan from Wisconsin
Only three left in stock!!! Better act fast. This is the light duty unit so it is only $1600.http://www.amazon.com/Darex-Light-Duty-Drill-Sharpener-Model/dp/B00099E1ZW
This just in
Guess who make the Drill Doctor? That is correct, Darex!http://www.drilldoctor.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2&Itemid=16 This post was edited by sflem849 at 16:29:36 03/02/13.