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05-11-2013 04:02:33
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The Dewalt blades are thin so I do both edges for the same price as a 12 inch single edge.I have been sharpening planer blades since 1973.My grinder is limited to 1/4 inch thick and 20 inch long blades.Little sharpening done now.You can touch up blades with hand stone in the head but they get very uneven.




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 Re: sharpening planner blades. in reply to 36 coupe, 05-11-2013 04:02:33  
36 coupe,
What kind of grinder do you have? Where did you get it? Can you post a pic? Want to sell it? How do you sharpen with a stone?
George



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 Re: sharpening planner blades. in reply to George Marsh, 05-11-2013 06:40:49  
I used a Belsaw sharp All for many years but it was limited to 12 inch blades.The big grinder came from Wilke Machinery Co in PA.Friend was buying a planer and the grinder was offered for 150 bucks if bought with planer.I paid the 150 and my share of the trucking.Its an import with no name.Crude but does good work.Not for sale.I use it to sharpen my planer blades.You can sharpen with a round axe stone enough to finish a job but the blades will be uneven.It shows up when you grind the blades.

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