Posted by Puddles on October 22, 2012 at 10:53:17 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Drill Doctor posted by SweetFeet on October 18, 2012 at 17:30:13:
Back when I was 16-years old I took 90-seconds out of my busy day and learned how to sharpen a drill bit by hand. At 17-years old I was an apprentice Millwright, can't tell you how many drill bits I've sharpened by holding a 9-inch angle grinder down with one foot. Thought I was in hog heaven what few times I ever got to use a bench grinder. When I went to work for this outfit as a weldor, most of their derricks had tool rooms, not really geared up tool rooms, but most had a bench grinder in them. I could just imagine the look on a purchasing agent face if you sent in a request to buy a Drill Doctor! :lol:
Then again it always amazed me how many construction workers can't sharpen a drill bit by hand. Work with steel all their lives, and won't take the time to learn a simple skill! :roll:
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