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Posted on The Drill Doctor: Good Medicine?

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#1 posted 08-04-2011 05:50 AM

I have the Drill Dr that sharpens up to 3/4” bits and wouldnt part with it for several reasons: I can put split point grind on my metal bits which is difficult to do by hand,I can save broken off bits, and it is much quicker than hand grinding. I have resharpened/salvaged a LOT of drill bits and feel it has more than paid for itself. A pure woodworker has less need for one as metal drilling is MUCH harder on bits.

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