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MonteCristo

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#1 posted 01-28-2013 08:08 PM

I had Lee Valley’s first power sharpener, which made all the copy cats look like a poor impersonation there of. I sold it because the abrasives are too damn expensive and don’t last long. And you can’t get as good an edge as you need for hand tooling. That requires a grit well in excess of 1000x. I now use a grinder, belt sander and diamond or water stones approach.

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