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Posted on Sharpening "throw away" planer blades

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#1 posted 04-13-2009 11:29 PM

Have the Dewalt too. To get a really good sharpening job around here was about the same as buying new blades (remember , you’re looking at 3 blades, 2-12.5 inch cutting surfaces per blade, which equals 75 inches of cutting surface) Even if you do your own sharpening IMHO you’ll have fewer problems simply buying new since you can’t adjust the position of the blade. Or sell the Dewalt and buy a new planer with regular blades.


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