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Old 03-06-2017, 04:28 AM
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Default Slitting Saws and Dovetail Cutters sharpening

I have made two more videos available showing my grinding rests in use. They are for Slitting Saws and Dovetail Cutters.

Links to them can be found here, http://www.homews.co.uk/page224.html

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Thanks for giving it another try.

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Thanks for sharing Harald.
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Welcome back. I think the folks here would like to see what your tools do. Can you show us some lathe cutting bits you have done?
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Harold,
I am for ever grateful to the Chinese for the tooling I have and can afford, but seeing you having built two rotary tables by hand and some of the things like home made boring heads is pretty amazing.
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