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Here is a simple to make jig for sharpening chisels, a pity that I didn't think of it.
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won't that change the temper of the metal???
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won't that change the temper of the metal???
It's no different to using a grinding wheel of the same grit, is it Stick?

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I don't use a grinding wheel..
Tormek or Veritas MkII..

those sanding disks generally turn a lot faster than a grinder...

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Yes, you'll quickly overheat a chisel on a sanding disk like that.

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+1 for the MKII. Little chance of over heating.

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Shopsmith has a similar jig but you also have speed control..500rpm recommended I think..

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quench often and don't try to take too much at a time. This would just be for removing nicks. I do however recommend using a water-cooled slow speed grinder like the Tormek but they are pricy.
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quench often and don't try to take too much at a time. This would just be for removing nicks. I do however recommend using a water-cooled slow speed grinder like the Tormek but they are pricy.
Iím sure liking the idea of a water cooled system . I didnít know they existed

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Iím sure liking the idea of a water cooled system . I didnít know they existed
The Tormek systems run from around $440 to over $800 depending on different units and add-ons.

You can also get a WEN https://www.homedepot.com/p/WEN-10-i...B&gclsrc=aw.ds

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