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Default Tool Sharpening equipment?

"coffelt2" wrote in message news:...
Looking for advise here. There have been threads here about lathe tool
and I think Ive read them all. For 6 or 7 years.
I see Grizzly has an 8" wet grinder with a leather strop (?) wheel.


I've got, and use, an 8", high speed tool post grinder, and had been
thinking of a finer grit stone, but a good stone costs almost as much as
I paid for the whole grinder. The darn thing is just too fast and
for my level of experience. especially trying to eyeball grind a good
grind (I think some here call it) Once in a while I hit it right, and then
turning is just so much fun it is hard to stop!

What do you think? I hope to coax SWMBO to stop by Bellingham
Grizzly showroom with me next week.

Old Chief Lynn

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