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Started by Sharpco, February 24, 2021, 10:10:52 AM
Quote from: Ken S on February 24, 2021, 08:01:27 PMGood question, Sharpco.I wasn't sure about the answer, so I emailed Stig. Here is his reply:Hi Ken,The vibrations that can occur between a wheel and tool when sharpening on a high angle is what can damage any type of wheel with CBN or diamond. So it doesn't matter if it's CBN or Diamond. A careful user will most likely have no issues on either type of wheels but there is a risk, like on the regular stones, that something might happen if the user is not concentrated on the task.StigKen
Quote from: Ken S on February 25, 2021, 12:49:42 PMSharpco, you're very welcome.With all the hype about diamond and CBN wheels, it is easy to forget that the "Original" wheels may actuallybe better at some things. I think that for those planning to replace their SG-250 with a different wheel, it is wise to make the replacement with some usable abrasive on the SG for circumstances like scissors.Ken
Quote from: Ekrem on March 03, 2023, 08:35:30 AMHi.Ive a t8 sharpening machine. Im planning on installing it in my van and i need to know what type of battery and inverter i need, but to do that i need the start up current of this machine.Ive tried looking and tried testing myself but i havent had any luck
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