I just clamp my blades into a bench clamp (one at a time) and grind away
with a big stone on my Dremel. It does not have to be pretty, just
balanced. Easy as cake. I do not get vibration and things get cut fine.
I use a hand held Dewalt grinder. I just turn a 5 gallon pail upside
down, put the blade on top, use my foot to hold it and then grind
away. If you want to be extra safe, you can fasten it in a vice
Your use of just the brand name doesn't tell me what you are using but it is
probably the same thing I use - a 4" disc hand-held angle grinder.
Yes, very easy to use. I can sharpen two blades in 5 mins. I don't
remember how much I paid for mine. They have them at HD, Lowes, etc.
My guess is about $50
Looks like a birthday present. Thanks.
I have a large 8" stone on a motor with an angled guide gig I made that
works great. It's just an old 1800 rpm motor I found in a surplus store
for 8 bucks. Bought a half inch arbor for it, mounted the stone and
mounted the motor on a board. Put a cord and start switch and that was
it. Also bought the stone at the surplus store for 4 bucks.
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