I have a set of cheap crapy B&Q (spits over left shoulder) router bits which
I use for rough work (the good bits I save for the final cut); they seem to
keep an edge for (roughly) the first 3.2 seconds of use (well, maybe a
little longer). Can anyone offer advice on sharpening these bits? When I
bought them I considered them to be disposable, so any extension of life
will be a bonus.
On Fri, 13 Feb 2004 18:42:12 +0000 (UTC), "Martin"
There is a good guide on this at
plus a few others in their guides series.
You can buy things like diamond sharpening stones from them as well.
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