Good for blades up to 15-3/4". Has anyone used one before?
I got the 120V motor operated chain saw sharpener from them - looks like a
small chop saw. It really didn't sharpen my chains all that well but the
indexing mechanism kept the cutting geometry consistent (especially after
the chain hit dirt) so I could finish it off by hand file to a nice sharp
edge. Well worth the money.
Got mine today & is surprisingly a good unit!
Main negative issue is it lacks fine adjustments, but what do you expect
for the price.....
By "loosening & tapping" it can be dialed in quite well, patience is
required (as is with most Horrible Fright tools).
Probably not a tool for ones with no experience using a blade sharpener,
but otherwise very usable & actually has tight tolerances and not much
slop. Very easy to bring back a semi-dull blade but would take alot of
time to revive a really bad one but who lets them get that bad anyway?
As usual the instructions are worthless & the picture on the box shows
it set up incorrectly. Scary how good the low-end Chinese crap is
becoming, but they still have a ways to go.
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