If they are HSS they can be lapped in relatively short order. Make sure
you keep the bit flat to the stone. I do this with my HSS router bits
regularly using an old medium (I think) diamond stone. As for carbide it
can be done but will take a looooong time.
Jay Pique wrote:
On Sep 20, 12:18 am, email@example.com wrote:
I've got those same plates, but mine don't appear to be flat. I just
sharpened a Bahco scraper blade (carbide) with the extra fine (green)
card and it did a really good job. (I went across the card to avoid
the curve). I think I'm going to invest in a DMT Dia-Sharp 8000 grit
diamond stone and see just how sharp I can get those router bits. And
if it's really 8k, that'll put a great edge on chisels in no time.
Plus, it should stay flat for a long, long time. It's on the list...
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