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    I finally got around to using a bit Nelson sharpened. This is right out of the machine with no cleanup. I think better than a new bit.
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    Thanks for the report, looks like I'll be using his service!

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    As a test, I have 32.5 hrs, on each bit on each machine. I just finished a 5 1/2 hr carve today and it looked very good, with no heat transfer to the truck.
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    For those who were wondering what service cestout is reporting on I think it's; Nelcyn Grinding Service at http://www.nelcyn.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by cestout View Post
    I finally got around to using a bit Nelson sharpened. This is right out of the machine with no cleanup. I think better than a new bit.
    Clint
    That does look excellent, Clint!
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    This is the finished last supper project, 5 1/2 hrs, on one of the resharpened bits, working great.
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    Yes, that is him.
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    whats the ballpark figure to get the bits resharpen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaustin View Post
    whats the ballpark figure to get the bits resharpen?
    I think someone already said it's $8 per bit
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    Just had three of the 1/6 carving bits sharpened. Great service, quick turnaround. $8 per bit with a $25 minimum plus s&h. Also in passing found he has access to new bits at a good price. Just the bit without any adaptor, not sure if other bits might be available.
    Contact him at the above website if you have any questions.
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