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See it in Motion: Grind a Parting Tool

comments (1) November 14th, 2012 in blogs, videos

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Video Length: 0:29
Produced by: Ken St. Onge


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Grinding a Parting Tool Requires a Delicate Balance

In Fine Woodworking #231, FWW author Peter Galbert offers tips on how to sharpen his four essential turning tools. Used to cut straight, accurate diameters, like the ends of tapers or the shoulders of tenons, the diamond parting tool is the only one that needn't be honed. In this short video, Galbert demonstrates his grinding technique. For even more information on how to sharpen your turning tools, be sure to check out his article, Get an Edge on Turning.



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6tenths 6tenths writes: What kind of delicate balance is there in hogging off metal until it turns blue on a grinder that is running at to high of an rpm. I guess if your not concerned about the integrity of the chisel it's ok.
Posted: 1:04 am on December 15th

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