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Re: sharpening carbide cutter
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Mike Schwing
I put it in the jig and do it by hand on an 800 grit belt. Frankly I find it to cut better if I sharpen the bevels rather than the top/flat. Also to note - I get much more effective cutting if I sharpen (on a belt) rather than use a grit that would be considered "honing" - like a 4000 grit micromesh belt for example. An absolute must is to touch that cutter up with every core or I'm just wasting time.

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