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Offline Ken S

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Re: new diamond wheels D.F. 250
« Reply #30 on: January 24, 2019, 11:01:07 am »
Sigs,

You ask a very good question, and one which should generate a number of replies.As you state, it is
"a different question". Would you please repost your question again as a new topic? Both this topic and your question deserve full recognition as separate topics.

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Re: new diamond wheels D.F. 250
« Reply #31 on: January 25, 2019, 03:38:48 am »
OK - I have a different question - if you are building your business which comes first - the SJ-250, or the diamond wheels?

Unless you have a special reason for one... I'd say... none of the above.  Standard wheel will do 99.9% of the work.

I'd get a good belt sander first. ;)

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Re: new diamond wheels D.F. 250
« Reply #32 on: January 25, 2019, 03:51:22 am »
If you are serious about starting a sharpening business, I would check out Steve Bottorff's website, sharpeningmadeeasy.com, first. Steve ran a successful sharpening business for many years. He also taught an excellent one on one class. Before he retired, he produced an outstanding DVD, "Sharpening School", which is available from his website. I consider it essential training for knife sharpeners and a valuable guide in starting a business. The Tormek is Steve's workhorse; a belt grinder is also an important tool for him.

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