Happy grinding

19 March 2008

Sharpening chisels and plane irons should no longer be a chore thanks to the new Slidegrinder, claims its manufacturer.

The automatic device works as an attachment to a standard bench grinder, is suitable for flat blades up to 65mm and has a variable speed motor. The Slidegrinder also has reset pressure adjustment, giving the user complete control and it requires no coolants.

Its creator David Seear said the product's precision accuracy resulted in less wear on blades.

“Finally tradesmen and woodworking enthusiasts can now achieve and enjoy professional results that come with accurately ground blades,” Seear added. n For more information see www.slidegrinder.co.uk

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