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How To Sharpen A Chisel Incredibly Sharp For $25 / Scary Sharp Sharpening Method For Chisels

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Sharp chisels are safe chisels and saving money is awesome. Today I’m going over a scary sharp sharpening kit that will give you ridiculously sharp cutting edges on your chisels.

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20 COMMENTS

  1. Question for you on burning a tabletop, the tabletop is sanded before the burning do you do a light sanding again before polyurethane

  2. Great video as always. This buddy definetely knows how to save your money and give you tips! Thumb up for the great presentation!

  3. Hi, I am a woodworking tool manufacturer and I want to find someone who is proficient in woodworking tools to test my products. Use the camera to record the process of using the tools I provided to do woodwork, and explain the features and benefits of my product.
    In return, I can provide free tools or money.

  4. Nice concept. However, the "wheel" on the chisel holder isn't machined too well (sometimes has a burr) and can damage the lapping film. It's generally a good idea to give it a finishing pass on the lathe or to make a wheel from nylon stock. WD40 doesn't do much for the honing process. It's an anti-corrosion product, not a lubricant. You can use baby oil or plant-based lamp oil (the non-toxic variant) and save some money. Also, any chisel should be checked for flatness before you sharpen it…

  5. Are 'scary sharp', 'insanely sharp" and 'ridiculously sharp' legitimate gradations of sharpness? And is there a method by which I can determine the current sharpness level of my tools to know whether they can be improved?

  6. Concise and on target. You've covered the full breadth of your goal in this presentation. Now I know why it's called "Inspire" Woodcraft.

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