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Polishing sharpener for ironwork drill

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A convenient iron drill sharpener that allows you to easily re-polish the cutting edge of a blunted iron drill blade using an electric drill. Ironworking drill (Material: HSS steel, tip angle: 118 °, blade diameter: Φ2.0 to 12.5) For re-polishing. * Cannot be used for re-polishing iron drill blades or concrete drills with tips that have broken, chipped, or bent cutting edges.
* Hexagonal axis drill cannot be used.
* Be sure to wear protective equipment when using as there is a risk of injury.
Abrasive Grain Size:  100
Recommended Operating Speed (min-1 [rpm]):  2000~3500
Specification:  Right rotation
Range to Use (mm):  Φ2.0~12.5(5/64~1/2inch)
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  1. Interior work
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    60%
    Easy to hold and easy to use can be evaluated. There is only practice for polishing. It seems that not everyone can do it well from the beginning.
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  2. the expendables
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    60%
    It is cheaper than mass retailers, but structurally it can be used firmly.
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  3. Too much scraping
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    20%
    The part hit by the drill wears, but the shape has changed too much and it did not look the way I expected.
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  4. When servicing your own tools (drill polishing)
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    60%
    It seems to be easy to use if it is thick to some extent, but it is not so good for thin drills. The angle can be easily determined, but it still requires some tips. It's not something that anyone can use.
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  5. Polishing the tip of a drill for steel
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    40%
    I would like an explanation about the direction of rotation and speed to be used. A drill with a hexagonal shaft is difficult to set and hard to polish, but it is better than no sharpening.
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  6. Drill polishing
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    40%
    Unfortunately I couldn't sharpen it well. I didn't expect much because it's cheap, but is there anyone who can sharpen it well?
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  7. Drill blade sharpening.
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    40%
    The bearing part is weak and shakes when centered. When supporting the drill and this product, it is necessary to support the head on the grindstone side. It is disposable because there is no replacement whetstone.
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  8. Machine maintenance
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    100%
    It will not be a new sharpness, but it will be a decent sharpness. However, it took some getting used to.
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  9. Sharpen the drill
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    100%
    If you can't cut it quickly and easily, you can sharpen it immediately on site.
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  10. Drill polishing
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    20%
    I bought it as a trial to see if it could be drilled with such a cheap item, but I couldn't use it because it wasn't used properly. Please tell me how to use it.
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