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By Glen D. Huey
Page: 28

From the August 2007 issue #163
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Many of us are not hand-tool aficionados but we still need sharp tools. Nonetheless, we delay sharpening and continue to work with dull tools. That increases the chances of injuries. Or, we turn to machines to get the tools in working order.

The sharpening task became easier when Professional Tool Manufacturing, the company best known for the Drill Doctor, introduced the Work Sharp. Work Sharp is a dry sharpening system – no watery mess – that allows you to shape and hone woodworking tools using a single machine. It simplifies the process and provides repeatable results.

From the August 2007 issue #163
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