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Kirk Deheer Sharpening Demystified DVD

Sharpening Demystified DVD
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Sharpening Demystified DVD

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    with Kirk DeHeer
    In Sharpening Demystified, Kirk offers a thorough explanation of the process of sharpening basic turning tools including jigs and freehand sharpening. In addition, Kirk covers advanced sharpening techniques and provides valuable information on grinders and various types of grinding wheels.
  • 102 minutes

  • Includes:
    DVD
    Quick-start guide
    Downloadable diagrams
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Technically a 5-star, but for the Editing

Comments On Apr 30, 2019:Lots and lots of good solid information, presented in an easy to follow and understand way. Mostly good camera work, very good, clear drawings. It lost a star because of the really poor editing. Too often the end of a sentence would be cut off. On more than one occasion, what Kirk was saying was wiped out totally and someone else did a voice-over to but back what was lost. Bottom line - try to ignore the editing issues, this is the best thing I have seen on sharpening. It even goes into how to sharpen a chain saw and thread chasing tools.

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Gain a Keen Edge

Comments On Nov 19, 2013:I had been unable to get the edge I needed on my tools to relieve a lot of frustration. After watching this video a couple of times I realized what I was doing wrong and what I was not doing. Sharper tools have made turning fun again! This video is well worth the money. I would give it 5 stars for information. Technically it is not as smooth as some, but that is really a minor consideration.

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