coleslaw1000: Shouldn't need to put that much downward pressure on it
BirchMapleResearch: Look on Ebay for carbide knife sharpener for the blade sharpening tool.The
Motor is a (Tanaka engine drill) is attached to the auger by a special
adapter that is made by Ron Osterland in Michigan=look on ebay he has them
allmaster74: Can you give link to buy this one in Ebay or anywhere else? Is it usefull
for commercial sharpening? Answer pls. Hi from Russia/))
paulmalaterre1: is that engine a weed eater
paulmalaterre1: is the engine a weed eater
TheNewportKid: @MNLoveOutdoors this sharpener is just a regular carbide knife sharpener
that could be purchased at about any hunting/fishing store.
MindDIVErsity: I got the Mora blade sharpener today. I used to sharpen the blade using
knife grinding stone at home. I think this new one will become more handy
on the ice.
Michael Thao: how much pressure should you be using?
GNBrews: You need to be careful when sharpening, and only remove material from the
side of the blade that faces up when it's against the ice....leaving a bit
of a "burr" that faces down onto the ice. If you use a regular carbide
knife sharpener, it will sharpen both sides of the blade, which will make
it extremely hard to use.
MNLoveOutdoors: Is this the tool you can buy at some stores that are made from
Mora,designed intentionally to just sharpen mora ice auger blades?
Chef de NYC: Thanks! I'm more info ultrasound type of work. I learn most of the stuff myself online. Just only recently start looking for a school to make things "official". Hehe