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    Quote Originally Posted by JRouche View Post
    Once again. Many opinions re: hand grinding but no answer to the question.. Oh well, I guess that means no plans. JR
    Someone was kind enough to send me a PM and offer some plans. I haven't gotten back to them yet because I've been sort of swamped - in a retired sort of way - I had to cut my afternoon nap short !!! However, since they offered in PM I'm not going to "out" them, except to say that there are nice people out there and "thanks".

    Dan

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    https://app.box.com/s/qi7pa57yqtubniwfwlxjrpgr6frlakc0

    A macro photo of the drills sharpened today with the
    Sears Craftsman 6677 drill grinding attachment.

    Taken with the vintage SMC Pentax -M 1:4 100mm Dental Macro lens with the red magnifier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat2go View Post
    https://app.box.com/s/qi7pa57yqtubniwfwlxjrpgr6frlakc0

    A macro photo of the drills sharpened today with the
    Sears Craftsman 6677 drill grinding attachment.

    Taken with the vintage SMC Pentax -M 1:4 100mm Dental Macro lens with the red magnifier.
    Nice photo and nice looking grind job. The one on the far left must be ground down a ways to a thicker web and would probably be happier with a web thinning. That's for others since I'm sure you already know that.
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