Grinding some milling chain 10- degrees

smokinj Posted By smokinj, Aug 3, 2010 at 5:04 PM

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  1. smokinj

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    With a cyclone wheel
     
  2. thewoodlands

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    Nice video smokin, what model or make is the grinder. Oregon?
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    Thanks.

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    Why the hand file? Looks like it takes just as long to do with the grinder as it does by hand on the saw.
     
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    I like to reshape the rakers so they are sloping back (133 more cutter and 133 rakers to go!) on that chain 41 inch 135 drive lengths. I have 4 of them. Looks lke about 30sec's a drive Thats good.
     
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    Lots of cutters there. Have fun. :)
     
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    and rakers, funny when I get a customer with one 16inch chain its done in less that 5 min.
     
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