Cold Chisel

The Cold Chisel's cutting edge is shaped on a grinder.

General Guidelines
Comments
60° - 70° If grinding this on a high speed grinder, be sure to manage the temperature so that the temper is not lost due to overheating.


Notes & Comments
  • If grinding this on a high speed grinder, be sure to manage the temperature so that the temper is not lost due to overheating.
    • If there is a carbide insert, DO NOT cool by dipping in water. This will cause the carbide to crack due to shocks.
    • Otherwise, cool by dipping as needed in water.

  • A great general reference is the U.S. War Department's TM 9-867 Maintenance and Care of Hand Tools.


Tormek Tool Rest SVD-110
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Remember : The goal of sharpening is to produce sharp tools, and these tools can injure you if mishandled. Safety measures should be followed to protect yourself and those in your shop. Be sure to read and follow all instructions from the manufacturer, and and utilize proper safety equipment. Never consume alcohol or anything that could impair your judgement before sharpening tools, or using sharp tools. Comments can be sent via eMail to me at SharpeningHandbook@Gmail.com.