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    Indexing jig

    I am trying to make an indexing jig for a saw blade I am sharpening. The blad lies parallel ( horizontal) to the table. Someone out there must have a good idea I can borrow, thanks

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    Hi Joe - welcome to HomemadeTools.net

    I am going to move this into the Help Me Build subforum where it should get more attention.

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    Jig for sharpening carbide tip saw blades

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    Ok, here it is, indexer ensures each tip is in the proper places for grinding

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    Thanks Joe81abby! We've added your Saw Blade Sharpening Jig to our Sharpening category,
    as well as to your builder page: Joe81abby's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    I sure wish I saw this before I bought the junk from Harbor Freight

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe81abby View Post
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    Ok, here it is, indexer ensures each tip is in the proper places for grinding
    You might think it is a neat thing but when that grit get in all the unprotected joints, including bearings, just throw the saw in the trash. That is all it will be worth. BAD IDEA


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