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Slicing Edge Sharpening System With 8" Grit Wheel and Polishing Wheel - CW1

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Part Number: CW1
Manufacturer: Sharpening Products
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"Slicing Edge Sharpening System" formerly known as Charlies Wheel of Fortune.

These make putting an edge on a knife blade quick business - if you know what you're doing (see warning below). One wheel is a type of grinding wheel and the kit comes with grease to dress it and keep it cool during use. The other wheel is a hard buffing wheel and some buffing compound is also included.

Contains sharpening wheel and polishing wheel made to fit any 1/2" shaft bench grinder. The shaft hole is 5/8" in diameter. We recommend a tapered shaft for the motor end. Use these wheels to put a professional quality, razor sharp, burr-free edge on your cutlery. Each 8" x 3/4" wheel will sharpen 300-400 knives before requiring reconditioning. Includes one CW-2 Reconditioning Kit. Easy to use. Bench grinder not included.

Please note: It is very easy to "over-sharpen" a knife and ruin it or to have a blade caught and pulled from your hand. Please don't try these wheels if you don't feel confident holding a sharp object on a fast turning wheel. The KnifeCenter assumes no responsibility for damage done to your knives or self with this tool. Please use carefully and at your own risk.

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Gary
Austin, Texas
Feb 17, 2015
Pros: Effectiveness, None
Cons: Overall Quality
Slicing Edge quality control issues. No technical support.
I mounted the wheels on a new buffer and it vibrated so much that the machine walked around. A dial indicator registered 32 thousands inch runout on the wheel with the grit and 27 on the other. A knife skipped and bounced on both. I called the technical support number on the wheel and the answer I received was that it was the buffer not the wheels. So, I took a very coarse sanding sheet and resufaced both wheels and now they run true. The grit wheel was a problem as it was like rubbing two peices of sandpaper together. After all that the system runs very smoothly and does a great job on knives. The system would be a good value if you are willing to fix the poor quality control issues.
5 out of 5
Ben G
San angelo, tx 76901
Feb 02, 2015
Pros: Durability, Ease of Use, Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Cons: None
4 out of 5
Big Al
brooklyn,ny
Dec 27, 2014
Pros: Durability, None
Cons: Effectiveness
knife sharpening
my name is"big al",i have been sharpening knives for resturants,butchers,pizza palors,bagel shops for 40 years. wanna know the best,fastest way to sharpen knives? a 4x36 belt sander using 3m ceramic belts and a tru hone sharpening machine with 400 grit wheels.i gotta laugh when see these so call "pros" with there $20,000 hollow grinders.ha! my knives are just as sharp as theirs and cost much less to sharpen per knife. thust me, the Mexicans in the resturants,pizza place don't know if you used a $90.belt sander or a $20.000 hollow grinder,he don't care! all he wants to know will the knife cut the onion,pepper,tomato. also,i don't use sharpening stones, too slow,too hit and miss.
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