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 Posted: Sun Sep 7th, 2008 04:14 pm
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I have a General drill grinding attachment



Model
8225

Part Number
6800-0335

Master Catalog Page:
33
but the instructions have been lost.  Is there an on-line source of the instructions for this device?   Thanks

 

Phil in Northwest Arkansas

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 Posted: Sun Sep 7th, 2008 06:26 pm
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Try here:

http://www.generaltools.com/Products/Original-Drill-Grinding-Attachment__825.aspx

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 Posted: Sun Sep 7th, 2008 11:13 pm
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Dongizmo wrote: Try here:

http://www.generaltools.com/Products/Original-Drill-Grinding-Attachment__825.aspx

Don

That's exactly the attachment I have, all right, and the download instrution manual on the site is just what I needed.  For some reason That page didn't turn up in my searches; thanks much for the help.  BTW I bought mine at a flea market for $3; guess that was a pretty good deal.:D

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I hope you have better luck grinding machine drills than I had with that jig. I bought what appears to be the same exact General drill sharpening jig about 30 years ago.
Mostly hit and miss sharpening. The drills over 3/16" came out better than smaller ones. None of the drills had the proper relief. Adding relief was not a problem,concentric grinding was.
For $3.00 it is certainly worth trying. I finally gave up on mine and gave it away.

mike

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