I dont have one but i can see it dosent sharpen the chain in they way a chain is normally sharpened. I wouldnt want to use one ever.Lots of stuff there MarshallPowerGen, thanks for sharing.
Anyone use one of those bump chainsaw chain sharpeners? The kind the you stick your tip into then push, and supposedly it sharpens pretty nicely? The one linked is less than 5 bucks, which makes me want to try it but I haven't seen anyone talk about it so I assume it can't be great.
I have 2 cordless sawzals . They are ceap ones . Yes they are handy but ones battery is about gone and the saw is old. The other has charger problems. The sawzal and drills are handy and not that high for a cheaper one that will do what i need. I worked at a place that was all messed up when it came to grinders . They had some grinders and some guys had there own . It went back and forth on if you needed to have your own then they finly said and did provide grinders. They never had any die grinders and i needed one . I cant remember the brand but they had a warrenty . I would buy one when it gave out take it back one time then when that one gave out i would buy one and start over.If you expect to have more projects that can justify the cost then cordless could be worthwhile. Air die grinders are nice because they are smaller but you still need a decent compressor. I know a few guys that several of the cheap imports, $20-$30. They don't last very long but are cheap to replace. Name brands are much better... if the shop supplies them. I worked in one shop where they wanted you to supply your own grinders. It's pretty rare a welding shop doesn't supply the power tools. Buying a $20 die grinder because the shop is too cheap to get one is one thing but with a grinder you need a name brand if you expect to last more than a week.