Starting a home sharpening business can be an affordable investment. Thorvie offers a variety of machines and sharpening packages to fit every entrepreneur’s needs. Whether you’re a retiree who wants to keep busy while bringing in some extra cash or someone who is looking to start or expand an existing business, we’ve got you covered.
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There are numerous ways to sharpen wood chisels. Many people sharpen them on a bench grinder, belt sander or other various ways. These methods work just fine to create a new edge on the chisel, however they are sharpened with a straight grind. When using a chisel with a straight grind, the wood wants to push straight back towards your hand.
The proper way to sharpen a chisel is with a hollow grind. A hollow grind is created by sharpening the chisel at an angle, using the edge of the grinding wheel. This removes a slightly greater amount of material in the center of the chisel surface. This causes the grinding swirls to go at an angle versus straight up the chisel. When using a chisel that has a hollow grind the cutting edge will be sharper and the wood will “pig tail” up and away from your hand.