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post #21 of 22 Old 01-25-2019, 08:49 AM
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Small amounts of weight can make a big difference. I may not run shapers often but I do use moulders and that can get fun sometimes if the knife hasn't been sharpened properly. The up side to loose knives though is you can make your own if you do it right.



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Except for some knife sets I've bought cheap on ebay I've made my own knives ever since I bought the shaper. I've even made coping and sticking sets for cabinet doors and entry doors. I don't think I could see well enough to do that anymore.
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Except for some knife sets I've bought cheap on ebay I've made my own knives ever since I bought the shaper. I've even made coping and sticking sets for cabinet doors and entry doors. I don't think I could see well enough to do that anymore.
I've never tried to grind cope and stick to work together before....always intimidated by the need for such accuracy. I did some quick math and figured I could make more money producing product than I could grinding profiles, so I just have someone else make them for me.....but that may just be because I'm slow!

Here's a set for a job I'm going this winter.
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