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The Work Sharp WS2000 is a precision grinder and sharpener designed to restore tools you already own, such as gasket scrapers, wood chisels, cold chisels, putty knives, mower blades, axes and much more. Air-cooled dry sharpening system uses slotted wheels for adhering PSA abrasives. Precise and repeatable 25deg sharpening port for blades up to 1 5/8in.W. Slotted wheel allows user to see through as edge is sharpened. Forced air cooling and sharpening port heat sink enable higher material removal rates without affecting steel temper. Offers coarse grinding to micro-fine honing. Includes 8-pc. abrasive kit. U.S.A.
Quick, Consistent Sharpening
Precision tools like small chisels are extra tricky to sharpen freehand on large, rough wheels. That's why the chisel sharpening port on the WS2000 is so innovative. This port, which handles blades up to one and 5/8-inches, makes it incredibly easy to sharpen the bevel on small tools from underneath the wheel.
A hold-down bar ensures that you get a strong, consistent bevel edge with a perfect 25-degree angle. This means you avoid lengthy set-up times and the frustration of setting a jig before each sharpening.
An adjustable alignment fence in the port keeps your tool square during sharpening, and when you pull the tool back out of the port, a diamond abrasive automatically removes the burr on the back of the tool for a clean finish and a sharp edge.
Convenient Sharpening Options
For working with bigger tools, the Work Sharp WS2000 features a conveniently placed tool rest that makes it easy to hold larger blades in place as you sharpen and grind them freehand on the top of the wheel.
The horizontal grinding wheel of the WS2000 provides a larger grinding area and better control than a traditional vertical grinding wheel. And you don't have to worry about tools kicking back because you are grinding on a surface that's moving away from you.
When it comes time to sharpen contoured tools, you can slip an innovative slotted Edge-Vision wheel onto the WS2000. This lets you look through the wheel to see the edge of the tool you are sharpening, taking the guesswork out of maintaining lathe tools and other curved or v-shaped blades. Plus, the Edge-Vision wheel is made of a durable high-impact thermoplastic blend that won't change shape or wear down over time.
Safe, Mess-Free Operation
This unique sharpener runs at about 1/4 the speed of a traditional bench grinder, so your work surface doesn't heat up as much. Combined with an air-cooled heat sink design, this helps ensure that your tools don't overheat, preserving the sharpness of your edge and ensuring that you don't ruin the temper of steel tools, all without the mess of a traditional, high-end wet sharpening system.
And if you share a workspace with your family or coworkers, you can be confident that the Work Sharp's safety lock-out will prevent accidental use.
This Work Sharp tool is backed by a full two-year warranty.
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What's in the Box
Tool sharpener/grinder, two slotted Edge-Vision wheels, an instructional DVD, and seven abrasives: three solid abrasives and four slotted abrasives, all either P80 or P220.
Works well, especially if you buy the knife sharpener (sold separately) for it...it takes up very little space on my work bench, and it's always there to sharpen my chisels and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Admiral34SBD
I've had this for about a year now and really like it. It is so easy to use that I keep my tools much sharper than I used to because it only takes a few seconds to perfect the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This really works great, versatile easy to use for the most part. I got the knife sharing attachment. Read morePublished 5 months ago by SPencer Bartsch
All except for being under powered this is excellent for home hackingPublished 5 months ago by Dissatisfied consumer
I had just set up my WS2000 with a fine disc on the top. For my first test I had a 2" chisel that was too wide for either port so I had to use the tool rest. Read morePublished 6 months ago by STEVE RULSEH