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do u think this will work?
I have new carbides that i can put on put i think i'm going to take the old ones that are wore down and grind them at a angle to make my own carbides and see how they work.
 

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You are wasting your time. You will get the carbide hot and will make them brittle which will make them shatter or chip and fall out.
 

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ok thanks it was a idea
 

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Originally posted by bulldog_shotgun
[br]i think you underestimate what it takes to cut carbide.
when my dad puts new carbide on the blades for his centerless grinder, we cut it with a diamond wheel. and then silver solder it on.
Yes, I agree, carbide is extremely hard. Like you said, bout the only thing that will cut it very effectively is diamond. If you try it with anything else it will just get it hotter than hell probably.
 

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ok thanks guys probly not going to do it cause i'll put my new ones on
 
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