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4/15/2004

Tool And End Mill Sharpener

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The Cuttermaster tool sharpener provides in-house sharpening of end mills, roughing end mills, ball nose end mills, spiral router bits, taps, countersinks, radius end mills, HSS tools, reamers, drills and other cutting tools. According to the company, this simple machine has the versatility and rigidity of a full size universal tool and cutter grinder.

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