Posted by BillS on June 23, 2017 at 10:50:02:
Has anyone experienced this? Gleason 104 sharpening machine states that "Blade diameters must be within +/- 0.001 else a step in the root will be left.
A client's experience requires that the lower blade dia must be .007/.010 smaller than that of the upper blade to avoid a step. He has multiple 104 coniflex machines and they all require the blade diameter difference to avoid a step.
He asked me if that made sense, so I must rely on the expertise of you folks to answer this one.
Can anyone relate to this oddity?
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