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Great sharpening scraper how too video
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Stuart

Total Topics: 38
Total Posts: 76
Check it out...........very cool

http://www.shopnotes.com/video/video.php?clip=ScraperSharpen&speed=high&type=wmv

Sep 16, 06 | 6:22 pm
Phlytyer (Keith)

Total Topics: 37
Total Posts: 273
Stuart: Thanks for that video. Having never used a scraper, I have been looking around to see what was needed. This was excellent.

Sep 17, 06 | 3:40 am
jhowell

Total Topics: 37
Total Posts: 676
Stuart--

Great video! Scrapers are simple, inexpensive tools that work so very well.

--Jim

Sep 17, 06 | 5:22 am
Craig

Total Topics: 25
Total Posts: 58
Great video....

Sep 17, 06 | 9:27 am
Bill Cory

Total Topics: 158
Total Posts: 3584
Scrapers have become one of my favorite, most-used tools. Much more exact than files, no dust like sandpaper creates, etc.

Sep 17, 06 | 10:40 am
mbbransc

Total Topics: 13
Total Posts: 71
Hmm, I can't get it to play.

Sep 18, 06 | 6:10 am
Stuart

Total Topics: 38
Total Posts: 76
This is a streaming video that either needs to be cached in memory or downloaded in memory in total to be played. If you have a phone modem and not a high speed line, the wait maight be long enough to make you think that it doesn't work. ALso, it is a WMV file which means that if you have a Mac, unless you have the Windows media codec on your computer, forget it!

Sep 19, 06 | 8:15 am
BarryO

Total Topics: 9
Total Posts: 58
Stuart - great video. I think scrapers get a bad rap because the name is just not very sexy or manly enough...the name conjures up images of scraping a house for paint, however, the tool has so much finess to it that it is invaluable for what we do. Thanks for sharing the video.

Barry

Sep 19, 06 | 9:06 am



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