- Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 2.5 x 2.5 cm
- Shipping Weight: 2.6 Kg
- Item model number: 310-120
- ASIN: B00Y0S84WE
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Dec 13 2016
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #24,958 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Oregon 310-120 Bench Mounted Mini Saw Chain Grinder
|Price:||CDN$ 167.85 FREE SHIPPING.|
- Compact alternative to full-sice bench grinders for occasional users
- Includes two grinding wheels for sharpening 1/4", 3/8" Low Profile, .325", .325, 3/8" and .404" pitch chain, a dressing brick and a quick template.
- Runs on standard 115-Volt Power
- Single phase, direct-drive, one-way, 120V, 60Hz, 0.6A, 85W, 4600 RPM, 0.11 HP motor.
- Manual chain clamping vise.
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This Oregon Mini Bench Mount Chain Grinder is a compact alternative to full-size bench grinders that delivers precision results in a very small space. Includes two grinding wheels for sharpening of 1/4", 3/8" Low profile, .325", 3/8" and .404" pitch chain. Volts: 115-AC, Hertz:60HZ Amps: 3amp, Watts: 85, Rated RPM: 5,000, Horsepower: 0.11, wheel size: 4-1/8" and a One-way motor operation for safety.
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It does an OK job of sharpening the chain. It does come with two wheels, 1/8 and 3/16. That's a big plus. The wheel arm doesn't have excessive play, so it holds the wheel in a relatively stable position.
It does take some practice to get a good grind on the chain tooth. Practice on a chain that is almost gone if you have one. It takes some pretty precise adjustments to get the grind correct. Just because you have adjusted things properly for one chain doesn't mean that those same adjustments will work for another chain. The horizontal tooth grind position will vary depending on the chain and the number of times that chain has been sharpened. So, if all you are doing is sharpening your one and only chain, the second time will still require some adjustment. The vertical depth can vary between chains as well.
With all the required adjustments I'm not sure it it is easier than sharpening by hand. It probably does a more consistent job than by hand because the angles are all the same. The depth of the cut (horizontal adjustment) is probably more consistent too. Is the sharpen job better than by hand? Probably, unless you are good at hand sharpening.