Oregon Sure Sharp Handheld Chain Sharpener

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How To Setup And Use The Oregon 575214 Sure Sharp 12V Handheld Chainsaw Chain Sharpener/Grinder

Oregon 575214 Sure Sharp 12V Handheld Chainsaw Chain Sharpener Grinder - ThumbHow To Setup Your Oregon Sure Sharp

  • The Oregon Sure Sharp kit includes three sharpening stones.
  • You want to use the largest stone that fits at the correct angle, which is parallel with the top of the tooth.
  • My chain can fit the smallest stone, but it does not contact the entire tooth, so I will be using the middle stone for my chain.
  • You want the stone to contact the entire tooth to avoid creating a shelf underneath the cutting edge.
  • Remove the guide plate to install the grinding stone.
  • Press the detent to stop the collet from turning, and tighten the collet.
  • Reinstall the guide plate.
  • To set the stone’s depth, loosen the guide plate adjustment screw, and fit the grinding stone in the chain tooth.
  • Set your depth, and tighten the guide plate adjustment screw.
1 - Three Grinding Stones Included With Kit
The Oregon Sure Sharp kit includes three sharpening stones.
2 - Use Correct Size Stone
You want to use the largest stone that fits at the correct angle, which is parallel with the top of the tooth.
3 - Too Small Of Stone Will Leave A Shelf Under The Blade
You want the stone to contact the entire tooth to avoid creating a shelf underneath the cutting edge.
4 - Install The Grinding Stone
Remove the guide plate to install the grinding stone.
5 - Tighten Collet
Press the detent to stop the collet from turning, and tighten the collet.
6 - Install Guide Plate
Reinstall the guide plate.
7 - Loosen Guide Plate Adjustment Screw
To set the stone’s depth, loosen the guide plate adjustment screw, and fit the grinding stone in the chain tooth.
8 - Set Guide Plate Depth
Set your depth, and tighten the guide plate adjustment screw.

How To Use Your Oregon Sure Sharp

  • Slightly twist the grinder toward the front of the bar to keep light pressure on the guard.
  • Work the grinding stone back and forth across the tooth to avoid uneven wear on the stone.
    • Stay within the width of the guard end to avoid hangups on the chain.
  • Depending on your chain’s life, you will need to file down the depth gauges to just below the cutting edge.
  • This can be done with a hand file or Dremel with a wide stone, do not use the supplied grinding stones. 
9 - Apply Slight Pressure To Chain
Slightly twist the grinder toward the front of the bar to keep light pressure on the guard.
10 - Work Stone Back And Forth
Work the grinding stone back and forth across the tooth to avoid uneven wear on the stone.
11 - Grind Down Depth Guage
Depending on your chain’s life, you will need to file down the depth gauges to just below the cutting edge.
12 - Use A File
This can be done with a hand file or Dremel with a wide stone.
13 - Use A Dremmel With Wide Stone
Do not use the supplied grinding stones.

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