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Old 05-23-18, 02:07 AM   #13
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We use hard facing rods to re-build the cutting surface on our wood chipper knife. first is the actual factory metal, then an intermediate rod of tougher, harder material, followed by the hard facing rod, then some time on the wetstone. this seems to work quite nicely, and chips up buckthorn for much longer before it goes dull again. DC SMAW tombstone welding like a good farmer.
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