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Oneway coring system sharpening jig screw

Discussion in 'Woodturning Discussion Forum' started by Roger Wiegand, Mar 16, 2020.

  1. Roger Wiegand

    Roger Wiegand

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    I just bought a used coring setup, unfortunately the box broke in shipment and some small parts are missing. Does anyone know what the screw is that holds the bit onto the sharpening jig? It's smaller than the one that holds the bit onto the cutter and must fit down into the cutter to avoid being ground off when sharpening the top. I don't have anything that fits the hole-- metric perhaps? I don't see replacements on the Oneway web site.
     
  2. Dennis J Gooding

    Dennis J Gooding

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    Roger, I cannot directly answer your question. However Oneway has a very good reputation for handling customer service calls.
     
  3. Joe Kaufman

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    My sharpening jig came with a 4-40 X1/2" round head philips screw.
     
  4. Leo Van Der Loo

    Leo Van Der Loo

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    Here is the size mentioned by Oneway instructions
    Cutter sharpening.jpg
     
  5. Roger Wiegand

    Roger Wiegand

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    Thanks! I'll need to hunt up those instructions too-- on the website I assume? I'm awaiting some new taller posts from Oneway to actually give this a try-- I'm sure I'll be back with questions even after watching all the youtube videos!
     
  6. Doug Freeman

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    You might have to go to a gunsmith for a 4-40 screw.
     
  7. Roger Wiegand

    Roger Wiegand

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    McMaster-Carr-- steel, brass, or two different grades of stainless, a half dozen head types, delivered tomorrow. Gotta love 'em!
     

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