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3.2mm, for 1/4" pitch chain.
When I used it I thought I'd break the file in half with every stroke.
That file will create a Micro-C cutter profile.
 

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Since I haven't had any luck in the classifieds figured I post it here. Looking for someone to square grind some picco chain if that's something you'd be interested in going let me know. Thanks
 

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Oregon 73DX. I'm picking up a few different 3/8 chains to test and this has a really nice factory grind for a semi

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3 different 3/8, 058 semi chisel chains. Left to right
Stihl 35RM
Husqvarna S85
Oregon 73DX.
I find it interesting that they are all trying to achieve the same thing but go about it in different ways.

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3 different 3/8, 058 semi chisel chains. Left to right
Stihl 35RM
Husqvarna S85
Oregon 73DX.
I find it interesting that they are all trying to achieve the same thing but go about it in different ways.

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That Husqvarna cutter looks good, kinda like a full/semi chisel hybrid.

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IMG_6036.jpegIMG_6035.jpegIMG_6034.jpegGround this with a CBN wheel that was made to my specs. (angles). 8” wheel.
Very little material removed (fast) no dressing of wheel (faster) and I didn’t nick the tie straps even once. I like this. I will move my 6” wheel over to the RS2. It’ll probably run fine with the Sylvey’s smaller motor.
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Let us know how it cuts,
Like a demon. Ran 28” bar with the 064. Really loads the 064 up nice and makes no dust. Just fat chips. I’m getting spoiled because I ground that chain in 15 mins (about). These square ground cutters hold up so well that I don’t sharpen many chains. I’m not a pro, so I don’t cut like one. I’d be interested to know how the pros feel about it though.
I’m done. I have all the answers I need (for now). Not ready to sell service yet, but I finally feel pretty confident meeting my own needs when it comes to sharpening chains.
 
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IMG_6042.jpegIMG_6043.jpegIMG_6044.jpegIMG_6045.jpegHere are a few more pics taken after running it. It’s an aggressive chain, self feeding and seems to cut very fast. I wonder how fast it will wear. The chains I’ve ground up to now haven’t been as aggressive (based on side plate angle) and they seem to last forever. We’ll see.
 
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