I got the brochue for the True-Cut Blade Sharpener today. It is basicly a small milling machine that mills the blade straight across. It does not hollow ground the blade. Sounds good, right? Heres the down side: it costs $1295.
You can buy a used Bridgeport milling machine for less money that will have a lot more use that will do the same thing as the Tru-Cut.You will just have to make a fixture to hold the blade.<p>Save your self the agravation and buy a dedicated blade grinder.
For $400 you can get the RBG dedicated grinder, go to search, and put in sharpen and you will see all sorts of posts on this subject.<br><p>----------<br><a href="http://pages.prodigy.net/eric.erickson/">Eric@ELM</a><br>The Grass is always Greener on the other side of my competitors fence