thanks for the replies.
@cozmo: I seem to remember the local shop only has a belt grinder - but you're right I'd better check again. Or I could find another shop somewhere not too far away but then I'd also have no idea about the quality etc.
@tonicusa: already sent a mail to Bataleon about bevels used in factory but no reply yet. 0/0 degrees makes sense indeed, but it's hard to tell just by looking at it.
Reason I'm thinking about the grind is that when the board is waxed/brushed you can clearly see the grind pattern but it's not uniform across the board. In some areas it's very obvious, but in others it's barely to not visible. Like it's worn out. That doesn't seem right?
Indoor mainly eats wax like crazy. And sometimes when it's overcrowded there can be spots where the concrete underneath the snow starts getting exposed casue everybody skids in the same place.
Anyway the grind is not that important, board is fast enough, but the edges really need sharpening. Edge hold on icy spots is problematic now, it used to be much better. But I did some reading on edge tuning and all in all it's something I could easily do myself - if I figure out the correct angles that is.
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