|Project by ChuckM||posted 10-18-2009 08:56 PM||21381 views||30 times favorited||9 comments|
Summer made a come back after the record breaking – 16 C (3.2 F) temperature last Monday – the weekend was 14 C (57 F). I spent an afternoon finishing a few projects including this shop-made sharpening jig for my spindle and bowl gouges. You can use it with the Wolverine Vee pocket or simply make your own V- pocket. All you need are: T nuts, bolts, scarp wood, washers, wing nut,and two stripes of friction tapes. I’ll replace the carriage bolt once I get my hand on a better knob.
I tried the jig with a cheap spindle gouge before I used it on my regular gouges.
If you want to make a different but similar purpose version of fingernail grind sharpening jig, check out this article:
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