|Project by horsch||posted 588 days ago||2609 views||21 times favorited||10 comments|
I saw the Deulen sharpening jig a while ago and was really taken by its simplicity. When I came upon this post I knew I had to make one. Thanks to Woodshaver and the drawing he includes in his post it was a snap. The only thing i would add to his instructions is to drill the pilot holes for the screws before you cut the beveled slots for the blades. I did this out of order and had a bit of cleaning up to do in the grooves due to tearout from the drill bit. I may have gone a bit overboard with the screw holes, but I figure this gives me a bit more flexibility and saves me from having to make two of these for my 13” planer and my 6” jointer. For finish I put on a few coats of Waterlox. Not much else to say except don’t put this one off, go make one for yourself. Thanks for looking.