|Project by Davynurse||posted 09-29-2013 05:26 PM||2052 views||20 times favorited||13 comments|
This is my version of the lie-nielson jig, I just made mine a little smaller and I got rid of the part that you put your stone on because waterstones make a mess and would ruin the plywood. I set up the 4 most popular angles that I would use and the 1/8 inch thick shim will apply a 2 degree microbevel. It works like a dream, I should have made one years ago. Just scrap 1/2 inch ply wood and some scrap 3/4 inch thick oak for the stops. Took me about an hour to put together and it was worth it, take a couple hours and make your own!
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