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#1 posted 07-11-2011 05:37 PM

I tried using a cheap general 1” sander as a substitute and built my own jigs. It did not work well. I found that it was too easy to round off edges. Too much deflection between the belt and platten.

I got a cheap grinder from woodcraft and bought the wolverine system. Got way better results.

BTW the sharpening DVD from Mike Darlow shows several systems and it is very good. It does not show this system.

The Leonard Lee sharpening DVD refers to a 1” sander as a solution but does not show it used much.

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