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LeeMills

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#1 posted 06-13-2018 07:37 PM

I haven’t used the one in question but I have used the Nova. I see it also has a “ball and socket” at the end and on my Nova this can be difficult to keep in place. I normally have to hold it in with one finger.
Just guessing by the pic you will have to move the arm to make a relief (secondary) bevel where with the Wolverene you can just grind the first bevel, insert a block (spacer) and grind the second.
Others can correct me if this is wrong.
I do like that it can take a very large diameter tool.

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