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#1 posted 01-28-2013 06:51 PM

Bob-
I’ve actually been leaning more towards something like what you descibed. I’ve done a lot of woodworking and carpentry through out my career. I understand why some people lean towards a very methodical precise method such as a lot of videos I’ve seen on here and youtube. But honestly the main goal is to have a sharp edge, hinse the micro bevel, quick and easy to resharpen. Doing this quick and easily by hand and fixing periododically with the jig to correct a couple degrees just makes more sense and will make it so I’m more inclined to run to the stone if I need a better edge. Sharper tools are my intent and I’m sure that if it takes a long process, duller tools will be the result.


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