|Forum topic by D_Allen||posted 10-28-2011 03:41 AM||2833 views||1 time favorited||1 reply|
10-28-2011 03:41 AM
OK, here it is…but keep the laughter to a low roar!
I knew I was going to have to sharpen the tools. All of the reading about turning lead to the fact.
The second image is an adjustable toolrest with a miter bar slot. I then constructed a holder for the 1” skew.
This is the edge on one side after sharpening.
This is how it looked before when I tried to freehand it….not too good and it was not straight across prior to the other side being sharpened.
I always like to prototype these things to see what works. Now I will make a block for the other end of the gray aluminum plate for the other side and opposite angle. This should also work for the 1/2” skew.
Got questions…bring em on!
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