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Kreegan

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534 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: jig tip

I just saw this on the Lee Valley site and am about to order it. Looks like just what I was looking for.

http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?cat=1,43072,43086&p=70465


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#1 posted 534 days ago

sweet…..

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#2 posted 533 days ago

Let us know how it works out.

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#3 posted 533 days ago

Ordered mine this morning.

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#4 posted 532 days ago

Mine shipped yesterday. Should be here Thursday. I have a couple of panel saws I need to sharpen, so I’ll let ya’ll know how it works.

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#5 posted 532 days ago

I hope you have a saw set.

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#6 posted 532 days ago

I have 3 saw sets: a vintage Disston Triumph and the 2 modern Somax saw sets. I prefer the Somaxes.

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#7 posted 532 days ago

Have fun and enjoy .I can’t sharpen my saws and buy disposable saws and use otherwise Japanese speciality saws which I like very much.Alistair

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#8 posted 532 days ago

Why do you need a filing guide?

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Kreegan

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#9 posted 532 days ago

Consistency mostly. Freehanding is inconsistent until you get a lot more practice and experience. I have a couple of little wood blocks that I’ve used so far, following Ron Herman’s example. This looks more accurate and user friendly, and will hopefully give me more consistent results.

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