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Plane Iron Sharpening Jig

comments (2) April 2nd, 2011 in Jigs

cape_shop cape_shop, member
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While sharpening a plane iron the other day, I made a simple jig to produce the desired angle.  I simply cut a block of hardwood to the desired angle and fastened the plane iron to the block with a wood screw and some washers.  It worked well, and the hardwood did not clog the stone as one might expect.  In fact, after oil is absorbed, it works as well as one of the more expensive options.  I am making several for the different angles required on some specialty planes.



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Comments (2)

Bob817 Bob817 writes: I like it!
Posted: 4:38 pm on August 20th

pitbully pitbully writes: Great idea cape_shop.
Posted: 7:26 am on June 11th

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