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- 7 Jul 2010
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I'm saying that there is only one position for the frog (co-planar with the back of the mouth etc see above). Then alter the skew on the blade to suit - basically by putting more pressure towards the side you need to remove most from as you grind at 25º with your jig..I bought this from ITS: Vaunt Honing Guide - it has a stamp on the side telling me lengths to use for 25c and 30c angles
I'm not so concerned right now about blade sharpness, just want the thing to protrude level from the sole.
Apologies, I'm a bit unclear. You're saying repositioning the frog will solve the issue? I have moved the frog forwards and backwards and each time I get the same result. But when I put a washer underneath the frog it made the blade 99% level. Is grinding the blade skew the opposite way also going to help with levelling?