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- 7 Jul 2010
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Here: side-sharpening-and-the-sharp-skate-honing-jig-t53144.htmlHarbo":1qaqve5w said:You've shown this before?
So it is. We have you to blame for it!barkwindjammer":gk1kidea said:
Since the angle made with the stone is nice and constant, and the stone is flat, where would a curved edge come from?Digit":2ikh0sf1 said:Also, by the nature of the beast, I would expect a curved edge on the iron.
Not exactly compact, is it, and the blade clamp's a right old fiddle. Design is always about compromises.woodpig":2xtj6t0x said:Grind will be flat but the jig itself is pretty large I reckon.
I've seen such a process generate a skewed grind, since the grinding is faster at the perimeter.Digit":16x8jnb4 said:
It's not for me. I thought it could help you lot in your struggle!DTR":kpk4bjy2 said:Wears the stone unevenly, and reproducing the angle relies on the stone maintaining a constant thickness... You should learn to sharpen freehand Jacob. Try it, you'll thank me for it once you've got the hang of it.