Sharpening

Here’s what I use for sharpening.

Planes

Chisels

Saws

Molding Planes

Auger Bits

Sharpening & Honing Gouges

Resources

Grinder set at 25 degrees. I put light pressure on the blade with my right thumb and lightly press with the fingers on my left hand close to the edge.   I use my fingers to feel when the blade is getting too hot.

Grinder set at 25 degrees. I put light pressure on the blade with my right thumb and lightly press with the fingers on my left hand close to the edge. I use my fingers to feel when the blade is getting too hot.

VIDEO – Tricks-in-Action: Plane Blade Cambering Jig

Sharpening Tips with Richard Leon – video (make your own camber on a Veritas straight jig)

Paul Sellers – How to sharpen chisels with diamond stones

PORTER-CABLE 8″ Variable Speed Bench Grinder.

Turing Up a Bench Grinder

Sharpening Skewed blades

Blade Sharpening

The skew rabbet plane blade has a 22° skew and is ground with a 30° bevel.  Since the blade is installed bevel down, the cutting angle is determined by the bed angle; in this case, 45°.

Tormek

2 Responses to Sharpening

  1. Charles Kwakye says:

    Gt. shop woman. Good Job sister.

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