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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-01-2019, 02:46 AM Thread Starter
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Default Jig for sharpening jointer/planer blades

I came across this simple jig today.
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Harry, that would be so easy to make. Is that jig your or a picture of another?

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Unfortunately I can't take credit for it Don.

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Interesting but a link would be great.
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reverse engineer from the photo...
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Don't need to when I can get this for not so much....$57.52 and it fits my Mark 7 Shopsmith which gives me total speed control.
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that does turning tools...
the pic in this thread shows for planer blades...
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Nice simple jig...thanks for sharing, Harry...
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I made a jig like in Harry's post, and it works great!
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Unfortunately I can't take credit for it Don.
Is that the same one Derek Willis posted quite a while back Harry? I know it looks very similar at least.

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