Pig sticker sharpening

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Pig sticker sharpening

Postby jfc » Wed Oct 21, 2009 8:09 pm

Mel nipped in today and decided to give one of my secong hand pig stickers a going over . It seriously needed it .
So first he tried to set fire to my workshop :shock:




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and then he got the strop :shock:




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and then i put a stupid big second bevel on it :lol:

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Re: Pig sticker sharpening

Postby engineerone » Wed Oct 21, 2009 8:18 pm

but does it now stick pigs :lol:

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Re: Pig sticker sharpening

Postby senior » Wed Oct 21, 2009 8:34 pm

Nice product placement, does Evian work better than normal tap water or is that just a la-de-da London thing :lol:

Change your sanding disc as well you tight git, must leave nice burn marks
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Re: Pig sticker sharpening

Postby derekcohen » Thu Oct 22, 2009 5:08 pm

Here is the ULTIMATE set up for honing a oval boltered mortice chisel :D

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(I posted this on a forum about a year ago for a lark and bugger me if someone doesn't offer it to FWW mag recently as a tip, and it is published! :roll: )

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Re: Pig sticker sharpening

Postby promhandicam » Thu Oct 22, 2009 8:12 pm

Nice one Derek - great minds think alike! It will be interesting to see if my tongue in cheek comment on t'other side will result in a suggestion in a WW mag in a couple of months time! I was actually going to suggest the wixey but the mitutoyo at around £200 was a lot more expensive :D I never actually found how much the Ludeca Inclineo cost - with a resolution of 0.0003 degrees it seemed the ideal tool for calibrating the mitutoyo which only has a resolution of +/- 0.1 degrees.

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