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Last Activity: 04-08-2021, 06:56 PM
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  • It is for leatherwork. the 45 is in reference to the cutting edge in relationship to the handle. In woodworking I think the closest thing is a skewed chisel. The actual angle of the bevel is very small, like 5 degree....
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    started a topic English Paring Knife

    English Paring Knife

    I have a English Paring Knife with the cutting edge that is at about a 45 degree angle from the knife handle. I want to sharpen it by making a wood jig that will slide on glass, similar to what I see on Brent Beach website. I could make a wood jig that holds the blade at the roughly 45 degree angle,...
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    started a topic First Strop

    First Strop

    I'm making my first strop. I've decided on using McMaster-Carr Diamond Lapping Paste .5 microns. I'm looking for advice on what strop surface should I use (thin leather, cereal box cardboard, blue jean, rubber, etc). I'm sharpening tools for leatherwork like a skiving knife. Thanks
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