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Can someone tell me how to sharpen 1 of these

Discussion in 'Off Topic Threads' started by Gabe, Feb 26, 2010.

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  1. Gabe

    Gabe Member

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    Was wondering if there are any woodcarvers, stockmakers, knifemakers or stock checkerers that could possible tell me what's a good way to sharpen a veiner. Just can't seem to get one sharp enough after it gets dull. Thanks in advance for any suggestions, tips, or tricks. Gabe

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  2. TEXASZEPHYR

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    You might try touching it up with a jewelers file. They can be bought pretty reasonably, and can get in some pretty tight places.

    Bob
     
  3. high 2

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    Send it back to Dem-Bart. They charge a couple bucks a piece and come back sharp as new, and you don`t pull your hair out trying to get them sharp.
    Dem-Bart Checkering Tools, Inc
    1825 Bickford Ave
    Snohomish, WA 98290


    Larry
     
  4. willyo

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    Many of the wood working stores sell the sharpening stones to dress the tools used in stock finishing.

    You can make your own using fine grades of wet or dry sand paper folded over the right size dowell. Midway has books on stock checkering tool sources.

    Brownell's has several "kits" for sale too.

    Bill
     
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