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Author Topic: Making a new bevel  (Read 6927 times)
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« on: 17 March, 2006, 19:48 »

Hello, I'm a novice woodworker and have not yet rebevelled any of my chisels or planes but as a block plane blade and chisel have nicks , i need to invest in a grinder or coarse stone to make new bevels, while I use a waterstone at present to hone my blades I'm not sure of the best equipment to rebevel , Do I have to get a grinder ? If a coarse stone , what grit/make is best? Any info much appreciated , cheers.
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