Instead of getting your precious knife polished with professional sharpening services, why not build a knife sharpening jig yourself? Except the welding machine, only simple hand tools such as band saw, drill press and a tap and die set were used. DIY Knife Sharpening Jig. This seems to be doing the trick. See more ideas about jig, chisels, woodworking techniques. With this DIY instructional video, it doesn’t require CNC or plasma to make one. This one really does the trick. While using my chisel and plane iron sharpening jig recently, I realized that it was less convenient to use for quickly tuning up the chisels that I commonly use. Dec 8, 2017 - Explore Bs's board "Sharpening jig for chisel plans" on Pinterest. This is the step before the final edge that is used for cutting. Building a DIY Knife Sharpening Jig. Image source: Michal Kadlec. 11.03.2014 - Igor Rebrin hat diesen Pin entdeckt. Hand Made Knife Sharpening Jig: I have seen some jigs on the internet for giving a knife blank a "grind" or profile. We enjoyed this video for the way this YouTuber repurposes a few bits and pieces she finds in her workshop to create a highly effective knife-sharpening jig. Entdecke (und sammle) deine eigenen Pins bei Pinterest. I have started to work scrap metal into knives, so I thought I would try my hand at making one … Wood Turning Lathe Wood Turning Projects Wood Lathe Used Woodworking Tools Woodworking Techniques Woodworking Projects Diy Woodworking Forum Homemade Lathe Homemade Tools More information ... People also love these ideas I don't have a lot of trouble Sharpening knives, bit I wanted something with a consistent and repeatable edge from knife to knife without spending a bunch of money. Each method worked OK, but I finally decided that the sharpening world needs another jig. While it is extremely versatile, it’s that versatility that makes it cumbersome and I decided to design a jig that will work with chisels only, in a range of widths from 1/4″ up to 1″. It allows you to put a lot of pressure right on top of the blade, without tipping it, and that extra pressure makes lapping go much faster. 10/25/2018 17:44:43 Categories: DIY Tools, Jigs / Guides, Sharpening As promised in my last article, today I'm going to show you how to make this attachment for use with my jig for sharpening table saw blades, so that we can also take advantage of it to sharpen our router bits. The blade is fastened directly to the jig; the knob is elevated on a stack of nylon washers to give you a roomier grip.