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Here is a picture of the finished sharpener ready to start sharpening small knives..
Here is the illustration plan i drew for making the knife blade holder.
Pic#1 Shows me milling the 3/8 wide slots by 3/4 of a inch long. pic #1,2,3 show the end slots for the 2 bearings that will roll on the en...
pic#1 Shows the (2) 1/2 inch diameter rods i drilled and tapped 1/4 x 20 x 1'' that will later be cut down to 1 1/2 inch long. pic #2 & 3 show t...
Pic #1 &2 shows the milling of all the surfaces and the (2) slots so the bracket can slide towards the wheel for adjustments. pic# 3 thru 7 Sho...
pic #1&2 Shows how i used a angle finder to get the 5 degrees i wanted for my pocket knife edge. pic# 3&4 Shows the knife blade attached to the hol...
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By the sounds of it thats a course wheel? That would prevent heat from building up in the blade which is a good idea. Are you a fitter and turner by trade? Your work is very neat. I like your intructable very cool idea.
thank you very much. I'm just a puttered lol
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