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    Default Sharpening 15" thicknesser blades on a Triton WetStone Sharpener



    Full set of installation photos on my blog here. (Yes, it is still easy to remove and replace)

    The jig is the Scheppach 380, normally $350 (and still is at Hare & Forbes), there are still a couple left for sale at Carbatec for $100.

    They also have the smaller 320 also for $100. (There is still about 4 of those left).

    The 380 can handle 380mm blades (although the documentation actually says up to 400mm), so that is over 15", the 320 can handle....320mm blades (surprise surprise) which is 12.5" (give or take)
    "Clear, Ease Springs"
    www.Stu's Shed.com


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    Now only two of the 320's left.....
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