|Harold Hall 1||16/02/2017 21:13:33|
|411 forum posts|
Regarding my videos we now come to what I think are the most important for many as they show my grinding rests being used for sharpening workshop tools. I say important, as it has become apparent that some have made one but are not fully sure how to use them. This is not unreasonable, as I consider that sharpening workshop tools is, overall, the most varied of all workshop activities.
I have ten which I have already prepared, just possibly there may be one or two more. The one which I am making public this time is, not surprisingly, “An Introduction to the Rests. A link to this can be found here **LINK**
In view of the importance of these videos I am publicising them on all of the English speaking forums which have links to my website. Does anyone have links with a non English speaking forum, if so, I would appreciate it if you can give my videos, particularly those for the grinding rests, a mention.
|Martin Connelly||17/02/2017 18:47:13|
487 forum posts
Could you leave one of the arms at 8mm thickness and just have one at 3mm? I know that this asymmetry may not be as pleasing to look at but it would reduce the amount of work needed to do the modifications.
|Harold Hall 1||17/02/2017 20:11:10|
|411 forum posts|
That should be perfectly OK Martin as we are only attempting to accommodate very small dimensional differences between the parts at either end. A single 3mm arm should have more than enough flex-ability to cope with the differences.
I'm all for reducing the work involved, time is all too short.
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