Host David Thiel and master wood turner Lowell Converse demonstrate the proper technique for sharpening knives used with the lathe.
More in Home Improvement
Slide the tool into a slot in the jig. The same amount of the tool that should be exposed every time you sharpen the tool. To that end, attach a board to the table in front of the bench grinder one inch from the edge of the table. When you set the cutting edge against the board, you can set the sharpening jig to stop at the edge of the table, exposing exactly one inch of the tool each time.
Rehabbing a 1916 Kitchen (00:02:50)
Glazing Your Kitchen Cabinets (03:18)
Compact Circular Saw (01:03)
Creating a Poolside Hangout (02:56)
Daryl's Restoration Over-Hall (00:02:06)
Raising a Deck Up High (03:48)
Porter Cable Omnijig (03:19)
Chain-Link Fence (04:02)
Yamaha: Build a Firewood Rack (01:02)
Old Attic Wood Finds New Use (00:01:42)
How To Build A Custom TV Lift 8 Photos
How to Make Hanging Halloween Ghosts 11 Photos
Outdoor Products As Seen On I Want That 11 Photos
Photo Gallery: Replacing Latex Caulk 3 Photos
How to Repair Common Drywall Mistakes 15 Photos
© 2014 Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.