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A Sharpening Handbook
by Richard D. Wile There are many books available on sharpening, however as Richard Wile points out, “sharpening has evolved.” He has directed his book towards the novice to intermediate sharpener, with the aim of enhancing their experience with advice on guides, new and traditional media, and techniques. Techniques cover the primary hand tools in most woodworkers’ workshops...
£14.00 (VAT exempt)
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Sharpening for all - green woodwork, workshops, bushcraft, gardening, carepentry, forestry, builders, cooking and craft Sharp is a book that will guide the reader through the principles and practice of sharpening. From definitions and requirements in the chapter 'What is Sharp?' and through chapters explaining edge geometry, how to observe the edge to determine correct sharpening procedures required,...
£25.00 (VAT exempt)

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by Christopher Schwarz Sharpening is not a sport. If you want to be a better woodworker, you need to learn to sharpen. If you want to be a better sharpener, you need to stop paying so much attention to tertiary bevels and carbide formations in steel and start paying attention to the wood. If the wood is cut cleanly, then your tools are sufficiently sharp. If the wood is torn out and covered in...
£21.00 (VAT exempt)