"John Grossbohlin" wrote in message
It's that or invest in slips of various grits. I've got slips for small
gouges with an inside bevel that would likely work for the round over plane
as they come to quite a thin rounded edge. As I recall they are India
stones. My Arkansas slips are larger and would not fit...
I wonder if a fine, small, needle file, or even a chain saw file, might work
if carefully applied and the back deburred with a stone??
=================================================================Take a piece of wood of the shape you want for a slip, spray with adhesive
and stick the appropriate grit of sandpaper to it. Alternatively, take that
same shaped stick and apply loose abrasive (valve grinding compound, ect.
and go at it.