Nice stuff on your web site. Like the birds eye maple in the one unit...
Careful though with Lee Valley. They will get their clutches into you
and eat all your spare cash. This is the end of "spare cash" as you have
known it. lol
On Sat, 26 Nov 2005 06:18:42 -0500, "Lee Michaels"
It's free with the first order.
Also in the teflon kit is "wallet lube", which is chemically
cross-linked with the ink used in LV catalogs. This product helps the
cash and credit cards slide out of the wallet faster upon arrival of
each new catalog.
Get yourself a good selection of papers (some wet 'n dry too) and you can
quickly take out reasonable sized nicks and hone a set of 3 blades in about
30 mins - after you've done it once. First time around, your time will
depend on your learning curve capability. But if you can get 4 pieces of
float glass and put a different grade of paper on each one, the process will
I can say that the jig has more than paid for itself in the number of times
I would have sent the blades out for sharpening or replacing them. I have 3
sets that I rotate out and after milling some really rough (dirty) stock
this past summer, I had to sharpen all 3 sets again. Took me about 30 mins
per set. (that's 10 mins worth of work and 20 mins of admiring how sharp
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