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Lie-Nielsen Honing Guide

Code: 101795

  • Solidly machined stainless steel body with a bronze bearing
  • Design offers consistent and repeatable control
  • Blade projection determines bevel angle
  • Achievable plane blade bevel angles between 20° and 50°
  • Optional jaws available for sharpening wide variety of blades
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£126.95 (£105.79 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Lie-Nielsen Honing Guide
  • Connell Double-Sided Leather Strop
  • Bester Imanishi Combination Waterstone 1,000/6,000g
  • DMT Dia Flat Diamond Lapping Plate
Total: £408.93
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In Detail

The Lie-Nielsen version of the side clamping style of honing guide has a solidly machined stainless steel body with a bronze bearing. As you would expect this is a greatly improved version of a well tried and tested sharpening jig. It features removable jaws; replacement jaws are available for 5mm chisels or less, tall jaws for mortice chisels, long jaws for very short blades and angled jaws for Lie-Nielsen’s skew blades. The honing guide comes with the standard pair of jaws that fit most plane blades. The distance the blade projects from the front edge of the honing guide determines the honing angle. It is possible to achieve bevel angles between 20° and 50°.

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This product is on page 311 of the Axminster Tools & Machinery 2019/20 Catalogue.
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