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bars until the bevel rests flat on the stone, see Fig. 6.
Now tighten the wing nuts to draw up the bottom bar against the tool. In use, the bevel rubs on the stone, and the carriage rides on its back corners, see Fig. 6.
Shop Note: When sharpening narrow plane irons and chisels, mount them off center in the carriage. Then, to keep even wear on the stone, turn the stone end for end periodically.
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