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Pressing thescraper flatonthestone,rubeachfacewitha circular motion(above) produced untilanyroughness byfilingdisappears. Tofinish,again slidethefacelightly overthestone to remove anyDurrs. theedges Q Burnishing r-,1Wioea tinvamount of oil ontothe eageoi thesciaper to reduce friction between theburnisher andthescraper. Startto forma hookon eachcuttingedge of thescraper by layingthescraper flat on a worksurface withanedgeextending offthetable,thenruntheburnisher back andforthalongthe edge(left),exerting pressure.
Forthecrosscut sawshownat left, holda triangular fileat abouta 65" angle to thebladewithits handle tilteddown slightly. Asyoufiletheteeth,workfrom oneendof theblade to theother, filing all theteeththataresetin onedirection. Thenturnthesawaround to sharoen the remaining teeth. 29 CHISELSANDGOUGES andgouges musthaverazorf hisels U sharpedgesto work properly. Formostchiselsandgouges, youwill haveto honeand polishthecuttingedgeaswellasproducethecorrect bevelangle fortheblade. Even the most rusted and pitted blade can be renewedwith steelwool, mineral spirits, clean rags,and a bit of elbowgrease.
Lf thegapis toowideor narrow, the bladeassembly andloosen bothfrogsetscrews about%turn. Tighlenthe setscrews and reposition the bladeassembly on thefrog,securing it in placewiththecap lock. Tosetthecuttingdepth, turnthedepth-of-cut adjustment knobso the bladeprotrudes fromthe mouth(left). About%zinchis desirable; lessforhighly figured woods. Confirmthesettingwitha testcut ona scrapboard. Theshaiings should bepaper-thin. For eithertype of scraper, sharpening is a four-stepprocess, shown beginningon page47.