Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Living in Indonesia
Yeah... That seems easy and fuctional. Some quick realease screws will speed things up.
I guess it would be possible for a particular user to still wear away certain patches from their stones unless they were careful to alternate their strokes and orbits -- but, Hey! It looks like an improvement on my tiny stones.
I wonder whether you could combine it with the scary sharp method. Maybe adhere strips of sand paper to boards instead of using stones -- of would they tear?
Ok. How about using a belt sander to do the scary sharp method?
I guess you'd still need to keep changing belts... but then why not build an extra wide tool-holding block like this, fit up several tools at once, and belt sand away on several at once.
Maybe not a solution for the home hobiest.... but a middling industrial solution possibility, eh?
Think I'll try the basic block first and see how it goes.
Don't force it! Use a bigger hammer.