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    Oneway Wolverine Jig Instructions

    I recently purchased a Oneway Wolverine Jig for my grinder and received a CD on how to sharpen but I seem to be missing the setup instructions. I am looking for the complete set of instructions to download. Can anyone help me?? Thanks in advance.
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    Hello Joan,

    I think this is the one you are looking for...

    http://www.oneway.ca/pdf/grind_jig.pdf

    Best wishes,
    Dave

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    I don't have the oneway grinder, but always looking for new information on sharpening... so I snagged your pdf post... looks helpful.. thanks Dave
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    They are 'sorta' good. Read carefully. Written more by a user than a communicator. There isn't, IMHO, a good explanation for setting the angle of the dangle on the bowl gouge jig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    They are 'sorta' good. Read carefully. Written more by a user than a communicator. There isn't, IMHO, a good explanation for setting the angle of the dangle on the bowl gouge jig.
    I'm very much a novice at turning and the Wolverine setup. For a bowl gouge, the instructions on the DVD for the Vari-Grind jig seem very clear. Following the instructions, I took a new bowl gouge right out of the box and produced the swept-back sides in a fairly short time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Arnold View Post
    I'm very much a novice at turning and the Wolverine setup. For a bowl gouge, the instructions on the DVD for the Vari-Grind jig seem very clear. Following the instructions, I took a new bowl gouge right out of the box and produced the swept-back sides in a fairly short time.
    I just have a print out from the .pfd version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Fusco View Post
    I just have a print out from the .pfd version.
    A printed instruction sheet was shipped with my order. I had looked at the online pdf prior to ordering and also downloaded it to my shop computer. I agree that the instruction sheet is a bit brief.
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    thanks for the help everyone as soon as i get back from texas i will be trying out my wolverine jig
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    Joan,
    Don't do what I did & have 2 set up blocks 1 at 1-3/4" the other one at 2" depth I put the wrong gouge in the wrong block & changed my grind & didn't notice until I tried to re-sharpen it that I had a major brain fart & messed up.

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    The text on the Rockler site is a bit larger and easier to read. Wolverine Tool Rest Grinding Jig Instructions, Oneway Skew Grind Jig Instructions, Oneway Vari-Grind Jig Instructions.

    But. I starting using mine right out of the box using not much more than common sense.



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