There was a lot of spokeshave work on a recent project and a touchup was in order. I took a piece of 3/8" thick x 2-7/8" wide ash, squared it up and cut a slot using my tenoning jig. I drilled two 5/32" holes, countersunk them and tapped a pair of 10-24 machine screws into them. Be very precise about the screw locations as they act as the stop for the cutter to assure a square edge. A snug with a screwdriver grips the cutter.
I set the micro bevel on a diamond plate I had handy and run it on the Worksharp at 3600 grit and on the honing plate, each for a few seconds. The results looked good and a few test passes tell me this will meet my needs. Quick, easy and repeatable; that's what I need when it comes to sharpening.