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    Quote Originally Posted by cwrightthruya View Post
    My wife quickly tired of me sharpening on our white kitchen counter . So, for $15 and about 2 hours of work I made this. It works decently and is lacquered so I can just wipe it dry.
    Wow, with a stone that size you need all that timber to span the sink safely! Which stone is that?

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    It's an Atagoyama. It is actually one of my medium sized stones. I have a 9lb Atagoyama as well that dwarfs this one.
    I actually snapped my first attempt at a sink bridge with one of my larger stones. That area where I cut out the trench for water is actually quite weak.
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    you might want to switch it so that it tilts down away from you... much easier to sharpen that way

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    Nothing fancy, but get's the job done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twistington View Post
    Something like this.

    Dan isnt it amazing ? IKEA producing special sharpening trolleys

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    stainless paint tray work nicely!!
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    I also use that Kramer sink bridge, it's actually a pretty good deal. And works well on the steel counters when the sinks are ocupado.But what I'd like to know, and I can't quite tell from the picture, what are the make of the 2 knives you have working there?

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    stainless paint tray work nicely!!

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    dig that groovy red chair. that Does scream for a "drink break"

    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    This is mine (during the summer). The stones are now soaking in my basement, and I just ordered some hotel pans and Jon's stone bridge. I am trying to come up with a better winter set-up.

    k.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc4pt0 View Post
    I also use that Kramer sink bridge, it's actually a pretty good deal. And works well on the steel counters when the sinks are ocupado.But what I'd like to know, and I can't quite tell from the picture, what are the make of the 2 knives you have working there?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    I like this.
    yup

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