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    working on my Shig.

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    Mine is pretty simple - an old dark room tray and some plywood.


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    Really easy and cheap setup for me. A 1/2 sheet tray, Rubbermaid to hold stones, stone holder, diamond plate, champagne cork, water bottle, and some non-slip mats that double to wrap and protect the stones in the box. New stones and a new knife, so I was playing around a bit today at work.



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    I use a double bucket with a bridge I made from scrap wood laying around. The bridge just slides over the raised divider in the middle, and can be angled however.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Beohbe View Post
    I use a double bucket with a bridge I made from scrap wood laying around. The bridge just slides over the raised divider in the middle, and can be angled however.


    That's a nice set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    That's a nice set up.
    Thanks!
    I got the idea from the setups at Korin:


    I realized that I had a bucket that could replicate the setup, yet be mobile. Works really well.

    Double bucket for anyone interested:
    http://www.amazon.com/CLEAN-RINSE-DO.../dp/B001AMSQ30

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    That's a nice set up.
    Dave have you gotten this sharpening position down yet? And what about the outfit, RaRa was sewing you one, right?




    O and BTW did you ever get those Togioke. Polishing bucket made?

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    this is what i made not really for my kitchen knives but rather a dedicated place for my tormek T7, which often used to sharpen drill bits, turning tools, etc. and occasionally for repairing chipped knife blade.

    This pic of the station is still without any draws, etc.


    this is the completed one


    draws are for various jigs, and of course, a set of stones

    this is the sink bridge i use for knives, assembled using scrap decking timber.

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    Nice work guys...I just put a stone on a flat stainless work surface...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beohbe View Post
    Thanks!
    I got the idea from the setups at Korin:

    I realized that I had a bucket that could replicate the setup, yet be mobile. Works really well.

    Double bucket for anyone interested:
    http://www.amazon.com/CLEAN-RINSE-DO.../dp/B001AMSQ30
    Thanks for the idea and link, I just made this. Truly a great set up you found.


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