The Scraper Blade's cutting edge is formed by one step on the grinder. The grinding action forms the hook.
Whilst using this tool, hone often with a diamond file.
|65°||The Tormek SVD-186 or SVD-185 is easily used for this activity. As shown in the picture above, you will use the shaft rather than the tool holder.
Reference the Tormek handbook, Water Cooled Sharpening of Edge Tools if you have any questions.
Notes & Comments
Tormek Sharpening Classes: Part 5 - Woodturning Tools
Want to learn how you get your woodturning tools razor-sharp? In this week's sharpening class we take a closer look at the tools for the woodturner; Gouges, skews, parting tools, scrapers, cutters and more. Sebastien and Wolfgang will show you the methods for sharpening all these turning tools and how you achieve repeatable edges every time. Stay tuned and hit us with your questions during the stream!
How to sharpen scrapers and cutters - Tormek SVD-110 Tool Rest - with Nick Agar
In this episode, Nick Agar shows how to sharpen a woodturning scraper creating a large burr and a small burr depending on the material you're working in. He uses the Tormek SVD-110 Tool Rest and the DF-250 Diamond Wheel Fine. In addition, Nick demonstrates how to sharpen small hollowing cutters and ordinary cutters using SVD-110 and SVD-186.
|Alan Holtham - Tormek SVD-186 Gouge Jig|
David Peters - Tormek SVD-186 Gouge Jig Review|
and Comparison to the SVD-185
|Sharpen gouges with the Tormek Gouge Jig SVD-185|
|Jeff Farris - Sharpening with the Tormek SVD-185 Gouge Jig|
|Tormek Turning Tool Setter TTS-100|
|Tormek AngleMaster WM-200|
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