How to Sharpen a Gouge | Woodworking Video Website

370 Views · Published on Fri, 28 June 2019 · Sharpening Tools

Paul shows how to sharpen a gouge using his standard method, rocking the gouge side to side. He uses flat stones, in this case diamond stones in coarse (250), fine (600) and super fine (1200) grit, followed by a strop charged with buffing compound. Then you’re ready for carving.

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