Les Thorne 3/8″ Spindle Gouge

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£25.40£35.00 inc VAT

Les’ original signature 3/8″ (10mm) spindle gouge, ground and ready to use.

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Weight 0.139 kg
Dimensions 20.5 × 0.12 × 0.12 cm
3/8" Spindle Gouge

Unhandled, Handled

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  1. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful

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    Matt Held (verified owner)

    Les, what are the settings that I should use to sharpen the 3/8 spindle gouge on the Sorby pro-edge?

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    • One person found this helpful
      The Woodturning Shop

      The Woodturning Shop

      I’ll pass this query on to Les for you.
      – Martin

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  2. clivegouger

    Good Quality

    clivegouger (verified owner)

    I bought 2 gouges and a can of gloss lacquer. I found the website very easy to use, prices are very reasonable and the items were well packed and postage is quick. I like to support local business’s especially if they are just starting up so I will be back!!

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  3. mark.roma

    What angle!

    mark.roma (verified owner)

    Great tool for tight work, but now I’m struggling to find the settings for the pro edge to put an edge back on to my spindle gouge 3/8”

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      The Woodturning Shop

      The Woodturning Shop

      Use 40 degrees on the Pro Set, and then the middle hole on the fingernail profile jig. That should see you right. – Martin

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