|The two new (to me) incannel gouges ($30 for both)|
|Smaller one is approx. 7/8" wide, larger is 1 1/4" wide. Don't know the "sweep"|
but the smaller has diameter approx. 15/16", larger approx 1 3/4"
|Smaller one is a Buck Brothers|
|Larger is Marples|
I started by using the hand-crank grinder to create a flat one the end, removing any chips or unevenness.
|End-on view, showing the flat created at the edge|
|Got it reasonably straight across - I don't think you want a curve on these gouges|
|Clamped the gouge in the vise at a 25° angle|
|Grinding wheel, smaller fine grinding and polishing accessories|
|Holding the Dremel parallel to the bench gives me a 25° grind,|
I followed up with the fine grinding and polishing
|Started at front of stone with far side of gouge contacting stone ...|
|... and as I pushed the gouge across the stone, I rocked it back so the near side was contacting the stone|
|After some work on the strop, I got a beautiful smooth back|
|Stropping the bevel|
|Note the curve at the base of the bevel on the large gouge|
I'd rather be doing this stuff freehand, but for now I have two sharp incannel gouges. I wasn't sure about how and when I'd use these gouges, but I already found them handy when cleaning up an inside curve on a recent project.