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DMT ABG Aligner Blade Guide / Knife Clamp - DMTABG

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Part Number: DMTABG
Manufacturer: DMT Sharpeners
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DMTABG: ABG Aligner Blade Guide / Knife Clamp

For professional sharpening results, regardless of skill, depend on DMT® Aligner™ Kits and Accessories. Aligner™ Blade Guide for use with Aligner™ accessories or Diamond Whetstone™, DuoSharp® or Dia-Sharp® Bench Stones. Both novice and professional will appreciate its 7-angle adjustability for precise, professional, consistent sharpening results. Easy-to-follow instructions included. Durable construction will provide years of consistent performance and reliable service For proper tool maintenance, woodworkers, chefs and other professionals rely on the superior quality and versatility of DMT® products. Made in USA.

  • Use for guided sharpening with any bench stone
  • 7-Angle adjustability for a professional edge every time
  • Easy to follow instructions
  • No oil is needed-sharpen dry or with water
  • Durable construction will provide years of consistent performance and reliable service
Made in USA
Made in USA
This product is USA born and raised.
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Raymond Shay
Dallas, Tx
Apr 12, 2012
Pros: None
Cons: Durability, Ease of Use, Effectiveness, Overall Quality
Marginal, at best.
Pathetic design. As you can see from the picture, the aligner has a nice large thumb-screw for tightening the clamp on the knife blade. BUT, the thumbscrew gets in the way of the rod for small sharpening angles. This causes the stones to drag across the aligner and not touch the knife blade. I really like the material that the aligner is made from, it won't scratch blades. I replaced the DMT aligner which came with my set with the GATCO aligner, and I couldn't be happier. DMT makes the best stones that I have used; but this item is poorly engineered in my opinion. ALSO, in the picture, you can see a brass screw at the fulcrum, which screws into a brass nut on the other side. The nut on the other side pulls out and must be epoxied back into the black polymer holder. I wish I had better news. I have used this for four years.
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