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The single-cut file sharpens only on the push stroke. Lift it away from the ax head on the return stroke. If you “saw” with your file, it will fill with metal particles. It will not cut well and it can also be ruined as the file edges are peened over. Occasionally brush the metal particles from the file with a file card. Always store and transport your files so they are protected from each other and other metal tools. Banging them together will dull their edges. When sharpening, always try for a fan-shaped effect on the cheek of the ax (Figure 66).

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Continue to file equally on both sides of the ax until the sharpening gauge pattern fits exactly Figure 67 42% 3 3/8 x 3 3/8 8 x8 Print to Outside Edge of Borders PRINT Borders Figure 68—A template for a sharpening gauge (reproduced to exact size) and illustrations showing its use (drawings by Frederic H. Kock). Figure 67—Use a sharpening gauge to check the shape of the edge. over the edge. If you are sharpening a double-bit ax, keep one blade slightly thicker for rough work and grubbing near the ground, and the other blade shaped according to the sharpening gauge.

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