Hey George, I made a jig some time ago and just used it for the first time the other day on my Makita planer blades. It"s a very simple jig made of 2 layers of wood. The bottom piece is about 1" x 4" a half inch longer than the blades. The second layer,screwed on top of the first is cut from from one piece the same length as the lower piece, but just a half inch thick and the same width as the lower piece This is ripped into three pieces on a 45. You wind up with two outside pieces with a 45 cut on one side, and a center piece with two 45 cuts. You then clamp your blades between the slots by screwing down the center section. It sounds complicated, but is really very simple...Just three pieces of wood, with opposing 45 degree angles. You then run a whetstone across the surfaces several times. Worked great for me. I"m just to cheap to replace something I can fix for nothing.
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