Tormek SE-77 Square Edge Jig

(3 customer reviews)

Product information

Manufacturer ‎TORMEK
Part Number ‎TOR-SE77
Item Weight ‎1.4 pounds
Product Dimensions ‎3.3 x 2.3 x 8 inches
Item model number ‎TOR-SE77
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‎No
Item Package Quantity ‎1
Measurement System ‎Metric
Grit Description ‎Fine
Included Components ‎1 SE77
Batteries Included? ‎No
Batteries Required? ‎No



About this item

  • Compatible with: Tormek t-3, T-7, T-8
  • Ensures a perfect 90 Degree angle
  • Newly-designed Jig for holding your chisels and plane irons on Tormek sharpeners
  • Set the Jig for a slightly convex shape

Product Description

With the se-77 square edge Jig, it is easy to sharpen your wood chisels and plane irons into a square corner. The design gives you the best conditions for a successful sharpening with the highest precision over the final result. You can also set the Jig for a slightly convex shape. The se-77 square edge Jig is an enhancement of the se‑76 Jig. It contains an adjustable side that can be set with the help of two smaller knobs, which allows fine tuning if needed. This can be required if the tool is not exactly square to the Stone, is very narrow or if the steel is slightly twisted. The setting for fine adjustment is done in seconds by loosening one of the smaller adjustment knobs and tightening the other. The jig’s construction also makes it possible to position and sharpen tapered chisels, e. G. Japanese chisels. The safety stops keep the Jig securely on the Universal support and prevent the tool from sliding off the grindstone, so there is No Risk that you will hurt your fingers when sharpening. The Jig fits wood chisels and plane irons up to 77 mm (3″) width.

Reviews (3)


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Good quality.The product is firmly packed.Good service.Very well worth the money.Very fast delivery.

  1. NorseSwede (verified owner)

    This is a complicated item, but for a good reason. THere are two adjusting knobs on the far end that allow you to fine tune the squareness at which your chisel, etc is held in the tool. They also, if both loosened a bit, allow you to grind a slight crown in the tip of the tool (Some plane users prefer this). I made the mistake of playing with them and then not checking I put them back right…MISTAKE! but my fault. If you play with these, make sure to take special care to return them to square. PLease read the instructions. NEVERTHELESS, a great tool that helped me make fairly quiclk reshaping of tool edges with out the halfhazard and sloppy work I was doing freehand before. For me it’s worth the farily steep price.

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  2. Frederick Gilmore (verified owner)

    Got this to replace the stamped holder on my Bucktool wet sharpener which I had to square up. The Tormek is pricey but I am glad I indulged myself

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  3. Frederick Gilmore (verified owner)

    Works on my bidirectional Wen 10 as well as it did on my old Tormek 10. I sharpen plane blades and chisels. The Wen is pretty good, btw.

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