Lansky Sharpener Clamp to Panavise Base?


#1

I’d like to find someone who can make a simple aluminum rod turned to fit a Panavise base and with a nub to take a Lansky “Multi-Angle Knife Clamp”. I don’t have a lathe but for someone equipped it should be pretty simple…

What’s a good way to find someone who can knock that out?


#2

I might be able to help you on this, do you have some pictures or a drawing to share?


#3

Well, of course I’ve mislaid my calipers, so this is done with a ruler at this time…I’ll keep looking & verify.

But this is really simple, and the overall length is unimportant.

Thanks for consideration! Wayne


#4

Realized where I had put my calipers, and one small change; the base diameter for the Panavise is 16mm, not 0.625". Oops & thanks.


#5

Took a stab at it tonight, how’s this look?

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#6

I caught the 16mm dimension when I tested it on my Panavise.


#7

Very nice! That’s what I was looking for!

Let me know how I can get a copy please? And how I can get some cash in your hands? Paypal’s good for this stuff, at least.

Wayne
wayne.ruffner at gmail dot com


#8

And BTW, I’ve got the heavy cast base for my Panavise, which is excellent and should compliment the Lansky kit nicely. Just in case anyone was thinking about the same…


#9

This thing fits nicely and will be used frequently thanks!

If I’d have thought a little further at first, I would’ve limited the overall length to 4.75" so it’d fit directly into an empty hone slot in the kit case. If you make any more for others, consider that.

Thanks again!


#10

Nice! Glad it worked for you!