I discovered a niffty little trick. With these thin little standard ferrules, you can drop the one you want to use into the cutter and mark where the end stops, then go an extra 1/8 inch or so with the stick and the bevel comes out just about perfect.
That would be a nice set to have. I had not seen those before. I could only fine them at Lee Valley. Veratis makes some nice tools. I have a set of their wonder pup bench clamps I use mostly when doing relief carving.
I hesitated for a long time after I found these. I was actually trying to figure out how to make one because I didn't know anyone sold one, then the price held me off for a good while but in the end I'm a fool for a cool tool. You could probably look closely at the sizes and get by with just one if your shanks run close to the same size
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