does anyone have an excellent, proven method to use the wolverine jig to get a good grind on a bowl gouge.... "good grind" being relative, I know. I guess I am wondering how to get the jig to leave the wing bevel shorter than the nose of a deep fluted bowl gouge. I read the fairly recent article in the aaw journal and made one of the jigs for a 45 degree grind. I have followed that article to the letter and the wings of the gouge still have a longer bevel than the nose of the tool. It's better but not correct, or so "they say" anyway. I don't think it should matter how long I want the bevel to go back on the tool or what angle I want on the tool right? I just want to be able to set it up so the bevel angle is consistent all the way around the tool. Probably a worn out question but I have tried a cpl different methods using the jig and cannot get it right! HELLLLLP!