I needed a sharpening jig for my woodturning gouges but didn't want to pay $120 so I decided to take a stab at designing my own.
.32 layer height with a .6 Nozzle is what I used (Doesn't matter)
20% Gyroid is what I used
Deep Blue & Glossy Black
All Parts are in the orientation I used for printing. I used support under the sphere at the bottom of the "leg" part as well as in the interior of the "holder".
1 - 3/8" x 1 1/2" bolt
1 - 3/8" x 3" bolt
2 - 3/8" nuts
3d Printed parts
2 - screw handles
1 - everything else
I tried to model this after pictures I saw of the "woodcut tools" brand sharpening jig. This is obviously much more bulky, but since it's 3d printed I figured I should make it extra strong.
I simply marked spots on my workbench for whatever angle I wanted. I'm still learning how to use it.