Yes, but you can still use an additional depth gauge after the sharpen if you prefer.Is the 0.025" offset the only choice?
You can change the file size in less than 15 seconds. I drop down in size as well on worn chains.I move down in file size toward the end of the cutter
This thing really is just a file guide that just happens to have a depth gauge file built in, and some big fat handles setup to 30 degrees that a blind man could get right. The depth file can be removed pretty quickly if desired. You ARE limited in how low into the cutter you go because of the guide rails, so if you want more hook, you may be SOL without going to smaller file. If you don't like 30deg angle, you can put a line on the handle or the rails to get another angle.Good guides will allow you to sharpen accurately to their settings, only.