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  1. Thread: Naniwa ss 220

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    Ya. I run the belts wet without gloves and...

    Ya. I run the belts wet without gloves and constantly check for heat. Usually two passes then dip and leave blade wet. A bit messy but I find they cut better and blade stays cool. I got a blue spot...
  2. Thread: Naniwa ss 220

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    I can't stand the feel of diamond stones. I'll...

    I can't stand the feel of diamond stones. I'll just keep using the belt grinder. Thanks
  3. Thread: Naniwa ss 220

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    Ok thanks. This is the only ss I have but it's...

    Ok thanks. This is the only ss I have but it's about the same speed as a 1k king. Rush thank you for the advice but I'm trying to thin the knife a bit not cut a thick bevel
  4. Thread: Naniwa ss 220

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    I guess that answers it. No one seems to have...

    I guess that answers it. No one seems to have used this stone
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    No problem. I see what you're saying. I have an...

    No problem. I see what you're saying. I have an o1 edc knife that has a bit of the misty looks but that's just because the flats are scratched up a bit
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    That finish comes from the contrast between the...

    That finish comes from the contrast between the soft cladding and hard core of the blade. so if your aeb-l or o1 knives are not a cladded build knife you won't be able to get that finish
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    same thing I do. Just sharpen it. Microbevels are...

    same thing I do. Just sharpen it. Microbevels are silly:biggrin:
  8. Thread: Hamon Line

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    I don't think so. Just having some fun. I think...

    I don't think so. Just having some fun. I think it looks awful
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    Pretty much. The kurouchi is the forge scale...

    Pretty much. The kurouchi is the forge scale being left on. Kasumi is the scale being ground off then polished
  10. Thread: Naniwa ss 220

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    Naniwa ss 220

    Hi all. When I first got into free hand sharpening this and a king 1k/6k were my first stones. Then a year ago I bought the naniwa green brick. Still can't sharpen worth a damn most times:-) the...
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    From what I understand they're basically at a...

    From what I understand they're basically at a level where there's one normalize cycle put on it. So very soft. Wouldn't take an edge as you've basically got an un heat treaded knife shaped piece of...
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    http://i620.photobucket.com/albums/tt281/vicv07/IM...

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    Ok so I've had this knife for a couple days. First thing this thing is...
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    Also google is your friend. Type in Japanese...

    Also google is your friend. Type in Japanese cutlery steel types and spend acouple months reading
  14. Ok Mr Adams its headed your way. Tracking number ...

    Ok Mr Adams its headed your way. Tracking number
    LM 804 393 358 CA
  15. I am used to a 4" tall knife too:).

    I am used to a 4" tall knife too:).
  16. Ok sorry for the delay folks my car was run into...

    Ok sorry for the delay folks my car was run into in a parking lot last week and I've been busy car shopping and fighting with insurance and this just wasn't a good time for me to receive this. But I...
  17. Received. Thanks. Just got home from work. Will...

    Received. Thanks. Just got home from work. Will update. First impressions feels nice in hand.
  18. Thanks. Excited now

    Thanks. Excited now
  19. I'm in if you'll have me as it'll already be in...

    I'm in if you'll have me as it'll already be in Canada. Thanks
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    Thanks for adding me. Much appreciated

    Thanks for adding me. Much appreciated
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    ahh it sucks living in canada sometimes.

    ahh it sucks living in canada sometimes.
  22. Thread: norton stones?

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    http://www.japaneseknifesharpeningstore.com/Dave-M...

    http://www.japaneseknifesharpeningstore.com/Dave-Martell-set-sharpening-stones-p/set1dmcore.htm
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    that's good then. There's also tons of options on...

    that's good then. There's also tons of options on supergrit and trugrit but they more carry 2x72 belts for knife makers. Their selection of smaller belts isn't very good and there's a lot of holes in...
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    Since it'll already be in Canada I'd love to try...

    Since it'll already be in Canada I'd love to try it if list is still open. I'm in ontario
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    I use a 1"x42" Viel. I buy all my belts from Lee...

    I use a 1"x42" Viel. I buy all my belts from Lee Valley. They're reputable and carry 3M and Klingspor in 1x42 size
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