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    My Gihei santoku in HAP40 from Hida Tool is the...

    My Gihei santoku in HAP40 from Hida Tool is the single best cutter I own. Their grinder doesn't seem to believe in the current trendy notion that convex is required for food release, so the blade is...
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    This is exactly right. I've sharpened and thinned...

    This is exactly right. I've sharpened and thinned many knives on a belt grinder, and the first few junk knives I did for practice showed this effect. You tend to put the knife on the belt at the heel...
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    Will you be adding those to your store?

    Will you be adding those to your store?
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    I may have missed something, but it looked to me...

    I may have missed something, but it looked to me like the Korin guy did a flat bevel---align the shinogi line on the stone, sharpen until you raise a burr.
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    I'm a pretty good freehand sharpener, but find I get much better results on small blades like folders with an EdgePro.
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    +1 I consider Itinomonn equivalent to a...

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    I consider Itinomonn equivalent to a Shigefusa, at around 1/2--1/3 the price. Beautifully ground, impeccable fit and finish---with stainless cladding to boot.
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    That Nguyen piece is sweet. Yours is still...

    That Nguyen piece is sweet.

    Yours is still impressive. :cool2:
  8. I think the main thing a beginner might want in a...

    I think the main thing a beginner might want in a finisher would be something a little on the softer side. Super hard stones are not very forgiving, and can result in "faceted" edges if not used...
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    I've only used one synthetic fingerstone that...

    I've only used one synthetic fingerstone that worked: it's a tiny 1k stone sold by Maxim, and it's really really nice. As Mr. Magnus said, the slurry causing the fine scratches may be from stones...
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    Well said.

    Well said.
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    I think they're mostly efforts to raise a site's...

    I think they're mostly efforts to raise a site's ranking in google searches. If you could get your website's url into a comment on the New York Times (you can't), that would generate some serious...
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    I like the Rika. I used to not like it, but found...

    I like the Rika. I used to not like it, but found that if I soak it for a couple of hours before using it, it's a really nice stone. Soft enough to be forgiving of a less-than-perfect technique, hard...
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    Very cool...

    Very cool...
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    You could take it out in one sharpening session...

    You could take it out in one sharpening session if you started with a diamond stone, but it would be a bear. I would just sharpen as usual, except start with a lower grit stone (325, 400) and let it...
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    Beautiful, and nicely finished.

    Beautiful, and nicely finished.
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    Couldn't find a Kramer Evolution. Do you mean...

    Couldn't find a Kramer Evolution. Do you mean Kramer Essential? Or the Miyabi Evolution?
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    Great pics, thanks.

    Great pics, thanks.
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    I haven't seen much that's better at that grit...

    I haven't seen much that's better at that grit level. The slow dishing is a real benefit.
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    Jon Broida goes to Japan every year to hone his...

    Jon Broida goes to Japan every year to hone his skills (so to speak); he should be able to hook you up with some people.
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    I like the sharpening photo. Impeccable style.

    I like the sharpening photo. Impeccable style.
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    Can't see the suji on your site---is it up yet?

    Can't see the suji on your site---is it up yet?
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    Clean and simple----nicely done!

    Clean and simple----nicely done!
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    The wooden block that matches the curve of the...

    The wooden block that matches the curve of the wheel is genius.
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    I think he starts with synthetics and finishes...

    I think he starts with synthetics and finishes with naturals. Maxim will know.
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    Looks nice. Impressive results he got on the...

    Looks nice. Impressive results he got on the plane blade.
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