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  1. Thread: Moving Shop

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    I guess it's official! PS, I just 3D printed a...

    I guess it's official!

    PS, I just 3D printed a copy of your keys from your image. I'm going to drop by and show myself around. Hope you're looking for a new apprentice!
  2. Are you folks using zippies sealing them by...

    Are you folks using zippies sealing them by submerging under water to push all the air out? That's the main trick that helps me use them effectively for everything I've needed. See halfway down...
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    Nice. What did you choose?

    Nice. What did you choose?
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    Are the solutions from USP in water, alcohol, or...

    Are the solutions from USP in water, alcohol, or some other liquid?
  5. Thread: Moving Shop

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    Also, since you'll be in the neighborhood, you...

    Also, since you'll be in the neighborhood, you should come to the local Sweet Potato Festival on Oct. 4th. Last year there were 21 different varieties to dig up, and even sweet potato ice cream. It...
  6. Thread: Moving Shop

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    I drive up 83 from MD to go visit my family in...

    I drive up 83 from MD to go visit my family in Lancaster. Sounds like a visit to the new shop is in order when I head up in a few months ;)

    And oh yeah, it's about as Amish as it gets out there.
  7. Thread: Moving Shop

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    Glad to hear it. Where will it be?

    Glad to hear it. Where will it be?
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    Costwise, in only saves ~$10, but it's nice to...

    Costwise, in only saves ~$10, but it's nice to have a more compact kit.
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    You make one by applying a replacement pad to the...

    You make one by applying a replacement pad to the back of a regular Atoma plate. Sounds like you need to polish the back of the plate a bit to get it flat first.

    Theory might have been the first...
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    INFO POST They give you a spoon, syringe, and bags of white...

    They give you a spoon, syringe, and bags of white powders? Some modernist cooks need to consider a 12-step program...


    My drawer full of syringes is labeled "For culinary use only: no junkies...
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    I guess what I meant was handy non-knife uses for...

    I guess what I meant was handy non-knife uses for diamond plates.
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    Thanks, crew! I'm going with a 140/600 combo. ...

    Thanks, crew! I'm going with a 140/600 combo. Have a 10" diameter diamond lapping wheel at my lab (that looks much like the Atoma surface, dot pattern with interruptions to clear swarf) that I can...
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    I'll have the swing by sometime soon. It's...

    I'll have the swing by sometime soon. It's certainly gelati weather.
  14. Thread: Poly or Mono

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    What I wanted to know is if you knew...

    What I wanted to know is if you knew disadvantages to a polycrystalline slurry vs mono.
  15. Thread: Poly or Mono

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    Individual diamond crystals have an octahedral...

    Individual diamond crystals have an octahedral shape, so that suggests mono to me. It is easier to control the growth of single crystals when synthesizing them as well, so it's likely that's what...
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    I took a chef's advice and sliced 10 lbs of...

    I took a chef's advice and sliced 10 lbs of onions into 1/8" ribbons with my new Shig, making sure to contact the full blade with the onions as it sliced. Don't dilly dally, do it fast and steadily...
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    Basically, what are the virtues of going 600 vs...

    Basically, what are the virtues of going 600 vs 1200?
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    Recomended Atoma Combo. 140+ ???

    I'm planning on getting an Atoma 140 for stone flattening and serious repairs. It's tempting to get the stick-on pad and apply that to the back of another Atoma plate.

    For folks that have used...
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    I only make jokes because I have no idea. I was...

    I only make jokes because I have no idea. I was trusting the peanut gallery to chime in with real suggestions, though I believe there are numerous threads discussing the matter. What I recall is...
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    Just sayin', the OP cleared off after 3 posts on...

    Just sayin', the OP cleared off after 3 posts on the first page. Hopefully he wasn't scared away. That certainly wasn't the goal of everyone giving him sharpening advice. That said, there are some...
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    I think you need to hold it out of an airplane...

    I think you need to hold it out of an airplane and rub it against some clouds. They act as a very fine natural abrasive due to the microscopic ice crystals in them. You can bring out different...
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    Okay, crew. You can both sharpen knives. Now...

    Okay, crew. You can both sharpen knives. Now quit bickering. You can only truly tell whose is bigge... I mean sharper by comparing them in person. The Internet is surely no place for such disputes....
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    That sounds like a sensible limitation, gotta...

    That sounds like a sensible limitation, gotta work with what's available. It's clearly better than having dull stainless knives. I think we can all agree that caring for our tools, regardless of...
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    Just to chime in here, I think two salient points...

    Just to chime in here, I think two salient points can be made that satisfy everybody.

    LKH9 is relatively new here, barely 3 months in (so don't feel like a long-time senior member is picking on...
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    Dave Arnold at Cooking Issues advocates for...

    Dave Arnold at Cooking Issues advocates for polishing the surface of new cast iron. Not only does it smooth the surface, it opens the pore structure, giving the seasoning more texture to latch on to....
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