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    If this is the case,.. well, it can be paired up...

    If this is the case,.. well, it can be paired up with another cheap Japanese knife for actual use purpose. Human is weird, I'm one of those people who won't use a tool when it looks too majestic and...
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    Nice.

    Nice.
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    When I was totally new to sharpening, I tried all...

    When I was totally new to sharpening, I tried all kinds of methods I could think of, sandpaper of different grits, metal file, hard roadside bricks, ceramic cup bottom, all to no avail. I didn't know...
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    From what I understand, you edge-trail only on...

    From what I understand, you edge-trail only on waterstones, with harder stones like silicon carbide, Arkansas, oil stone, you can do any motion on them, even circular motion. If you push the edge...
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    No no, I'm not starting another fight, he asked...

    No no, I'm not starting another fight, he asked for sharpening equipment for beginner, so I just remind him of what I shared with him before.

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    Airasia.

    About that Ukraine tragedy,...
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    Now, that's the spirit of a true knife lover and...

    Now, that's the spirit of a true knife lover and the Sharpening Station. Over here, even a pocket knife is made of stainless steel. Stainless is preferred in kitchen because it's "maintenance free",...
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    My elderly friend here got one made by an old...

    My elderly friend here got one made by an old Chinese blacksmith ages ago, quite cheap for the order. She told me that she chopped down a small tree with it and it didn't even have a chip in the edge...
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    Or, even ask another professional to engrave on...

    Or, even ask another professional to engrave on the soft iron as well! It's a sign that this item only belongs to one particular person.
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    May I suggest you to carve the recipient's name...

    May I suggest you to carve the recipient's name into your custom handle, specially & exclusively for her so that she will really treat it like gold. This is one majestic knife.
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    I picked this knife to sharpen just for the sake...

    I picked this knife to sharpen just for the sake of this topic. I don't feel like sharpening this because it's abused every single day by cutting on hard table surface without any cutting boards. I...
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    Re-posted, account prob on Dailymotion. Mod...

    Re-posted, account prob on Dailymotion. Mod please help edit the above post.


    http://youtu.be/uhtAbPu3gf0
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    I just measured the time again, this time, around...

    I just measured the time again, this time, around 10 minutes total minus all the time wasted on unneeded paper slicing frenzy. :knife:Grind on the medium silicon stone until burr is raised, deburr,...
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    No big deal then, it's really bad luck if it's...

    No big deal then, it's really bad luck if it's some hand-forged Japanese knives, which happened to me and another folk here, Ruso.:no:
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    @nerologic Believe me, it doesn't take a lot...

    @nerologic

    Believe me, it doesn't take a lot of time to touch up those crap SS knives. When I do need 1 hour+ to sharpen a SS knife, it's because I want to modify the crap factory bevel, that...
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    I'm sorry, but this video is not so relevant to...

    I'm sorry, but this video is not so relevant to what I ''insulted'' you here in this particular topic.. The knife you're using there is a Japanese carbon knife, which is very easy to sharpen. You...
  16. I dunno, but the common silicon stones I see are...

    I dunno, but the common silicon stones I see are very rough, I don't know what grit they are. But that doesn't matter much, you only need a good finishing stone for making the microbevel, the final...
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    Yes, stropping, even without any compound, is...

    Yes, stropping, even without any compound, is still highly effective. My steak knife here is almost hair-splitting sharp from the strops. It's become a straight razor.
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    You are not alone.

    You are not alone.
  19. If it's not traditional Japanese knife, you won't...

    If it's not traditional Japanese knife, you won't need waterstones for the rough grinding, just get silicon carbide + a good finishing stone, maybe waterstone here will be good for finishing.
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    Seriously, in my life, I have made 3 people cut...

    Seriously, in my life, I have made 3 people cut their own fingers with the crap "Made in China/Thailand" knives that I sharpen for them. Sometimes, people just need to hurt themselves to know how to...
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    How about dipping the whole handle together with...

    How about dipping the whole handle together with the exposed tang into epoxy?
  22. You need a "real" STEEL with vertical grooves...

    You need a "real" STEEL with vertical grooves along the surface, which is not abrasive at all. Stay away from abrasive steels please.

    Most people really have no idea what "steel" is made for,...
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    See how all these crap knives glide through A4...

    See how all these crap knives glide through A4 paper like butter. The 2$ Santoku drops through by only the weight. The other 2 thin looking knives were once serrated for cutting steaks, I removed all...
  24. "Sharpening" steel's real purpose is for...

    "Sharpening" steel's real purpose is for straightening and re-aligning back rolled edges. It's a maintenance tool. You need to get one also.

    Get either SILICON CARBIDE or DIAMOND.
  25. It's better not to use oil on an oil stone. The...

    It's better not to use oil on an oil stone. The metal dust build up will scratch the fine edge of your tool. I find using a foam soaked in soapy water is way better, for wiping the dusts from time to...
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