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    Shigefusa thinning, refinishing, and sharpening

    Had this one in from a customer... just finished today...


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    That looks nice, Jon!
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    Close up, and macro shots? Would love to see that :-)

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    Ah image is already 2048 pixel wide, no worries. Just need to open it up in a new tab.

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    Be honest did you post this because I just bought a shig?

    And Wolfgang Puck At Hotel Bel-Air... Not a bad way to spend $200

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    Clean Work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkultra View Post
    Be honest did you post this because I just bought a shig?

    And Wolfgang Puck At Hotel Bel-Air... Not a bad way to spend $200
    I think I posted pics of the meal somewhere on here... It was my birthday present to myself

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    jon, what condition was it in before the process? i recently got a shig and it needed a lot of work. i spent a good hour on a chosera 400 and it cuts now but still wedges considerably on potatoes so needs more thinning. just wondering how much more i need to do to get it to anywhere near your level. i only thinned about half inch behind the edge, maybe another half inch?

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    i use the big wheel for a lot of coarse work... thinning took place from about 1 inch up or so. Just look at the geometry and go until it starts to make sense.

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