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    Mirror sharpening question.

    Hi guys.
    Borrowing Dave's pic to illustrate my point (I hope you don't mind). I assume that was done via Japanese natural store or any other natural stone which doesn't have precise grit like artificial ones. Or if it?

    I have a 6k grit stone and I can get it to mirror without an issue but it's kinda straight, but I want to try to create that effect.

    Thanks

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    are you talking about the wavy dark line? thats the cladiding between the stainless lamination and carbon core on this knife... the color is brought out in etching

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    Aye as above its a San mai. The wave effect of the weld line comes from the manner in which the 3 layer billet is forged down to size and the tools used.
    You can see the polished bevel which is a straight line on the edge.

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    Oh, that's what I was afraid of. Appriciate the insight gentlemen

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    The core steel on the Hiromoto does look really cool with a good etch. Maybe we should all have one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    The core steel on the Hiromoto does look really cool with a good etch. Maybe we should all have one?

    Yes! I am still stuck with 8" Henckels chefs

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