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    Quote Originally Posted by heirkb View Post
    I'm trying to see it, but I don't lol.
    He has water on the knife and it is on a waterstone.
    If you look at standard images of the house the outside with the waterfall actually looks like a few Japanese waterstones.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fallingwater
    I guess I spend too much time here, but I bet others see it.

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    Funny?




    Sorry for the threadjack, BTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    Funny?




    Sorry for the threadjack, BTW.
    Lmao that is an instant classic. Guess I am not alone in seeing Japanese waterstones in Frank Lloyd Wright falling water. I feel so much better not being alone in my disease.
    Ditto on the thread jack sorry.

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    I really can't judge from the pic., but I wouldn't mind trying it out. I wouldn't mind seeing how this comes out.

    Ya I do see falling water in the pics. too funny.

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    That's awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    Funny?
    Definitely.

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    Only on this forum... hehehe.

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    Nice!

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    Randy, did you get one of the platen's from Nathan? I got a 48" one and while being a pain to use( have to keep stuff ultra square) it makes the urasuki much easier to do efficiently. Looking good so far. I started a mioroshi deba also lol, looks like we are doing single bevels at the same time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Davis View Post
    Randy, did you get one of the platen's from Nathan? I got a 48" one and while being a pain to use( have to keep stuff ultra square) it makes the urasuki much easier to do efficiently. Looking good so far. I started a mioroshi deba also lol, looks like we are doing single bevels at the same time
    Me too. I would not make a single-beveled gyuto (don't see a point) but a yanagi or a deba, why not, especially in a good steel.

    Warping is an issue on steep angles (~10 degrees), but one has to deal with it.

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