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    amakusa stone wheel


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    fun little natural stone i will try to post link.

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    very cool... i got to use one of those and an even larger one while i was training in Japan last year. To see stones that size and larger is just mindblowing.

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    Jon i wondering if you saw some of these stones
    they have just basic stones also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
    Jon i wondering if you saw some of these stones
    they have just basic stones also.
    i've seen some like these

    i saw one that was about 10 in wide and about mid thigh high... the guy i was sharpening with had 3 in his shop... 1 on a wheel and 2 spares

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    interestingly enough they use amakusa bricks to make fireplaces in Japan.

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    ok i need more info on this stuff what grits are they and what speeds can they be run at also how big (can you tell i want one)

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