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    Gah, my apple says it requires an adobe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    back up and running again
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    What's going on here around the 2-minute mark? Looks like a small natty you might you to build slurry along the sides of the knife.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    among other things today, i turned this:


    into this:
    My first thought is that you turned three knives into one. I was like, "What is this, Zelda?"

    Then I noticed the ferrule notch on the Deba and chuckled to myself. I've got one of those!

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    short break for cleaning up water and refilling tank

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    that's not how I expected you to use the big wheel...I thought you would be using the curved side and wondered how you would keep surfaces flat/convex vs concave.

    What were you doing to that blade? Looked like you were maybe polishing/rounding the spine at one point?
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    i had to reshape the blade... thats what i was doing.

    Everyone asks about the stone and why i use it this way. In japan there are two types of stones used in knifemaking/sharpening... one vertical (like what you had in mind) and one like mine. The vertical one is used more for rough shaping and the ura. The one like i have is used for the bevel and preparing for final sharpening. Its also used when makers do sharpening or repair. Since i'm not making blades here (yet), i use this stone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    (yet)
    Awesome.

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    Thanks Jon!
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    Would you call this a deba with mioroshi hatsuke? Recalled you talked about this a while ago.


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