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    The Knife Making Process- Sharpening In Sakai

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    Awesome! Thanks for sharing
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    Great photos, Jon.

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    That is cool process. Really love the jig to hold the blade steady.
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    Great pix. Very interesting how the various parts are being sharpened.

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    You have a great eye you could sell those.
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    we actually sell canvas prints of a lot of the photos in the store

    speaking of, if anyone wants to order a print of something, let me know.

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    I did not know that , another reason to go to JKI.
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    yeah... our canvas prints are kind of large and thus a pain to ship, but if anyone is interested, we can order various sizes and various types of prints

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    How do you get from:

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    My singles are starting to get a mirror finish between shig and lamination line. Would prefer the satin (prob wrong term) finish.

    Stones are 2k gesshin to 5K rika.

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