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  • Hanmak17
    Hanmak17 replied to the thread Burr removal.
    Lastly, probably should have been firstly. Jude is one of the GOATS!
  • Hanmak17
    Hanmak17 replied to the thread Burr removal.
    I also highly recommend this series as the camera work makes it easier to see the motion and method the sharpener is using in whole.
  • Hanmak17
    Hanmak17 replied to the thread Burr removal.
    PS: Same as with your sharpening, I would HIGHLY encourage you to find a more comfortable grip, and motion. You're going to be removing...
  • Hanmak17
    Hanmak17 replied to the thread Burr removal.
    In this context think of thinning as simply removing sufficient material to create a new bevel angle (see attached). That angle could be...
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  • Hanmak17
    Hanmak17 replied to the thread Burr removal.
    That might be an objective here? I've done this a few times (intentionally) when I've failed to keep up with thinning and the shoulders...
  • Hanmak17
    Hanmak17 replied to the thread Burr removal.
    Agree w/ @Benuser. If this is the first thinning of this knife there is probably a lot of material to remove. Try to think about the new...
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    Hanmak17 reacted to Benuser's post in the thread Burr removal with Like Like.
    No need to sharpen the edge with your 220. But we're very far away from that. First start your thinning, go on until only very thin line...
  • Hanmak17
    Hanmak17 replied to the thread Burr removal.
    Spot on, well said
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    Hanmak17 reacted to HumbleHomeCook's post in the thread Burr removal with Like Like.
    I don't remember. Here's the thing, I don't stress it nearly that much. I don't do any overly unique de-burring methods. For soft...
  • Hanmak17
    Hanmak17 replied to the thread Burr removal.
    It is physically impossible to sharpen a knife without creating a burr. They are just building very fine burrs that break off regularly...
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    Hanmak17 replied to the thread Burr removal.
    Actually there is some value in focusing on your stainless edge, if it's done right at the right angle you can produce a really durable...
  • Hanmak17
    Hanmak17 replied to the thread Burr removal.
    I'm not sure what he's doing so can't speak to it. I'm not using the strop to remove the burr, I'm using it to weaken the burr without...
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    Hanmak17 reacted to Benuser's post in the thread Burr removal with Like Like.
    If the knives have never been thinned, expect a serious job, especially with soft stainless, which is, due to its carbides, quite...
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    Hanmak17 reacted to hibbs00's post in the thread Burr removal with Like Like.
    Makes sense. I will just have to remember to thin first next time. I think I'm going to start thinning before every sharpening like...
  • Hanmak17
    Hanmak17 replied to the thread Burr removal.
    I have an old Champagne cork (Billiecart Salmon of course) that seems to really grab at the edge, sits next to my strop.
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