To some extent, the same applies to #200. If I were to guess, this was done on purpose with the changes they made.
I'm no fan either, but for occasional thinning, I would still sacrifice the 120 if SG is a must, or just get the Pro version of it.
You can make a great slurry on it or pretty much none at all, depending on how it's used and I guess this is experience related. Same thing with...
It's fast. The other 2 will be influenced by how it's used.
Maybe all of them. What would you want it to do?
Not sure about touch ups, as this is highly user dependent, but everything else is best in class, plus a few extras that most people might like or...
200 should be 100%, as it was announced by the company. Maybe 3000 is just with Carter's site for a while. Who knows. They also announced some...
Dictum should get the #200 option. Maybe 3000 will be there as well.
Never. I'm the embodiment of collectors' nightmares.
You can do anything. Nothing is impossible. Just buy anything you like and use enjoy!...
If you really want SG, go as coarse as possible.
But SP won't be that much bigger or heavier.
I don't think it's out yet. About 2 weeks ago was announced as possible pre order option.
Actually, you can, but on a Glass would be just very poor doing.
I make new bevels for these on stones alone.
Those naturals are 100% unknown quantities. You need to trial and error them.
Also trial and error after every single stone. This will provide...
No offence intended.
I cut anything just to feel stuff.
The biggest problem with this cutting is not the cutting itself, but the way it feels and that's something you...
Knives are much more forgiving in a way. You can use (and most people do) a knife without doing a great job sharpening it.
Going from knives to razors usually does seem harder than the other way around.
Listen as much as you can. TV, movies, audio books maybe. Try reading and writing everyday 1-2 pages. More if you have the time.
Yes. And water before they are used. Even the very fine seemed to like water quite a bit.
I did lots of work with them on stainless. Always soaked. Just let the abrasive do its job.
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