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maxim

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HeHe... dried out for tomatoes have only cherry tomatoes left in the fridge :D
And many Naturals, this time i sharpen very dull Katsushige Anryu pity.

[video=youtube;F86m91adOJo]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F86m91adOJo[/video]
 

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Good job.
Maxim why not move from Aoto to nakiyama kiita?
Why cut a tree, so burr is removed?
 

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I did it only for demo :) 2 stones is enough. Yes cut in the wood was to remove burr
 

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Nice to see the swarf/mud ratio change with the progression to harder stones.
Sad that I cannot hear the sound of the stones.

Anyone for a fund raise that maxim can get bigger tomato? :)
 

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Nice to see the swarf/mud ratio change with the progression to harder stones.
Sad that I cannot hear the sound of the stones.

Anyone for a fund raise that maxim can get bigger tomato? :)
and a microphone :)
 

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thought i heard rain in the back ground .
thank's for the demo
 

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Nice vid, Max. There is much to learn from watching them.

DarkHOeK
 

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I'd like to see a video of gyuto sharpening, maybe something san-mai so we can see the kasumi finish, but more importantly I'd like to see the camera at stone level on your right hand side, so we can see the angles you use for the thinning, edge, and microbevel, etc.
 

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I'd like to see a video of gyuto sharpening, maybe something san-mai so we can see the kasumi finish, but more importantly I'd like to see the camera at stone level on your right hand side, so we can see the angles you use for the thinning, edge, and microbevel, etc.
Here is video with sound and for Gyuto sharpening san-mai with kasumi finish http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/showthread.php?337-Moritaka-and-Karasu-love&highlight=moritaka

I try to make one with angle too :)
 

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But that was one of the most important Beethoven concertos ever written!
 
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