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He holds the record in forging a kitchen knife from scratch including sharpening and putting the handle on though, I think in about 1 hour - just...
The "perfect" regrind for a Mora for me personally if I did it again, would be a compound grind with a full flat for most of the knife and...
He does great work indeed.
I️ had one Mora companion reprofiled by him to a thin full flat.
Same here - does not affect performance!
Wow - nice !
Michael Christy shows the whole sharpening process of serrations quite nicely here (and no bad results either :)): [MEDIA]
I have used the Baryonyx Arctic Fox field sharpener almost exclusively recently. Great feedback, nice polish. You get the fine side in a grown up...
For comparison sake, this might be helpful: https://www.bladeforums.com/threads/the-grand-unified-grit-chart.856708/
Thanks for that overview!
I'd like to add that the AF field stone is also easier to use as a "bench stone" than the DMT folders if you feel like...
Yes, if I use a ceramic like that for a microbevel, I use the Norton brand mineral oil.
I don’t use those sintered ceramics anymore but if I do, I have used mineral oil for quite some time now.
Wow, that's quite a sink bridge. Even though completely unnecessary but it would be a lot of fun to have and use!
Oh, o.k., yes! Good holder!
I am using this one: https://www.japaneseknifeimports.com/collections/sharpening-accessories/products/large-stone-holder-1 and have never had an...
I am in too!
It's been a while M!
Who knows - but I understand it as edge trailing movement on a stone as well. Just like stropping on a stone. I would not use that term to replace...
I have a Norton Crystolon combi stone and since I have been using the Norton brand oil, I have not had any problems with glazing etc. Dishing yes,...