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King Neo is the best place to start with the best range of edge finish on the widest range of steels and the best features for the money.
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Need pictures to rule things out, sometimes measurements vary from person to person, expert eyes can see empirically and assist better.
No one runs it hard though
They don't need to be dressed or Flattened when new.
I've had them for a few months, I've been playing around with them.
I thought it was...
Some key take aways for me on using these matrix stones is to keep them flat and only Flatten and dress with the 240grit aluminum oxide powder....
Just playing around on the edge pro with the diamond matrix stones. Last week, I was playing around with the Venev OCB 1200 grit (5/3um) and 2000...
Rusty, use the diamond spray, not the paste, I use it on all my knives.
I like the Portland Knife House diamond spray best.
Haha the woodpecker visual got me Rollin :D
The biggest, thickest, softest steeled blade that is 1" thick at the spine that doesn't rust but makes sparks with flint stone on the spine which...
Pheer 454 best bargain for the working man. Save up and get the VFD too.
Haha, hell yeah!
The king Neo will accentuate the zdp edge better though. Some folks may want a higher finish on Aogami Super.
That's the beauty of Aogami Super and Ultra blue (1.2562)
It doesn't need any special stones to sharpen.
Yes, that would be interesting, that's always the problem with graphs is we never see the raw data that they were made with and how they gathered...
For me the fastest wear stone was the
And it cut slow which made it laughable.
Ratio of material removed for stone consumed is...
King "Neo" 800 grit
A total "sleeper" stone.
This is the best kept secret stone for getting into benchstones and freehand.
Has all the features...
Michael Christy deserves more love. Before he came around there were people saying you could not get high carbide steels hair whittling or that...
1um diamond Spray on leather, my favorite.
You're rounding the apex over. Try just the 220 grit and the leather.
If that doesn't work then it means your microbevel is too steep, do a...