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philip marcou

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#1 posted 08-04-2012 07:24 AM

Good quality diamond plates are mighty versatile and get quick results, but for those folk convinced that they don’t go fine enough in the grits they are not good enough (they should try diamond paste then…). I think lots of money is wasted on trying to get edges impractically sharp, but if sharpening is more of a hobby than woodworking then there is no end to stones, plates, compounds, pastes, papers, films, solutions etc and there is “new” stuff coming out all the time, not to mention gadgets, machines and techniques….
Philip, the Cynical.


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