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#1 posted 615 days ago

I watch in awe Rob Cosman sharpening videos and try to emulate with the stone and paper grits I have. So far, so good.

I took an ECE plane iron that my late uncle in Germany sent me and wasn’t sharp enough to cut butter without tearing it to a edge that is extremely sharp and you can even see you face in it. My first cut on redwood gave me a curl I used to make this.

It wasn’t easy to take it from where it was to where it is now but keeping it sharp will be easier!

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