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Re: Chosera 5000/10000 or super fine ceramic? 1 year 9 months ago #6279

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Hello Chris AKA Billabong...

Sincerely interested !!

PhilPhilipPasteur wrote:
So, what are the answers, and what other thread. I just ordered the superfine and microfine stones...I am curious!!

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PhilipPasteur wrote:
Chris,
The question is... the important thing, how did they work on steel?
Phil

I already know those answers Phil, also posted in another thread. ;)
Phil

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Re: Chosera 5000/10000 or super fine ceramic? 10 months 2 weeks ago #13882

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RE: rotating stones:
:unsure: :ohmy:
I marked all my stones at each end of the handle. I marked them as "1A" "1B" "2A" and "2B" I sharpen my knife using the "1" side up or down and the "A" either on the left or right. So, for example, On the first knife " 1A" is in the top left, second knife it is bottom left, third knife top right and fourth knife bottom left. Hopefully this helps compensate for differences between my right-hand and left-hand technique as well as my upstroke and down stroke technique.
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Re: Chosera 5000/10000 or super fine ceramic? 10 months 2 weeks ago #13889

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That sounds a very simple solution to getting maximum from the stones !
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Re: Chosera 5000/10000 or super fine ceramic? 10 months 2 weeks ago #13931

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R.JeffreyCoates wrote:
RE: rotating stones:
:unsure: :ohmy:
I marked all my stones at each end of the handle. I marked them as "1A" "1B" "2A" and "2B" I sharpen my knife using the "1" side up or down and the "A" either on the left or right. So, for example, On the first knife " 1A" is in the top left, second knife it is bottom left, third knife top right and fourth knife bottom left. Hopefully this helps compensate for differences between my right-hand and left-hand technique as well as my upstroke and down stroke technique.

I think that this should help to equalize stone wear as well where it is a factor. I have the ends of the paddles marked so that I can alternate that aspect. I probably should mark the paddles for use on alternating sides as well. Good idea.
Phil

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Re: Chosera 5000/10000 or super fine ceramic? 10 months 1 week ago #13934

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R.JeffreyCoates wrote:
RE: rotating stones:
:unsure: :ohmy:
I marked all my stones at each end of the handle. I marked them as "1A" "1B" "2A" and "2B" I sharpen my knife using the "1" side up or down and the "A" either on the left or right. So, for example, On the first knife " 1A" is in the top left, second knife it is bottom left, third knife top right and fourth knife bottom left. Hopefully this helps compensate for differences between my right-hand and left-hand technique as well as my upstroke and down stroke technique.

+1......that sounds like a very workable / feasible idea........thanks for sharing that. ;)
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