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TOPIC: Multiple bevels - which grit to drop down to?

Re: Multiple bevels - which grit to drop down to? 1 year 5 months ago #9836

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johpe wrote:
To try to throw a little bit more gasoline on the potential fire here (or actually just to get your opinions on this), which is the strongest and weakest of an edge with only 18 degrees, an edge with 15/18 degrees and an edge with only 15 degrees?

My assumption would be in the order I wrote them;18 strongest and 15 weakest and 15/18 in between.
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My conclusion: you're completely right.

Isn't that what I said?????????? :unsure: :whistle:
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Re: Multiple bevels - which grit to drop down to? 1 year 5 months ago #9841

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Isn't that what I said?????????? :unsure: :whistle:

Of course you did! We mods always agree and draw the same line. :dry: :lol: I must have misunderstood you. But, as you know, this topic has become a rather sensitive one for me ;) :P .
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Re: Multiple bevels - which grit to drop down to? 1 year 5 months ago #9846

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Well, just for a bit of clarity... adding a microbevel to an edge is a bit different then the convex vs. flat bevel picture you posted, right? I agree with the diagram you posted... just don't think it applies here.
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