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Re: Lapping the Micro-Fine Ceramics 1 year 7 months ago #7415

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Gamut: an entire range or series <ran the gamut from praise to contempt>

It's not a gamut check. He means he will go through all of the stones, then check the results.
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Re: Lapping the Micro-Fine Ceramics 1 year 7 months ago #7428

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Thank you, sir! That is precisely what I meant.
Particpant in finding out how sharp is sharp!
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Re: Lapping the Micro-Fine Ceramics 1 year 7 months ago #7497

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My crazy logic here, but I wonder if having two sets of micro-fines that are manipulated to replace/remove the 1200/1600 role in a progression is possible?

The first stone being "as it comes" on the coarse side and made coarser on the fine side. (not sure)

The second being "lapped finer" on the coarse side and standard on the fine. (possible)

Can we make the fine ceramic coarser with lapping?
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Re: Lapping the Micro-Fine Ceramics 1 year 7 months ago #7504

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Billabong wrote:
My crazy logic here, but I wonder if having two sets of micro-fines that are manipulated to replace/remove the 1200/1600 role in a progression is possible?

The first stone being "as it comes" on the coarse side and made coarser on the fine side. (not sure)

The second being "lapped finer" on the coarse side and standard on the fine. (possible)

Can we make the fine ceramic coarser with lapping?

Good question. I'll do some testing.
--Clay Allison
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Re: Lapping the Micro-Fine Ceramics 1 year 6 months ago #8481

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Do you lap only the coarse side or both?
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Re: Lapping the Micro-Fine Ceramics 1 year 6 months ago #8483

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VladimirSoskov wrote:
Do you lap only the coarse side or both?

People have done one (usually the coarse side) both, and neither.

I would try them stock for a bit. See your results. Then decide what, if anything you want to do

Ken
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