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Extreme low grit sharpening : 24 grit nubatama

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Published on Nov 18, 2012

This video is not meant to argue that this stone is a sensible selection for a finishing stone because it :

-can easily damage edges if you are not careful
-will reset bevels so fast that it can be unintentional
-poses a high risk of over sharpening and waste of metal

This is just to illustrate a few points noted in the description of the last video :

-overlap the scratch pattern to minimize the burr
-back sharpen to minimize the micro-bevel (and maximize cutting ability)

It also shows how :

-you can get extremely fine slicing ability on very low grit stones
-slicing newsprint doesn't require/show any level of polish at all

Note this edge was destressed on the same stone (extremely lightly) before the video started, this is critical for all sharpening but especially when you are working with a one grit stone finish.

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