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    It's a genuine Washita, which is slightly dished,...

    It's a genuine Washita, which is slightly dished, perhaps 1mm.
    The reason the question was regarding a hard (I meant hard, like a translucent) was that I'm on the lookout for one, but most I see...
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    Flattening a hard stone

    When searching for ways to flatten a hard arkansas most people recommend using loose grit on a plate of float glas.
    But will the loose grit not just grind the Glas out of flat just as fast as it...
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    Its a vintage Berg 3/4" and I dont think its bend.

    Its a vintage Berg 3/4" and I dont think its bend.
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    Does this mean that you chop with the bevel...

    Does this mean that you chop with the bevel towards the waste side ? Then I guess prying is of no concern to the back.
    Im chopping with the back towards my self and the waste side, so if I pry its...
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    Mortising, To pry or not to pry?

    That is the question :D

    Im a rookie and usually overthink things. When I the other day chopped my first mortise I notised that there was quite a wear bevel on the back of the mortise chisel. It...
  6. It's from Norway or Sweden I'm sure. Just under 1...

    It's from Norway or Sweden I'm sure. Just under 1 mm between the growth rings.
  7. I suspect sharpening is at least one issue. At...

    I suspect sharpening is at least one issue. At the moment im caught between 3 sharpening regimes. Yours with spydercos and hollow grind, David Ws with oilstones and Rob cosmans. Im mixing everything...
  8. Is it safe to conclude that using an A2 iron in...

    Is it safe to conclude that using an A2 iron in an low angle plane is foolish if the goal is to plane end grain with a low angle of attack ?
  9. End grain and my LN 60 1/2 R block plane, and other troubles..warning, long read...

    I have not postet for a while. Been away from woodworking due to having to little kids.

    Now im back in a new house and im in the process of setting up my workshop. Im lucky to have a heated floor...
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    Ok thanks 🙂

    Ok thanks 🙂
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    Thanks Jim. would you be interested to sell them...

    Thanks Jim. would you be interested to sell them to me ?
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    Jasper stones

    I have just recently heard that jasper stones apparently are a good sharpening media both for grinding and final honing. Aparently they should be on level with hard Arkansas and some japanese wet...
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    Thank you I didn't know about him

    Thank you I didn't know about him
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    Jnats, where to buy?

    I have a friend who has some very expensive Japanese kitchen knives. He wants to buy jnats to keep them sharp. He knows it's a jungle and wants to know where to get good advise and good quality for...
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    Ok I think there is nothing to be "afraid of then"

    Ok I think there is nothing to be "afraid of then"
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    CBN wheel vs various types of steel

    On a Facebook group I'm a member of dedicated to chisels there is a guy who claims that using a CBN wheel on high carbon steel is a bad idea because it will gum up the wheel making it useless for...
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    Thanks, I will try to find it and read it.

    Thanks, I will try to find it and read it.
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    Yes the chipbreaker is as close as I can get it....

    Yes the chipbreaker is as close as I can get it.

    To be honest, I bought the LN62 from a local guy in good used condition. The blade were sharp and I did not check the angle.
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    Sipo mahogany

    Im making a tray for our bathtub, for champagne and strawberry...have to keep the wife happy..

    I began with 2x4 stock and began to prepare the edges for gluing. I had lots of tearout in the...
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    Whats this knife/saw for?

    A friend of mine has this tool and wants to know whats its for?

    We were thinking veneer, but it might be a litle too coarse.

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  21. Derek, How important is it to grind at half speed...

    Derek, How important is it to grind at half speed ?
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    One would think that using a plate like that with...

    One would think that using a plate like that with loose grits is going to wear on the plate too ?
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    Can any waterstone be used to create the slurry...

    Can any waterstone be used to create the slurry on a Kanban? From 240 grit to 8000?
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    Whats that steel plate ? is it just mild steel...

    Whats that steel plate ? is it just mild steel ground flat ?
  25. Thanks, I already found out that the coarse is...

    Thanks, I already found out that the coarse is not coarse enough.... I think somebody has tried to flatten some of the chisels before, because some of them has a corner thats very low, suggesting the...
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