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Thread: Examples of uneven beveled, shave-ready blades

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    Small even bevels are easy to hone & a pleasure to look at
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    Uneven bevel reveals are a result of the grind not following the edge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesman7 View Post
    Uneven bevel reveals are a result of the grind not following the edge.
    Sure thing. But also could be due to incorrect honing of past users... or a combination of the two.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Srdjan View Post
    Sure thing. But also could be due to incorrect honing of past users... or a combination of the two.
    Correct. I was going to add, 'or the edge not following the grind' , but I figured that it was redundant.
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    Probably my bad.. I thought you implied "grind" as in "factory grind", so a blade that's incorrect out of the factory. Anyway, I got a few more of these shaving like lasers. The bevel doesn't matter, as long as it's tolerable... maybe the topic here should be what's tolerable, in terms of angle and length of the individual sides of the bevel. I think the commonly accepted angles are cca 15-18 degrees, wasn't it?

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