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    It seems to succeed. I will refine the edge, but everything looks good.

    This is worked for me:
    I leaved 1.5 mm thikness of the edge.
    soaking: 805C / 1480F, 8 min.
    quenching oil: 50-60C / 130F, 20 sec
    tempering: after cooling to room temperature, 200-205C / ~400F, 2x1h (between cooling to room temperature)

    After the shave test:

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    Thank you for all the help!
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    Blade looks great! Sounds like you got it right this time.
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    Thank you very much!

    ....and couple of hours later (sorry for the bad pic):

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    Update!

    I created the original razor again.

    My process:
    I leaved 1.5 mm thikness of the edge.
    soaking: 805C / 1480F, 8 min.
    quenching oil: 55C 20 sec
    tempering: after cooling to room temperature, 210C 2x1h (between cooling to room temperature)
    After this I sanded a few tenths of millimeters from the edge.

    Conclution after the test: I got the best, smooth, sharp edge ever. I am very happy, and thank you for your help!
    The owner is also very satisfied with the razor.

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    Awesome looking razor!
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    If it's worth doing, it's worth over doing!

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