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    Is it beveled on left, right, or both sides? By the way...you stumped me &a i had to look it up
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    Quote Originally Posted by shooter74743 View Post
    Is it beveled on left, right, or both sides? By the way...you stumped me &a i had to look it up
    I hope Google was your friend.

    Kataba (single bevel) & right hander. 270mm long.
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    I breadknifed on a Norton lapping stone to get the chips out. Then Norton 220, then 1K, then lapping film up to .03u. Finally, CrOx and FrOx on balsa, then strop. A great shave this morning!
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    Quote Originally Posted by moostashio View Post
    I breadknifed on a Norton lapping stone to get the chips out. Then Norton 220, then 1K, then lapping film up to .03u. Finally, CrOx and FrOx on balsa, then strop. A great shave this morning!
    Is that edge frowning or is it just the pics tricking my eyes ?
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    I think it's the camera angle. The edge is flat.
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    Started with the frame for my beltgrinder this evening. Just me, a piece of steel and a hacksaw

    This is the result with all loose parts for now.



    2014-01-11 21.33.50 by Remco van de Sanden, on Flickr


    2014-01-11 21.34.01 by Remco van de Sanden, on Flickr

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    Strong there will be a device. The wheel will need to be pierced on the lathe. I use just the same wheel.
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    Just finished some custom scales for a friend. I did not pin the razor yet because he wants to buff it a little first.

    Made from ivory paper micarta, wedge is buffalo horn, nickel-silver pin.








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    Had a few moments today to work on my beltgrinder. Made the tracking arm/mechanism. Still need to weld/clean it up, but it works like a charm


    2014-01-18 16.54.39 by Remco van de Sanden, on Flickr



    2014-01-18 16.54.53 by Remco van de Sanden, on Flickr

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    Finished up the scales and wedge on my first restore (FR Reynolds) last night and as I was peening the wedge end, the recon stone cracked! I was frustrated and now I am switching from a recon stone wedge to a maroon micarta instead.
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