Originally Posted by starthaus
try looking at it from 10,000 ft. what i am trying to get across is that the hardest material wins. meaning as long as whatever brush you are using is softer than the edge, the brush will not change the edge finish.
so if you that are taking rock, paper, scissors literally, lets change it to a new game called rock, scissors. in my new game rock always beats scissors.
as you were…….
Hmm, we had a name for kids like you on the playground...
BTW, Jim, I like your tuning videos, even watched a few two or three times checking out one detail or another, and I haven't even seen the ones on waxing yet. They're short and concise but include the important details, and it was a relief to finally have an unobscured, well-lit, zoomed-in view of the tools, exactly how you hold them, how that affects how they work, and clearly seeing you perform exactly what you were describing while you described it. For instance, I must have watched half a dozen videos using the SVST Pro Edge beveler, but never got a sense of how much bigger and beefier it is compared to the lightweight Wintersteiger version I have. So thanks for going to the trouble of putting them together!