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How to tune a edges

post #1 of 11
Thread Starter 

First a debur with shop stone

Then moonflex 400,800 and 1500 grit diamond stones

The a good polishing with 400 and 800 grit SVT ceramic stones.

 

And then the back of my Thumb

 

post #2 of 11

OUCH!

 

Nuff said.

post #3 of 11
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Originally Posted by jbuhl View Post

 

First a debur with shop stone

Then moonflex 400,800 and 1500 grit diamond stones

The a good polishing with 400 and 800 grit SVT ceramic stones.

 

And then the back of my Thumb

 


 

to paraphrase a guy arrested here for domestic assault who is alleged to have yelled at the victim "Stop bleeding on the bed!".....

 

stop bleeding on the wax!!

post #4 of 11

This post should have come with a warning for the squeamish

post #5 of 11

I'm thinking about carrying safety suits for those of us dangerous around tools. Whad'ya think?

 

post #6 of 11

So.  How'd they ski?  I hear Lindsey Vonn no longer needs her duct tape.

post #7 of 11
Thread Starter 

They looked like the skied good, they were my daughters skies .

 

This flapper bled like I never seen.  Started with a regular band aid and I could see the blood coming up through the pores of the fabric so I put on the big patch band aid and it just bled right through that one as well.  Finally after the second series she finally slowed down.  Got up this morning and there was a big swipe of blood on the bathroom door facing where I turned on the light and then another big glob on my pants leg.

 

It was like an ax murder.

post #8 of 11

I prefer to stop after the ceramic stone.

post #9 of 11

That's a good technique with the added benefit that you can cork the blood into the wax for a good overlay!

 

Ouch, we've all done it and it always hurts

post #10 of 11

More duct tape.

post #11 of 11
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Originally Posted by Alpinord View Post

 

I'm thinking about carrying safety suits for those of us dangerous around tools. Whad'ya think?

 


 

Richie rICH will buy that!

 

 

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