Fri Feb 21, 2014 10:40 am
Exactly. However, there is no need for any edge~trailing stokes.
Whatsoever. Grind must be compensated for, at some point.
Fri Feb 21, 2014 10:49 am
Dan_Crubenew wrote:I don't know why this just came to me, but I recall someone, somewhere stating their belief that 4 pounds was the ideal pressure to sharpen with, I don't know if that is the case, I certainly don't pay enough attention to it and I can sharpen fine. Perhaps I will try next time.
I like that JeffB said there is no one way to sharpen, that is obviously true. On the forum here there is a diversity of sharpening technique but only one sharpening result; a sharp knife. So, I would say try out different things, go with what does work for you.
Sailor wrote:Desol thanks for this but I am still missing something, not doubting you but I'm missing a piece. How does an edge trailing stroke differ from a leading stroke in terms of metal removal if the same light pressure is used?
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