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David & Winston

Bill Tindall, E.Tn.
David and Winston....it may become like the Watson and Crick of Woodworking .

Will you all compare and contrast exactly what you are using on the buffer. I am unfamiliar with buffing compounds. Are they the same, do they seem to be working the same if they are not the same and how do I know if I have bought the equivalent?

When you become guru status it is critical that the David and Watson groopies do exactly as you do. :)

I discovered I have a buffing wheel I bought decades ago. Still in the box. And it came with some sticks of stuff. How do I know if the buffing wheel will be equivalent, what to look for?

Do you have introductory kits available on Ebay :b

Note I am not in the shop. Annoyed. Cut first two slips to width. Fit. Cut the next 8 the same only to discover these later pre-made a while back sticks of slip stock is enough different that the result is not wide enough. Start over.

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Sharpening and buffing progression pictures *PIC*
Separate on the IH sorby chisels..
If the UK guys are correct...
Comparative Profile Pictures
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I have never looked closely at...
Profile pictures *PIC*
Thoughts on the data
Scale of Image
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Angle near the edge *PIC*
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This is a difficult thing to do precisely
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Capturing the Unicorn Profile
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Outstanding work, Winston! *NM*
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but, do I need to?
Calcined alumina *PIC*
sounds like gunpowder...
Scratches from various compounds *PIC*
Scratches from more compounds; buff vs stick *PIC*
Other Compounds
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Correction
Re: Other Compounds - reinventing the wheel...
will do...
Well! good work
Red stuff
File in useless knowledge
partly my fault for voluminous posts..
hardness of iron oxide
Google monster says
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Wooden planes
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Thanks, Jon!!
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great experiments
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Re: Scratches from more compounds; buff vs stick
wait till you try...
The white stuff is...
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various compounds - difficult to judge
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looking forward to...
Further Observations
Some other things to try
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I am anxious to try your suggestion *NM*
Interesting..
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not sure I agree
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Factory ground *PIC*
Marples catalog...
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blogger grind
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you're still failing...
after you do your survey, you'll find
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I remember reading this...
great work
Thank you for experimenting
these results will require some study
David & Winston
Buffing wheel vs hard felt
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Thinking about establishing the Unicorn profile
Amen, Reverend
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Tormek
if the tormek had a higher speed leather wheel...
Clarification, please
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Preparing a beading blade
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for testing plane blade durability..
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Suzuki Tool 4000
judging scratches
eek...expensive..
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