Hand Tools

Subject:
check out the nano hone stuff..
Response To:
The real story... ()

David Weaver
.....I remember when I thought king stones were expensive and "boy, this hobby seems like an endless money drain" (buying wood and metal constantly is definitely that).

What I gather of the nanohone stuff is you can be close to four figures just with a "sink bridge" and flattening stone, and you still have to buy the stones (which appear to cost less than the flattening stone that's created to deal with a setup that would grind the coat on most flattening stones).

Anodized surface trays to sharpen in also available for $200.

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