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Sharpening methods #5: Old Danish honing strop and making a copy...

11-30-2016 09:48 PM by mafe | 13 comments »

Old Danish honing stropand making a copy… My dear friend Flemming came by the shop as he often do, this time I had invited him for a cafe latte, since I bought my self a new Rancilio Silvia espresso machine (just like the old one), the old one was fourteen years now and needed repair. In fact I just had a friend of a friend picking up the old one few minutes ago, I saw on Facebook that he needed one and had no money, like this life goes in wonderful circles (his friend will repair it...

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Carving tools #2: Honing stick - field honing and stropping for spoon knifes

01-28-2014 01:31 PM by mafe | 13 comments »

Honing stickfield honing and stropping for spoon knifes First little project in the shop after it’s reopening. Made this little drawing in my sketchbook last year and decided it was a good little get ‘started project’. So a piece of a old broomstick. Run through the table saw a little over the center. Making for the slice. Ripping down half way. Finishing the cut. That’s a stick with a slice… Making a groove for a O-ring. Here the O-...

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Sharpening methods #4: Stropping (honing on a leather strop)

11-14-2011 02:59 PM by mafe | 52 comments »

Stroppingthanks to Div. Dear LJ’s it’s been a while since my last confession on LJ, this one is about stropping.(It is actually an old set of photos that just never became a blog for a reason at that time). For those who never heard of stropping, it is simply to hone the edge of your iron on a piece of leather with some compound or paste as the honing material, just as you have probably seen a barber do on his leather strap with the razor knife. A long time ago I read abo...

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