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  • #52520
    KP Church
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    It’s sharpened down to 0.25 microns @ 18.3*.  I’m satisfied for my first attempt.

    #52521
    KP Church
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    Photo hadn’t uploaded. Odd

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    #52524
    MarcH
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    Nicely done KP Church.  Welcome to the W.E. Forum.  Which model WEPS are you using?

    Marc
    (MarcH's Rack-It)

    #52525
    KP Church
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    I picked up the Gen 3 Pro.

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    #52527
    Pat
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    Excellent.  So how did it cut?  So how do you examine the edge to ensure it is apexed and no remnants of any burrs?  Guys use various methods (e.g. jeweler’s loop, USB microscope, etc…).  Did you stop with DLFs or did you strop as your last step?

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    #52529
    KP Church
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    Pat, it cuts fantastically.  I currently just feel the burr has been raised at my lowest grits and continue on.  I have though about getting a ISB microscope.  Was just looking at them on Amazon moments ago in fact.

    My progression is as follows;

    100/200, 400/600, 800/1000, 1500/2200, 3000/6M DLF, 5/3.5 leather, 1/0.5 leather, and finished w/ 0.25 kangaroo.  Ran out of time to use the 0.10.  I’m still waiting for the 14/10 to be delivered.

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    #52530
    Organic
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    Excellent work! That’s the beauty of the Wicked Edge; you don’t have to be an expert to get expert level results.

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    #52550
    Pat
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    By the photos, looks really good and sounds like you have it down!  Congrats…you likely learned it much faster than I did (I’m stubborn).

    Pat, it cuts fantastically. I currently just feel the burr has been raised at my lowest grits and continue on. I have though about getting a ISB microscope. Was just looking at them on Amazon moments ago in fact. My progression is as follows; 100/200, 400/600, 800/1000, 1500/2200, 3000/6M DLF, 5/3.5 leather, 1/0.5 leather, and finished w/ 0.25 kangaroo. Ran out of time to use the 0.10. I’m still waiting for the 14/10 to be delivered.

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