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    Here is a few pics of the full hollow I went a little too far. The difference between success and failure was leaving enough material to hand sand. Mind you this a 3rd attempt at full hollow this thin. The next razor should be a success but we will see.

    There is still some layout dye that I didnít thoroughly cleaned off. I may just leave it as is and clean up the tang and spine some then just shave with it to check my heat treat for edge retention. I always learn more from my mistakes.

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    Nice one John!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfk742 View Post
    Here is a few pics of the full hollow I went a little too far. The difference between success and failure was leaving enough material to hand sand. Mind you this a 3rd attempt at full hollow this thin. The next razor should be a success but we will see.

    There is still some layout dye that I didn’t thoroughly cleaned off. I may just leave it as is and clean up the tang and spine some then just shave with it to check my heat treat for edge retention. I always learn more from my mistakes.

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    How do you do the jumping? Looks nice and clean.

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    A checkering file. I use a file guide to get it started, once the first set of tracks is established you can move on down, registering on your file in the already established cuts. I think the size is 00 which is 20 lines per inch, iirc.
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    I have my sights on a 9" 1į conical disk grinding surface now.
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    9" beveled disc
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    Hard to see, but here is the disc installed on my 2x72.
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    What is the purpose of the conical wheel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodscavenger View Post
    What is the purpose of the conical wheel?
    It is used the same as a flat disc, but the bevel gives you clearance on the other side of the center.
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