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Thread: I found a good Turkey stone

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    Senior Member ferroburak's Avatar
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    If one takes speed of cutting/polishing as a function of 'stone roughness', or the size of abrasive particle of a particular hone

    speed of cutting/polishing=f(rougness, size of abrasive)

    Let's say,s= f*10 for the coticule I have. I think s= f*30 or more for this Turkey stone.
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    Better pictures, colors are still mess though (black turned into gray, yellow color still unvisible):

    Smooth side, obviously needs lapping:


    The back side which I think belongs to some other rock:

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    your pictures are not the best quality but i do think this is very fine turkey oilstone.

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