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    Senior Member Milton Man's Avatar
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    Try Howard at The Perfect Edge - he's a member here, and will set you up (although shipping will still be a [email protected]#*h). I got my coticule from him, and the customer service was excellent.

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    Rather than getting all wadded up about the Norton not being flat, have you tested the edge of your Shapton to determine if it is straight? The results of that additional testing might be illuminating.
    I tried it against several things, including a borrowed straightedge from my building's maintenance man. Yes, it's bowed. I used the Shapton in the photo because I know it's straight, and it was the easiest thing at hand for the purpose.

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    You could just use a granite tile from Rona/Home Depot and sand paper for lapping. This is the method I have been using since I returned my Norton Lapping stone.

    Lee Valley took my lapping stone back even though I had used it a couple of times. No problem returning stuff if you have your receipt and are less than 90 days after purchase.

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