1. Sharpen one side untill a very, very small burr forms on the opposite side from the tippy tip, the belly, the straight and the heel. That means that side is done.
2. Repeat on opposite side.
3. Remove the burr, no counting. Just alternating passes each side with almost no pressure removes and reduces burr. Stop when burr is removed, check by cutting paper.
That's it. Like Vivi said, plenty of ways to skin a cat.
Do whatever works for you.
Plenty of videos to watch, but at the end of the day the only thing that gets you better is removing metal on a stone.
TkoK83Spy wrote: ↑
Sat Jan 19, 2019 9:31 pm
Deadboxhero wrote: ↑
Thu Jan 17, 2019 8:56 pm
Back and forth until burr each side, deburr. Done.
I thought you could only burr one side at a time?
Say you put the show side to the stone and create a burr, which would be on the other side, then switch to that side and try and move it back to the show side, or hopefully get rid if it by then?
I'm new to this creating a burr intentionally thing...and not sure if I want to just yet!