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Shapton Professional Sharpening Stone - #320

$93.00

Description

The Shapton Professional #320 is a coarse waterstone suited to heavy material removal on highly worn blades or blades with small chips in the cutting edge.

The #320 removes material quickly, though it remains a hard-wearing stone that tries to keep itself close to flat as long as possible. Due to it's hardness, we recommend regular light flattening with a diamond plate or sandpaper on glass.

As this stone is capable of heavy removal, it will dictate the geometry of all tools and knives being used on it. Maintaining it flat will give the best results.

While the #1000 Professional stone is a very quick jump from the #320, the #2000 Professional stone is also easily reachable from this grit.

Details:

  • Stone size: 210mm x 70mm x 16mm
  • Includes stackable plastic case

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Joseph
The venerable Shapton Pro

I love this stone, my favourite. It gives off a discernable sound and feel so it's possibble get a decent working edge in a few minutes.
With knives, you can go straight to a strop if you've done the right job.
Even with a full set of Shaptons, I rarely go beyond it.

Shapton Professional Sharpening Stone - #320 - Waterstones - Japanese Tools Australia
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Shapton Professional Sharpening Stone - #320

$93.00

The Shapton Professional #320 is a coarse waterstone suited to heavy material removal on highly worn blades or blades with small chips in the cutting edge.

The #320 removes material quickly, though it remains a hard-wearing stone that tries to keep itself close to flat as long as possible. Due to it's hardness, we recommend regular light flattening with a diamond plate or sandpaper on glass.

As this stone is capable of heavy removal, it will dictate the geometry of all tools and knives being used on it. Maintaining it flat will give the best results.

While the #1000 Professional stone is a very quick jump from the #320, the #2000 Professional stone is also easily reachable from this grit.

Details:

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