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Irrespective of any finish quality I would seriously consider a CBN wheel for one reason - the diameter doesn't change. If you use a permanently set projection gauge for a sharpening jig you only need one quick pass on the wheel to complete the sharpening - if you are paying many tens of pounds for large gouges and you can double or treble their life expectancy, why not?


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