I like this guy and seems pretty truthful
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With what he has to share and tips and i learned some things from him

what do you guys think?


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#5
I agreed with some of his points, though don't know that I learned anything new.   I disagree on his take on sanding, I usually stop at 150 or 120, and don't recall ever going to 180.  Maybe that is a personal preference.  I rarely rip wood, so the table saw bandsaw didn't help me any.  I agree about waterstones being a chore to soak and can be messy, though I use micro finishing film, and prefer that to any other system, though again that is personal preference.
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#6
I want to see somebody sharpening their scorps, drawknives, and carving gouges on a $400++ ultrafine waterstone and doing it like they're not scared $hitless.
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