…-clearing and stays flat. The continuous diamond "micro pad" (the non-patterned area in the corner of the stone) is ideal for sharpening very small tools. These stones may be used with or without water. Stone may be removed from non-skid base. Available in Fine or Coarse, each measuring 21/2" x 6".
…constant river of water dripping from your grinder onto your bench and floor below? Outfit your Tormek T-7, Tormek 2000, or older models with a 10" stone with the Tormek Advanced Water Trough and eliminate the mess!Features an enlarged standard lip ensuring your workbench stays free from water.Incorporates…
…matter how cluttered your tool box might become. It sharpens in a fraction of the time required by conventional stones. No flattening, and no messy oils required - sharpen dry or with water.
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…felt application block (#58271 or 58289) to rub onto the surface. Rotten stone is a finer grit than Pumice stone. Use Rotten stone after Pumice stone to achieve a higher gloss. Can be used with water or a rubbing oil. Water gives a faster cutting action.
…box, but these diamond sharpening stones do the job. Ultra-hard diamond abrasive gives you a fine edge fast. Designed for use on steel, carbide, glass, ceramic, and even titanium, these compact sharpeners can be used dry or with water - no messy oils needed. The stones also feature an uninterrupted diamond…
The Japanese 1000 Grit Slip Stone allows you to sharpen gouges, carving tools and other curved cutting edges. Simply soak the stone in water or honing oil for 3 minutes before using. Keeping the stone wet with water while in use keeps the slip stone lubricated.