Replies: 6 Views: I've used 'all of the above', I like the Atoma and iWood better because while they all work well, the Atoma and iWood do it for much longer. I can't vouch for anyone else, but if they list micron size, you're pretty safe. Almost ordered it, but I don't know yet where to find a flat steel plate. I don't want to contradict you at all, but I just checked a dozen stones all flattened with the Atoma with a good straight edge, and they're all flat. Sponsored Links. I know that one was defective no I didn't use a lot of force but it still makes me scared to use the new one for anything except when my chosera isn't coarse enough. Remember Me? Jason B.
What's the difference between an iwood and an Atoma ?
Appart from the obvious grit difference of course. And apart from the price. › hones › history-justification-my-dia. My first diamond plate was the ubiquitous DMT8C grit.
. I recently bought a x 8 in IWood, diamond plate that has a diamond.
Post Mar 10, 6 T For this purpose it works great. Stone Holders. I even lapped out deep chips from a 00 with no ill effect.
The stone I received was to be used as a flattening plate, but lost most of it's grit before the first stone.
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G'day all, I'm after a coarse diamond plate to flatten my waterstones, iWood are a flat steel plate with electrobonded diamonds in a Available single or double sided in #, #, # grit, and #/ and #/
What size of diamond grit do you use? NBrewster Nov 26, at AM. I have a the ubiquitous DMT hone doesn't everyone have one?
Norton - Flattening Stone with Case. So there you go.
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are embedded on to a double sided 5/16″, thick metal plate 8? long x 2¾? wide. There's also the diamond plate that Jon carries if anyone has experience The DPJC (screw it, it's an iWood #, comes in #, # and.
Just not confidence inspiring. I'll bring some feeler gauges tomorrow to check it further.
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Ceramic Stone. In the last few years, there have been a lot of good Diamond Plates on the market. Flattening Plate. I'm going to get some popcorn and wait for Ken's response to that. I've been using the Atoma since shortly after Dave started offering them.
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|So, that's what I've got.
Wicked Edge. Unless the DMT is cheaper by no small amount than the other two, I'd try to avoid it. Sharpening Stones. Hope that helps. The other option is PSA stick down rolls on a long run of glass.