DMT Dia-Sharp Coarse Continuous Diamond Whetstones

Code: 210973

DMT Dia-Sharp Coarse Continuous Diamond Whetstones

Code: 210973

£142.96 (£119.13 Ex. VAT)

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Key Features

  • Superior flatness
  • Vast sharpening area 250mm x 100mm (10" x 4")
  • Carefully graded mono-crystalline diamonds
  • Ideal for flatting-off plane irons and chisel backs
  • Coarse 325g = 45 micron

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Precision made continuous diamond bench stones, with superior flatness and carefully graded mono-crystalline diamonds. The accuracy of the bench stones makes them particularly suitable for flatting-off the backs of plane irons and the back faces of chisels as well as general sharpening purposes. Solid plate steel with all over nickel plating. A massive 250mm x 100mm and available as Coarse 325 grit = 45 micron.

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Size 250 x 100mm
Reviews (1)

Reviews (1)



11 November 2015

Does what it says on the ... package

Big enough to use, even with a plane iron.
Agressive? I guess it will ease off with time.
IMHO needs a secure bed (8mm of ply?) and grip it. The provided feet are ... not much use.
Suggest use 'around' water (next to the sink?).
I lubricated with dilute glass cleaner. Worked fine.

Total new edge on No plane, low angle block plane and half inch chisel.
None took more than ten, fifteen minutes.

Produced a very flat surface in combination with the Veritas honing guide.
I want straight from this 'stone' to a 100 grit Japanese water stone... I should
have had something in between.
It's heavy. Steel (I hope not, rust?). Discoloured after 4 uses a little.
Worth keeping it 'clean' of swarf.

Did a great job of flattening my two waterstones in next to no time.

Of note, -ve. The 'diamonds' don't extend right to the edge.

High price... Yes. Worth it? Yes, IMHO. 10x4 is a workable size after falling
off the 6x2 sizes.

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