If you will use it for sharpening, I could not be happier than with a
friable white/ruby red/ blue alumium oxide stone. If I am going to be
seriuosly grinding down a bunch of metal, I would get a regular
silicon oxide (regular $5-$7 dollar one). The white friable blew me
away when I sharpened all my lathe tools and didn't "blue" the first
one. Cost more but it works. That's what I want- a GOOD tool.
On Sun, 26 Oct 2003 02:40:56 GMT, "Fireant"
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