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    Shapton #8000

     89,00

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    Bankstones from the Shapton family from Nabatame in the province of Tochigi (Japan) are the hardest and most wear-resistant Japanese waterstones with very good abrasion! Unlike almost all other bankstones, they hold their shape best and need to be dressed less often, resulting in an enormously long life. If you are wondering what Ha-no-kuromaku [...]

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    Bankstones from the Shapton family from Nabatame in the province of Tochigi (Japan) are the hardest and most wear-resistant Japanese waterstones with very good abrasion! Unlike almost all other bankstones, they hold their shape best and need to be dressed less often, resulting in an enormously long life. If you are wondering what Ha-no-kuromaku means, the answer is here: "cutting behind the scenes". This confirms the inconspicuousness of these stones very well.

    This high-quality ceramic-based bench stone from the Ha-no-kuromaku series by Shapton is supplied in a sturdy plastic box, which provides protection during storage. Each grain has its own color. The storage box can be used as a whetstone holder, but we advise against this and recommend the use of a professional bench stone holder. The Shapton #8000 is melon in colour. It is sufficient to wet the Shapton #8000 with water as needed during use. With the exception of the Shapton #12000, it is not necessary to soak the stone in water before use.

    Technical details

    • Grain size 8000
    • hard-bonded ceramic base
    • Color melon
    • for polishing the burr after basic grinding
    • Size: 210 mm x 70 mm x 15 mm
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