Premium 200mm Japanese Glass Stone - 6000
Premium 200mm Japanese Glass Stone - 6000
£29.99
inc. vat
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Key Features

  • Lifetime Warranty
    If any Japanese glass stone fails due to a material or manufacturing defect it will be replaced free of charge
  • Premium Japanese Glass Stones
    Designed to be harder, faster cutting and denser than other ceramic water stones
  • Tempered Glass Base
    Ensures the stone remains completely warp free during its lifetime
  • Hard Bonded Aluminium Oxide Abrasive
    Excellent for sharpening tool steel and tough alloys such as A2 and M2 high speed steels
  • Long Lasting
    Stone wears slowly, releasing fresh, sharp abrasive at a reduced rate in comparison to stones with weaker bonds that wear down more quickly
  • Fast and Easy Use
    Glass sharpening stones work with just a splash of water, they do not need to be soaked before use
  • Bring Tools Back to Life
    Add razor sharp edges to chisels, plane irons, knives, scissors, turning tools and carving tools
  • Time to Step Up a Grade
    Fresh abrasive particles break down and dull during the sharpening process allowing you to move seamlessly from a coarse 400 grit stone, to a medium 2000 grit stone to the fine mirror-finish 6000 grit stone

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This Item: Premium 200mm Japanese Glass Stone - 6000
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Product Details

These premium Japanese glass stones are designed to be harder, faster cutting and denser than other ceramic water stones. They feature a 5mm tempered glass base that will remain completely warp free during its lifetime. Where traditional sharpening stones need to be soaked in water prior to use, these glass stones can be used with just a splash of water. The glass stones are man-made from Corundum, a synthetic aluminium oxide abrasive, set in a resin bond. The finish that you achieve with a glass stone is a combination of the particle size, durability of the abrasive and the resin bond strength. These glass stones have a high strength bond and wear slowly, releasing fresh, sharp abrasive at a reduced rate in comparison to stones with weaker bonds that release abrasive at higher rates and wear down more quickly. The glass stone formulation is excellent for sharpening O1 general tool steel, a steel commonly used to make knives, and are fast cutting when sharpening tough alloys such as A2 and M2 high speed steels which are used to manufacture chisels, plane irons, turning and carving tools.

The fresh abrasive particles break down and dull during the sharpening process, creating progressively finer grits, allowing you to move seamlessly from a coarse 400 grit stone, to a medium 2000 grit stone to the fine mirror-finish 6000 grit stone. After use, use a diamond flattening stone to re-level the face of the stone. The stone is mounted in a rubber polymer base to stop the stone from wandering during the sharpening process whilst protecting the work surface from scratching.

This 6000 grit water stone is used after the 2000 grit stone, to quickly add a mirror finish and final polish to knives and tools. The stone measures 200mm in length with a width of 70mm and a depth of 18mm. These stones have a lifetime warranty and in the event of a failure due to a material or manufacturing defect the stone will be replaced free of charge. ©
These premium Japanese glass stones are designed to be harder, faster cutting and denser than other ceramic water stones. They feature a 5mm tempered glass base that will remain completely warp free during its lifetime. Where traditional sharpening stones need to be soaked in water prior to use, these glass stones can be used with just a splash of water. The glass stones are man-made from Corundum, a synthetic aluminium oxide abrasive, set in a resin bond. The finish that you achieve with a glass stone is a combination of the particle size, durability of the abrasive and the resin bond strength. These glass stones have a high strength bond and wear slowly, releasing fresh, sharp abrasive at a reduced rate in comparison to stones with weaker bonds that release abrasive at higher rates and wear down more quickly. The glass stone formulation is excellent for sharpening O1 general tool steel, a steel commonly used to make knives, and are fast cutting when sharpening tough alloys such as A2 and M2 high speed steels which are used to manufacture chisels, plane irons, turning and carving tools.

The fresh abrasive particles break down and dull during the sharpening process, creating progressively finer grits, allowing you to move seamlessly from a coarse 400 grit stone, to a medium 2000 grit stone to the fine mirror-finish 6000 grit stone. After use, use a diamond flattening stone to re-level the face of the stone. The stone is mounted in a rubber polymer base to stop the stone from wandering during the sharpening process whilst protecting the work surface from scratching.

This 6000 grit water stone is used after the 2000 grit stone, to quickly add a mirror finish and final polish to knives and tools. The stone measures 200mm in length with a width of 70mm and a depth of 18mm. These stones have a lifetime warranty and in the event of a failure due to a material or manufacturing defect the stone will be replaced free of charge. ©

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Specifications

Brand Rutlands®
Length 200mm
Width 70mm
Depth 18mm

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Premium 200mm Japanese Glass Stone - 6000

Rutlands®
Part No. R7542
£29.99 inc. vat

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