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Enset for pave part 2


Posted by Christian DeCamillis on June 24, 2012 at 11:16 PM 4764 Views

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6 Comments

Reply katgraver
8:52 PM on August 21, 2012 
okay...now I need to know more about this... I love this tool you have created!
Reply Bert Edmonston
12:58 PM on June 27, 2012 
Christian DeCamillis says...
Bert,

Absolutely I will. I don't really know. this is the truth, because i just shape it according to the job. i always do all of this sharpening under the scope. It is much faster.
When i was grinding them on a fixture i would make 70 , 65 and 60 degree gravers. i always grind lift at about 7 degrees. It gives you more clearance and for me better control. I us to use ongletts as well but I prefer to cut deep and don't care for the rounded walls. Plus if I need to do touch up or really work the corners i can do that with a flat because of the flat walls. You could just reshape your ongletts.

I feel another video on sharpening coming up.
Chris



Thanks Chris! I was thinking use the onglette too and just grind the sides down to a straight edge too! Lot less grinding than from using a 1/32" blank.
Reply Christian DeCamillis
7:46 PM on June 26, 2012 
Bert,

Absolutely I will. I don't really know. this is the truth, because i just shape it according to the job. i always do all of this sharpening under the scope. It is much faster.
When i was grinding them on a fixture i would make 70 , 65 and 60 degree gravers. i always grind lift at about 7 degrees. It gives you more clearance and for me better control. I us to use ongletts as well but I prefer to cut deep and don't care for the rounded walls. Plus if I need to do touch up or really work the corners i can do that with a flat because of the flat walls. You could just reshape your ongletts.

I feel another video on sharpening coming up.
Chris
Reply Bert Edmonston
4:33 PM on June 26, 2012 
Thanks for putting the video together! It looks like a great tool.

Would you care to share your graver geometry for the bright cut graver? I've always used an onglette, but find them rather a pain to get consistently polished. A straight edge would certainly be easier.
Reply ARM
1:01 AM on June 26, 2012 
Truly enlightening for someone who has never seen pave work in their life.
This Tool has it all and does it at one go, with the right setting.
It just does not allow one any room to make the common errors, yet so easy for beginners.
Good detailed demo MAESTRO.
Thanks a Mill
Keep em rolling like Arnaud says.
aRM
Reply arnaud
6:56 AM on June 25, 2012 
Thanks Chris taking the time to make these videos. I do my stone setting quite similar.
The advantages of the En Set you show in the video, I know it is all true, as my En Set behaves the same way when doing small diamond pave stone setting.
One difference, I use the heavy striker head when doing these kinds of jobs on Titanium, as I need a bit more power on Ti.
I?m looking forward to your next video about using the En Set. As even those small differences doing the same jobs, they inspire me to give it a different try next time on mine.

arnaud

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