Jsi si jistý, že dané přítlaky odpovídají broušení klasických břitev a ne kamisori?
Zvláště u plně dutých výbrusů se mi to moc nezdá.
To je možné,text ale potom pokračuje:
We are taught in schools that, as opposed to Kamisori, when honing razors we should avoid using
any pressure from the very first step. However, if there is a large chip or a seriously rounded bevel
to fix, without pressure it will take a really long time. In the instructions included with an American
man-made hone, it says "At first, use a little pressure, but once the bevel is set then remove the
pressure." This is exactly right.
Since people are taught to hone without pressure, often they prefer softer razors. This is because
they will take an edge easily, even when honing with no pressure. On the other hand, harder razors
won't take an edge as easily, so they are often returned because "they won't shave." Unfortunately,
softer razors won't hold an edge as long as a harder razor, though.
So in order to put a good edge on a durable, hard razor, use pressure when honing as follows:
(1) Coarse honing - Botan Nagura - Use strong pressure
(2) Middle honing - Tenjou Nagura - Use moderate pressure
(3) Finishing - Tomonagura - Use very light pressure
(4) False Edge removal - Raxa hone - Use very light pressure
(5) Edge Finishing - Honyama Hone - Use only the weight of the razor
Notice that only in the final step, "Edge Finishing", do we use only the weight of the razor; we
mustn't leave out pressure from the beginning.
Inak ak by sa našiel ochotný človek,s dobrou znalosťou angličtiny,mohol by celý text preložiť.