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Thread: The Grand Unified Grit Chart

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    Used to work, today it's gone too?

    Anyone has an offline version?

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    A scanned copy of 2012 version...
    ... removed ...
    I will remove this pic, once the official version is back online.

    Edit: removed link to old version
    Last edited by bluntcut; 12-06-2015 at 10:18 AM.

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    Thank you!
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    Error, sorry.

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    Luong,

    Thanks!

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    I just noticed that the link in post #1
    works again. Thank you!

    /Claes

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    Good grief. I was using sandpaper back in the 1970's first in Furniture making and then in auto body shop. I thought 100 grit was 100 grit and as the number got bigger the grit got finer. Sure is not so simple anymore.

  8. #108
    The chart can still be found here:

    http://web.archive.org/web/201510232...tchartrev1.png

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    What about the Russian conversion to grit and microns? A lot of us now own the Tech Profile systems and some of their stones are not marked?
    I know I've seen it here but can't remember where.
    Respectfully,
    Ed1955

  10. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by Ed1955 View Post
    What about the Russian conversion to grit and microns? A lot of us now own the Tech Profile systems and some of their stones are not marked?
    I know I've seen it here but can't remember where.
    Respectfully,
    Ed1955
    The Russian stones are marked in microns with 2 numbers like 50/40 or 20/14 etc. The numbers are the high and low numbers and the grit in those stones is between those 2 sizes so there is not an exact number for them, it is approximate. Take those numbers and look up the micron size and what ever grit conversion you want.

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    Thanks so much!

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