Sharpening Large Gouge 2

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On a large gouge like this one it appears that the left side of the bevel (as you look down the blade) is spending more time toward the middle of the rotating sanding disk, where the distance covered in feet per minute is less than the outside edge. Do you notice that you need to spend more time grinding the left side to compensate for this, or is the difference negligible? These are great lessons, thank you.

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