>Now take it to the end..
>Try to not drop the mike.
>By the way how are you getting on with the schist
What the metasiltstone part or the parts made out of painted plaster machined to "thousands of an inch SpaCeD-aGe level centering technology"……. Please enlighten us what it is about metasiltstone that prevents skilled ancient Egyptians stone carvers from actually carving it into whatever their hearts desire?
>Been a couple of years you must have made some
Nope. used a piece of slate to polish a slab of quartz to a mirror like finish on the surface's high points …… works quite well. It’s the fine-grained sedimentary quartz in the slate which dislodges from the chlorite matrix during levigation to produce a fine mud slurry. Go get a piece of slate and rub it with a fragment of quartz and see how quickly the slate turns into dust. There is a reason why slate is found in books on beginners softrock carving in your local library's arts and crafts section.......
>Or how about producing that perfectly flat surface
>without measuring instruments??
>Figured it out yet??
Nope, but I did levigate off the bush hammered surface of this slab of green granite with another block of granite….. starting to get a reflection.
>you're going to destroy the global hard rock
>drilling industry single handed.
>Copper tube and a handful of sand.
Is that what you were doing with a rate of 2 cm per hour with your copper tube and sand….. polishing? No one claims working granite in ancient times was fast and easy other then the fringe………..