I dunno about that dust bc it may have carbide still in it... Have u tried that ozuku tomo on your shiboudani? It may be a good fit
The dust might not work as imagined, even if you didn't use a carbide.
To use it with full confidence, you'd have to run it through a graded sieve.
Been there, done that - gouged my bevel with a rogue micro-chunk hiding in the powder.
Thuiri slurry on the 'nat wasn't wonderful. Might depend on the Thuri in question though - I only tried one slurry stone.
I haven't researched this in a long while - I got to the point where I'd rather just throw the dust away and use the slurry stone.
Random question; I've got a Nakayama I'm going to cut up: what's a good size 1x1 inch? Cheers!
Why are you cutting the stone up?
t's harder to cut smaller. I just cut a few pieces were 1 x 0.75" though.
Generally - I am cutting around a problem so the piece I'll get out of the host stone won't be square or rectangular.