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Removing burrs

say i have this gadget for removing burrs from hitting rocks.
Base-Side Bevel File Guide SKS Multi Tool + 3 DMT diamond stones w/ file


If the edge of my board has a 1/89 orientation, should I set the angle at 1 degree?
Or 0 degrees as such orientation leads to a right angle??


I saw some posts that said one should not touch the base edge as if its ruined it would be a big headache. one would need to grind the base and so on...
But the black nicks (or they call it case hardening?) are mainly on the base edge..actually ALL OF THEM are
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for burrs just use a diamond stone by hand.
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