Here are some of the steps for making a fugibiki.
I already have the handle done, so here is that.
Template is adhered and the profile is cut and ground.
After the profile was cut, I ground the kireha/main bevel before heat treat. I don't have any photos of heat treat, but I did three thermal cycles, then heat to austenite, soak, quench, straighten, and temper.
Double checking for warpage after temper on the granite plate.
Grinding the kireha.
Hira/flat just after initial grinding.
Urasuki being ground in.
After that I moved up in grit and rounded the spine and choil.
After LOTS of hand sanding I left the hira satin and began moving up in grits for the kireha. Some of these photos are pretty poor, I was focusing on getting the work done and not pics. Sorry!
Before I hand sanded the urasuki.
I made a block to match the wheel diameter so I could hand sand the urasuki.
Got the logo etched.
Urasuki hand sanded and the hasaki edge up to 6000.
I skipped some of the handle step photos (oops) but here it is epoxied in and drying.