Finished knives 20160921

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Knives are finished at field/user grade. CPM-3V .09″ thick x 0.117″W x 7.75″ OAL, 3.5oz, 3.5″ blade, high hollow ground CWF HT 64rc, ~15dps, 0.011″, 0.032″@1/4″ Handle: African Blackwood + 3x 3/16″ corby CTS-XHP .11″ thick x 1.25″W x 8″ OAL, 4.1oz, 3.5″ blade, high hollow ground CWF HT 64rc, […]

CWF HT AEBL Kitchen Util Slicer 64rc – whittle pork rib bone

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AEB-L with CWF HT-64rc, 0.07″ thick, hollow grind Sharpened 30* inclusive bevel with Apex EdgePro 0.011″ behind edge thick Thanks for watching & comments.

CWF HT CPM-M4 66rc Hollow Grind, Whittle 16d Nail

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CPM-M4 0.07″ thick, hollow ground Sharpened ~28-30 (re-stated from 32) degrees inclusive bevel ~0.01″ behind edge thick Thanks for watching & comments.

CWF HT CTS-XHP 64rc hollow grind, whittle 16d nail

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CTS-XHP 0.11″ thick, hollow grind Sharpened 15-16dps with 0.01″ behind edge thick Whittled pork rib bone without edge damages. Whittled 16D nail 10 times: small ripples and dents. Edge afterward relative to Mora Carbon Knife Poses

CWF HT-ed 3V 64rc hunter knife

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CPM 3V, 0.09″ thick, hollow grind Sharpened edge 32-34 inclusive angle 0.01″ behind edge thick What happen when using a sharp edge to whittle 16D nail. Edge after whittled nail

Optimal Apex Radius (edge keenness)

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Optimal Apex Radius would be the thinnest which sustain for intended usage. It would be inefficient to use a jack hammer bit keennes as a tomato slicer, flip around is unsustainable to use a gyuto sub micron edge for jack hammering. Both too thick & too thin lead to bad […]

Test Thin Cross Section

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A thin wedge is useful for testing material strength and toughness. For given suite of tests, a subject cross section should intersect with failure threshold points. Intersected points are along the wedge face. This set of points move up/down inverse proportion to wedge angle of subject due volumetric strength/stiffness changes. […]