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Thread: Possible Lamson Collaboration Line of Knives

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    Senior Member brainsausage's Avatar
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    Finish sounds perfect to me. Upon reflection, I realize the rounded heel may take a little more effort on the future owners part to maintain. I personally think its worth the effort, but I can understand why some others might not prefer it.
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    I don't need a spacer, just adds cost. And I will gladly leave the blade decisions to those who know more about these things...

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    I prefer a single pin if we're gonna go the spacer route- three otherwise, convex grind.
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    Don't round the heel. If someone wants it rounded, they can just do it on a plate or stone VERY easily.

    "S" shaped grind, combination convex/concave.

    I'm all for the thin metal spacer.
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    S shaped grind isn't gonna happen on a mechanized line... Convex yes. Flat yes, Hollow maybe, combination - nope.

    Leaving the heel square makes better sense.


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    True, I didn't think about the machine processing. Convexed it is then.
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    early on it was mentioned the grind would be 50/50. im assuming equal convexing for both sides of the blade?

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    Quote Originally Posted by labor of love View Post
    early on it was mentioned the grind would be 50/50. im assuming equal convexing for both sides of the blade?
    Good point.
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    i like the 2nd mock up better =D

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