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    In for one.

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    looking good. I also noticed that lovely costco backsplash, got that in my downstairs suite too

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    Quote Originally Posted by PierreRodrigue View Post
    Grind is convex to aid in food release. Convexing is greater in lower portion of the blade, but not excessive to prevent wedging. Tom will get a choil shot when he returns to the land of the living. He is at the cottage for some R&R.
    Doesn't convex grind require a different sharpening technique? Instead of using stones you use sand paper and a softer material underneath for sharpening?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bear1889 View Post
    Doesn't convex grind require a different sharpening technique? Instead of using stones you use sand paper and a softer material underneath for sharpening?
    Grind is referring to the shape of the blade face, not the edge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThEoRy View Post
    Grind is referring to the shape of the blade face, not the edge.
    See, if you don't ask you won't learn, thanks for the explanation.

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    Might be a little late. But can I be in for one? Thanks

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    I don't think anyone is too late yet. Unless there is some maximum number that are going to be made (but can't recall hearing that in the first 31 pages of this thread! ;-)

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    Rick, thanks for jumping on that. As usual, he's right.

    Nobody is too late. We'd love to make 200 of these! It means more QC checks and shipping for us, but it also means a successful project, that resulted in a great knife for even more people. After using this for over a week, I can say I'm very pleased with the initial result. I know it will just get better with the help of our amazing testers!
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    Sweet knife, and sweet collaboration group buy!

    I'd totally buy one if I had the money and was in the market for another gyuto!

    I have a question about the profile. How is this knife's profile compared with a Masamoto KS? I've scanned through most of the posts on this collaboration, and know it was collective decision on a Sabatier profile, but the choice was on one of three Sabatier that seemed like it is slightly modifed from the factory profile. I'm just wondering how it compars to the Masamoto KS Wa-gyuto profile.

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    This knife is sent out to Rick (Pemsacola Tiger) and from there it'll be going to our man Theory. If I still had it on hand, I could do a side by side pic, and get in depth with it...maybe Rick can do it for us
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