I'm not sure if this is secret maker type info but I was wondering is there some visuals somewhere on what makes a knife made for a certain grind (50/50, 80/20 etc.) I'm familiar with the V shape and what I've seen on Jon's videos but maybe something isn't sinking in. My first thinking, with Gyuto, is that say a 50/50 would be about 50% metal on each side of the center line and 80/20 about the same.. 80%/20%? I know that sounds too simple but am I sorta on the right track ? And if that's so then a left handed would be opposite (20/80)? So then taking a 50/50 blade and making it say 80/20 would make it steer because of the larger amount of steel atop the 20 degree side making it shoot toward the 80 degree side ?
I understand that there are other things affecting it like distal taper and (thin behind the edge) or 'wavy' like some or you get it.
Yeah I may not have explained that all right but maybe someone could set me straight or at least get me not thinking about it