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Thread: New Geometries Offered - Convex and Asymmetric Convex

  1. #11
    Just to give you some heads up on asymmetric convex. There will be two variations of this geometry offered, a workhorse and a laser. First one is a great knife for prep work, when moving through volume of produce is the goal. It will come in AEB-L, 52100 and A2

    thinner version will be more of a detail knife, lighter and more nimble.


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  2. #12
    Making some good progress on grinding knives in asymmetric convex geometry. Just a little more testing and feedback and this might join the S grind as my favorite geometries.

    M


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    I will do a video between performance comparison between these geometries in the next couple of weeks.


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    A video would be neat-o. Based on your targets and initial build observations, do you have any idea on what the general production volume of the new grinds might be over time? This would help us know the chance of general availability.

  6. #16
    I should probably include a convex blade in the video as well.

    Come to think that I should to call the S and Asymmetric grinds - composite geometries (comprised of two geometries), and convex - single geometry, to differentiate the three.


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    Quick and Dirty Demonsration of Asymmetric Geometry Performance - Potato

    250mm Asymmetric Workhorse in A2, Western handle, approx. weight 275g. 63.5RC.



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    Quick and Dirty Demonsration of Asymmetric Geometry Performance - Carrot and Sweet Potato

    250mm Asymmetric Workhorse in A2, Western handle, approx. weight 275g. 63.5RC.



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    nice cutting board ....

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    Quick and Dirty Demonsration of Asymmetric Geometry Performance - Tomato and Onion

    250mm Asymmetric Workhorse in A2, Western handle, approx. weight 275g. 63.5RC.



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