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Thread: New Geometries Offered - Convex and Asymmetric Convex

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    Good stuff, Marko. For a hefty knife that seems to conquer wedging. Congratulations!
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    Thank you, I have been working on this geometry on and off for almost a year.

    So folks, there you have it. Excuse my poor form, I always seem to manage to cut myself before demonstration (middle finger on my left hand) and can't put much pressure on that finger.

    I will do a series of similar videos for S grind and convex in a couple of days.

    PS: I purposefully scraped food of the board in the third video. I know you guys wouldn't approve. LOL


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    Very good stuff Marko. thanks for the videos

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    Cool looking forward to seeing the others

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgraeff View Post
    Cool looking forward to seeing the others
    Will do videos of S grind tomorrow.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Will do videos of S grind tomorrow.
    I hope you will use a certain knife, that would be so cool.

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    S-Grind Vs Russet Potato

    250mm gyuto in 52100, S-grind, Western handle, approx. weight 245g.



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    S-Grind Vs Sweet Potato & Carrot

    250mm gyuto in 52100, S-grind, Western handle (shown without), approx. weight 245g.



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    knives look great, where do I send my money?

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    S-Grind Vs Onion and Tomato

    250mm gyuto in 52100, S-grind, Western handle (shown without), approx. weight 245g.



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