I made a pair of these to commission and decided to make a couple more. I can't remember the exact names do I will call them the pointy Slicey one and the choppy slicey one.
I made the Damascus from 15n20 and plain carbon, from scrap bandsaws from underholm.
It is a W's pattern but the final stack is forged out with the W's length ways down the billet, This unravels the W's leaving areas of waves to the pattern.
Pointy one is 160mm cutting edge,31mm deep and 1.8mm thick on the spine. Full flat ground to a very fine edge then convexed and polished.
The Chopper is 115mm cutting edge, 49mm deep and about 1.2mm on the spine. This is ground to about half way up, again very fine edge and convexed and polished.
Wood work I am less set up for so these ones are bought in but do the job nicely.
This one is an En45 and Mild steel San mai. Fullered to get a bit of movement. Flat ground to virtually zero then convexed and polished. Cutting edge is 180, 55mm deep and 2mm on the spine.
I use one of these of my making and it get the most use out of any of my knives, very versatile. As it has a little convex it is capable of harder tasks without chipping out. En45 is very very good in this respect also.
All these knives are maintained on a pasted strop, I find that is all that is required. To Hone them I use a 1K king stone followed by a welsh slate with slurry, then strop.
Hope you don't all mind such a ramble on my first post, I'm stuck in bed with a trapped nerve and nothing much else to do.