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Thread: Matus Knives - finished projects

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    Looks great Matus! Nice and classy imo! Also like the logo!


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    VERY nice looking knife Matus, impressive for sure!


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    Thank you for your kind words guys

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    Nice work!

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    That is gorgeous work and a thoughtful and generous gift!

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    Great work again Matus. And you can definitely see you spent a lot of time on sanding . I'm also interested in the grinds you apply to your blades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark76 View Post
    Great work again Matus. And you can definitely see you spent a lot of time on sanding . I'm also interested in the grinds you apply to your blades.
    I am attempting something that is a blend of a wide (ca 10 mm) grind to a near-flat grind above. This results in a convex grind whre you can slightly feel the 'shoulders' if you run your fingers from the spine to the edge. I am far from having perfect control over the process (that is why I go back to stones to finish the grind), but this kind of grind is something I am able to do and it seems to cut well. I am trying to mimic a bit the grind of Itinomonn StainLess as I found that knife to cut exceptionally well. I would like to attempt a wide bevel grinds in the future (like on Munetoshi or like Bryan Raquin does them), but for that I need to achieve a much better control over my grinding. I hope that it will get easier once I start to use my 2x72" (which should be ready to go in a few weeks - 90% of parts were delivered already).

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    Congratulations .. yr real belt grinder has arrived. I am amazed with your work on the 1 x30 belt grinder.. Sheer grit and determination i suppose.. rgds z


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