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    Knife Impressions



    In order:
    Carter Gyuto
    Masamoto KS
    Delbert Ealy Gyuto
    Stephan Fowler 210 suji/petty
    Carter Funayuki

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    Very cool!

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    What are the impressions in?


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    Cool idea! How far into the dough-stuff did you stick 'em? Maybe a ruler would be nice to get some perspective.

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    25lb block of clay.

    I sunk them 2 inches from the handle.

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    Nice, Salty!

    Is it me, or does the last Carter seem concave on the right side about starting about 2/3 down the blade?

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    Definitely the best way to photograph a blade's geometry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mateo View Post
    Nice, Salty!

    Is it me, or does the last Carter seem concave on the right side about starting about 2/3 down the blade?
    Yes. That's a large bevel ground into the blade. Hammer finished above that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    25lb block of clay.

    I sunk them 2 inches from the handle.
    You throw pots now as well as cook in them?

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    Used to. I had 50lbs on hand before the wheel broke.

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