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    Quote Originally Posted by Deckhand View Post
    I got something like this from a local saw blade sharpening guy and they work great for flat blades but anything w/a "belly" the tip sticks out.

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    I get the Dexter Edge Guards, they are like Kydex and lined with a thin material kinda like felt. All sizes from 4" to 12", some 1" wide, others 2" wide. They are like $2 or $3 each. Call up Dexter and see what they can do in bulk orders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taz575 View Post
    I get the Dexter Edge Guards, they are like Kydex and lined with a thin material kinda like felt. All sizes from 4" to 12", some 1" wide, others 2" wide. They are like $2 or $3 each. Call up Dexter and see what they can do in bulk orders.
    http://schweppeinc.com/products/kitc...lery?f_set=964


    Taz,

    You from the "Chama 575"???

    Found these. I'm guessing they are the ones you are talking about. They look like they would be great for the repeaters (pro users).....if they would remember to bring them...not so much for the one timers. I'll call Dexter/Russell tomorrow. I'd still like something that is that simple and easy to put over the edge just 1/10 the cost.

    Have any of y'all ever gotten that hard waxy stuff on your knife some guys dip the blade in after a sharpen??? If so what do you think about it.

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    Whats Chama 575??? Taz is one of my nicknames since I was a hammer thrower in High School and College and spun stupidly fast. The 575 is from when I threw 57'5" at Nationals in HS and took 12th in the country

    Yup, those are the Dexters! They work really well, too. What about a couple layers of blue painters tape? Or tape a section of a manilla folder folded over the edge. When I buy blanks, they are usually just in thin sleeves of manilla folder type material stapled with one end and the edge stapled shut, seems to work OK!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taz575 View Post
    Whats Chama 575??? Taz is one of my nicknames since I was a hammer thrower in High School and College and spun stupidly fast. The 575 is from when I threw 57'5" at Nationals in HS and took 12th in the country

    Yup, those are the Dexters! They work really well, too. What about a couple layers of blue painters tape? Or tape a section of a manilla folder folded over the edge. When I buy blanks, they are usually just in thin sleeves of manilla folder type material stapled with one end and the edge stapled shut, seems to work OK!
    The "homies" here in NM are either 505 or 575 because of the area code.....

    GEEZ 57'5"...you must be one big dude.

    Right now I scavange everything I can, manilla folders, cerial boxes, mat board, foam core. scrap leather, etc. I was hoping someone out there knew where to get something like this stuff. Pre-formed cardboard sleeve....just cut to length and tape.


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    Just got this piece from some planer blades. This would be a big time saver.

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    Ah, gotcha! Yeah, it was 57'5" for the 25# weight throw in HS. I got up to 181' 7" with the 16# hammer throw in college, around 215' or so with the 12# hammer when I was training with it in college for speed drills. I was 255# back then, now I'm around 300# Working 3rd and drinking soda packs on the pounds

    What about the High Density foam boards at craft stores? Cut them down and just slide the blade into the foam and tape the handle to the foam??

    http://www.joann.com/heavy-duty-foam...prd_11178092a/

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    Well I've spent about an hour or two looking for ya and pretty much striking out. The closest and best thing I found was this:
    http://www.kitchenworksinc.com/Cutle...fe-Guards.aspx
    Tack on $3 for each of you customers and your covered. Contact them and maybe yo can even find out how to put your own custom logo on them. I'm sure a bulk order would drive price down. Other than a Google search, I know nothing about this item/company.

    -AJ

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    i know you said doing 50 knives a day can take its toll and completely understand. im sure it gets tedious. the most i do is like 10 in one day

    when i sharpen for chefs around my city, i make them out of newspaper and moving tape. i normally find that they still have them from the last time they had their knives to me.

    if i have a lot of knives i can write on them to help me remember whose they belong to and where i need to deliver them to.

    i just use a crappy local newspaper here that is about foodies, fake chefs and blah blah blah. anyway, i just put the spine of the knife in the crease after i remove the staples and fold the paper around the knife for a rough outline estimate. then i remove the knife, cut out the outline with my tojiro shears, put it back on the knife and start taping around it until it fits snugly.

    it costs like three cents to make and although it may look junky, its kinda my thing.

    @tk-i heard cardboard contains rougher material bits that can scratch surfaces of knives so i haven't tried it.
    It's like my ol' grandpappy used to say; "The less one makes declarative statements, the less apt he is to look a fool in retrospect"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    It doesn't take dong, its easy and if you have a good source, its inexpensive if you have the time to spend on it.
    Sorry, I just have to giggle here.
    -M

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    Paul, would you be interested in printing your own on cardstock or something like that? If so I have a couple of PDF files that the pro sharpeners use that you can plug in your info or change it around to suit your needs. The important thing is that it's all set up with margins and all that crap, you just print and glue stick it together, maybe cut for smaller sizes too. Let me know.

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