Wouldn't that be a debaif you could have anything you could imagine simply get made for you. what would it be?
personally i would probably go for a single bevel santoku. quite beefy. 180x60 or so.
edge steel: some hss powder. clad in stainless hardened damascus. since i dont like scatches.
handle would be some really really nice turkish walnut for the "bolster", then maybe some nice carbon as a spacer,
then either the most goddamn awesome piece of masur on the entire planet . or some ultra contrasty betlehem olive.
so what would you guys like?
Don't forget, Californium is twice as dense as steel, so you could have a 500g gyuto, and double the cash.Pure californium blade, don't care about the grind and profile, weight 262g. Then flip it for $7billion
I looked on Wikipedia to try to understand this knife, and saw a photo of thePure californium blade, don't care about the grind and profile, weight 262g. Then flip it for $7billion
GLWSFifty-ton shipping cask built at Oak Ridge National Laboratory which can transport up to 1 gram of Cf
It's the X-acto Honesuki!I fancy a single bevel flat profile, 160-180mm or so, shaped like a large #11 scalpel blade, in a hard material staying sharp as heck for looong. I have no experience with TF but it would probably need his HT (or something similar), blade should be real thin and yet stiff.
Don't care about the HT, handle, blablabla whatever, just give me 1000kg of gold shaped like a knife.while these are good suggestions guys. in this thread you can have ANYTHING and EVERYTHING you want. dont hold back now.
Wow congratulations, does that mean you'll be letting go of your Heiji?Masamoto 240 White#2 Honyaki Gyuto. That's it.
They've actually been through a couple more iterations of their process, and made some real refinements I think. Vanax is OK, Wanax was honestly kind of a flop, but it's the one after that that's really good. I don't know why it isn't better known - a bit of a sleeper I guess.Vanax