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Quote from: Dutchman on Today at 12:14:45 PMThe Adjustable Stop could be added to a self-centering Jig
"It isn't rocket science surely?"
I agree. I would not mind loosing the theoretical capability for "grinding convex edges".
Two thoughts
I would not give my best knifes away to get it sharpened freehand, no matter how good this individual may be.
I would love to be proficient enough to do quick and dirty freehandsharpening for my simple knifes. Unfortunately, I'm not good enough.
On the other hand, I have plenty of time.
Wood Carving / Re: Tormek will get chisels SHARP
November 22, 2023, 08:51:12 PM
hear, hear
Received the invite mail 5 mins ago
I'm afraid that I'm not familiar with your shaft alignment procedure. Could you be so kind to guide me to the place where it is described?
Thanks for showing your helpful solution.
Knife Sharpening / Re: Convexing thoughts
September 24, 2023, 08:23:21 PM
I think you could move the blue line upwards, so that it lies fully inside of the black lines.
This would illustrate the fact that the grinding wheel cannot add material to the knive.
Changing a flat grind to a convex grind with a fatter edge always reduces the height of the knife.
Grinding the flat grind to a thinner edge maintaines the knife hight, however increases the bevel hight - as you already explained.
Knife Sharpening / Re: Convexing thoughts
September 22, 2023, 12:17:26 PM
I would like to keep the double stop and make it adjustable.
One more question.
Do you know a person who successfully thinned out a kitchen knife with a Tormek?
This would be a starting point, at least.
I'm using a series of flat diamond flat whetstones for that purpose and at the end the task of providing a nice finish is due.

Knife Sharpening / Re: Newbie introducing recurve to blade
September 08, 2023, 10:34:47 PM
Quote from: Thy Will Be Done on September 08, 2023, 09:57:14 PMAnd what are the facts? 
No, I meant, what are your facts? Is your single personal experience opinion supported by scientific data or by experince of multiple experienced users?
I hear what you are saying, and do not have any reason not to trust you.
I'm just asking for the many others, supporting your concern.
Knife Sharpening / Re: Upcoming online class on MB-102
September 08, 2023, 09:56:31 PM
If you click at that link, it will tell you the time in your timezone.
Knife Sharpening / Re: Newbie introducing recurve to blade
September 08, 2023, 09:54:14 PM
Quote from: Thy Will Be Done on September 08, 2023, 09:46:07 PMThat is my concern about the stone grader is I'm still not convinced it isn't doing just that, glazing the stone.
That is certainly a valid concern.
It should be seen in context with the real live experince of a significant number of SG-250 users.
Please be so kind to provide facts for the Tormek SG-250.
Knife Sharpening / Re: Honing knives on T8 Black
August 19, 2023, 02:01:41 PM
Quote from: aquataur on August 19, 2023, 11:47:53 AMA dedicated sharpening service would never put up with such fandango, they would go and buy dedicated machinery for each task.
I know two sharpening services which use the multiple Jig Solution as described.
You used the word "never". A more open statement would possibly fit better.