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Started by jvh, January 23, 2020, 08:23:14 PM
Quote from: jvh on June 11, 2020, 01:22:50 AMHello everyone,new public version of TormekCalc2 is available (v2.14)....
Quote from: john.jcb on June 11, 2020, 01:55:27 AMOne thing you might consider adding is grinding wheel circumference instead of diameter. Divide by pi for diameter.
Quote from: cbwx34 on June 11, 2020, 01:58:39 AMWhere did the materials info come from?
Quote from: jvh on June 11, 2020, 10:28:48 AMQuote from: cbwx34 on June 11, 2020, 01:58:39 AMWhere did the materials info come from?Sources are mentioned at the end of Materials sheet. Main were www.zknives.com, www.bladehq.com, www.agrussell.com, http://www.knifesteelnerds.com and Wiki. Some info was taken from steel producers specification.jvh
Quote from: Fluehue on June 16, 2020, 11:50:40 PMCan someone confirm that they can actually get a dropdown menu where you can choose machine in the TormekCalc sheet. I can't get it to work even after reinstalling and trying every other trick i know. I have tried three different computers and a mac and can't get a dropdown menu on any of them Love the spreadsheet but really need this feature
Quote from: john.jcb on June 17, 2020, 07:17:49 PMI am not sure if I asked this but I thought of it while reading posts on using a sharpie.Do you think it would be useful to have the program give the sharpening angle using the USB height and wheel diameter as inputs. This way you could accurately know and in the future replicate any blades sharpening angle.
Quotejvh kindly responded: "From some older notes I have: VH=66 HH=29 HV=50 VV=20. (I didn't double check... so do some testing to verify).
Quote from: HajoK on June 24, 2020, 10:35:11 PMMoin,another newbie with a T4 here.First of all many thanks for this great tool! When I first heard about the Android app I thought this was screaming for an Excel implementation and considered figuring out the math myself. But I would never have gotten it that nice and complete.Quotejvh kindly responded: "From some older notes I have: VH=66 HH=29 HV=50 VV=20. (I didn't double check... so do some testing to verify).I tried to measure my T4 with a digital slide gauge and came up with VH = 67, HH = 29, HV= 49 and VV= 20. The off by 1mm could well be attributed to my sloppy measurement. Anyway I used TormekCalc2 with these values instead of the WM-200 on the sixth knife I ever sharpened and am proud to say that this gave my best edge so far.Hajo
HV 49,0-51,1VV 19,5-20,0HH 29,0VH 66,0-67,0
Quote from: jvh on June 25, 2020, 10:20:19 AM...Current T-4 constants ranges are (including your measurements):HV 49,0-51,1VV 19,5-20,0HH 29,0VH 66,0-67,0
Quote from: cbwx34 on June 25, 2020, 02:25:53 PM...The goal here is simply an easy and more accurate way of setting angles on knives, and eliminating some of the issues that other methods have....
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