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Started by Hugo Öhman, October 25, 2021, 09:40:09 AM
Quote from: tgbto on October 26, 2021, 10:26:58 AMI might be completely wrong, but I thought one of Tormek's main recommendations to get a "nice, even bevel" was to raise the handle away from the stone. How do you do that with a T-1 ? Granted, with the Nakiri shown in the video, it is a non-issue. But with standard chef knives ?
Quote from: tgbto on November 02, 2021, 06:15:36 PMBut isn't what you do with the T1-T2 in essence equivalent to what you'd do when pivoting the jig on a T7-T8 to stay on the laser line ? If you lift, and/or (as I believe is explained in the advanced sharpening class) pivot backward on a T7-T8, then you're basically increasing the angle... Or said otherwise, shouldn't one expect to see a change in the width of the bevel at the tip when sharpening on a T1-T2 (or on any other constant-angle jig, for that matter), if the taper doesn't compensate for the curve ?
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