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 Post subject: Knive sharpening tools
PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2016 1:35 pm 
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Good day Gents
I love my knives and believe that a sharp knife is the only knife to have.
What do you guys use to get them sharp and how do you test for this?
I look forward to hearing your thoughts and methods.


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Kan so bench grinder by adendorfs koop en leer belt kan by amazon koop.

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2016 2:37 pm 
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After setting the angle of the blades of my knives I keep them sharp with a Spyderco sharpener with ceramic blades. Quick to get the edge back, mobile and no lubricant needed.

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Knipmesse en fixedblades met n Lansky - Arkansas en diamant stene
Serated MESSE met Lansky en Spyderco serated stene
Vleiswerk en Kombuis messe met n paar Warthogs
My cutthroat strait blade skeermes met n Zulu Grey steen en leer strops

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2016 3:23 pm 
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Warthog Multi edge.


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Ek het 'n V-sharp Classic II by vriend gekry en dit werk lekker vir kombuis messe, maar vir my knipmesse maak ek maar vryhand skerp op diamant slyp stene. Die V-sharp los altyd agter op een kant van die lem 'n ongeslypte deel van so 8mm en op 'n kort knipmes lem werk dit nie lekker.

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Also check out this topic:

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2016 3:52 pm 
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Lansky (sedert 1996) en sedert laasjaar ook die Warthog Multi Edge vir die groter lemme.

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Best thing since sliced bread.

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2016 1:50 pm 
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tripodmvr wrote:
After setting the angle of the blades of my knives I keep them sharp with a Spyderco sharpener with ceramic blades. Quick to get the edge back, mobile and no lubricant needed.


I do exactly that Tripod. I achieve shaving sharp results. The amazing thing to me is how many people are blissfully unaware of how sharp a knife can be. The sharper the blade, the less force is required, and the less likely you are to have an accident, or a severe one at least.

I use a warthog classic 2 on my butchery knives but most certainly not on anything that i attach any value to. The offset of the stones will ruin a beautifully crafted blade.


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tripodmvr wrote:
Best thing since sliced bread.

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Is dit regtig so maklik soos die videos op Youtube dit laat lyk?


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2016 2:39 pm 
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VdWalt wrote:
tripodmvr wrote:
Best thing since sliced bread.

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Is dit regtig so maklik soos die videos op Youtube dit laat lyk?


You just have to get used to holding the blade upright which anyone can do (started using my dad's at age 10). If your angle is set, there is nothing i have come across that can get a edge this sharp, this quickly, and this neatly.


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Got myself a Work Sharp Ken Onion edition.

Takes a bit of getting used to, but this is one of the best investments I have ever made. Quick, easy and knives are shaving blade sharp. Love it!


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Wow! Where did you buy the worksharp tool TheBus?
Are spare belts readily available?


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Location: Ek weet nie so mooi van spel nie maar ek kan skiet. Lonehill, Sandton
EK het n paar Lanskys, Warthog en een van daai Diamond sanders met die belde en n klomp stokke vir slag wat goed werk maar tot die dag wat my vrou die ding by die huis aan gebring het het ek nie gedink die hand sharpers is iets werd nie.

Maak n mes so skerp soos enige ding op die mark en vat seker 10 sekondes

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THOMAST wrote:
Wow! Where did you buy the worksharp tool TheBus?
Are spare belts readily available?


Hi Thomast - Trappers Trading, on special that I could not let go! S&O also supplies them (bit expensive though, but worth it!). S&O, Trappers also stocks the replacement belts


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LDV wrote:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Ptspof6CXOg


Ek maak my messe presies so skerp. Het diamant belt by plaaslike haredeware winkel gekry. Twee trekke en ek skeer hare van my arm af.

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Fanta300 wrote:
LDV wrote:
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Ek maak my messe presies so skerp. Het diamant belt by plaaslike haredeware winkel gekry. Twee trekke en ek skeer hare van my arm af.


Ek het ook so skuurdertjie , maar kon nog net 80 en 10 grit belde kry daarvoor. Het nou op mesmaker website plaaslik belde te koop gesien wat tot 400 grit toe gaan, maar nog nie diamant belt nie. Dan daai leer strop belt in die video lyk ook interessant.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 27, 2016 9:49 am 
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Jtm as jy regtig sukkel kan ek vir jou koop in Bloem en stuur.
Kos ma R20 n belt wat ek laas gekoop het


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Baie Dankie. Het vandag bestel by KMTS. Hulle het tot 800 grit gehad en cheap ook so R13 'n belt. Sommer so paar van alle grofhede bestel vir my mes projekkie.

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Jannie ek bring my messe vir jou!


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Waar plaaslik koop ek so skuurmasjien en wat kos hulle?


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Adendorf R1095.
http://www.adendorff.co.za/Products/Woo ... ols/Sander


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Dis hy daai soos wat ek ook het.

Ruaan jy is welkom , ek soek juis 'n paar messe om op te oefen voor ek myne gaan slyp ;)

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