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See how to sharpen long, flexible knives using the Long Knife Jig SVM-140 in this short film, it also shows how to set the edge angle using the AngleMaster WM-200.
The jig comprises an adjustable clamp (1) for holding knives of any thickness and an adjustable stop (2). You adjust the jig to the knife thickness with the screw (3). You lock the tool by tightening the knob (4).
The Tormek Long Knife Jig SVM-140 has been developed especially for the sharpening of long and flexible knives, like filleting knives.
This jig works in the same way as the Knife Jig SVM-45 but is wider. Its larger width, 140 mm, stabilizes a long and thin blade and gives more support. Of course it can also be used for larger knives with a more stable knife blade like chef's knives.
The jig rests on the Universal Support. The exact edge angle is set by rotating the adjustable stop or with the Micro Adjust on the Universal Support.
The Universal Support is placed vertically for grinding towards the edge.
Read more about knife sharpening and edge angles on the page "Edge angles for knife sharpening".