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Knife Sharpening / Re: Long Knife Jig asymmetry problem
« on: March 14, 2019, 04:37:07 pm »
I generally have the right side as convexed as I can, and I even keep the shoulder on the left one on purpose in some extreme cases. But steering is a very individual matter. Get used to it, loosen your grip and little by little you will compensate for it and need less correction of the geometry.

A good trick to see how the blade itself behaves is by making a cut without any pressure, only with the blade's weight in the inverse sense of your normal cutting. If you normally push, try this pulling and vice versa. See under which angle cuts the best.

Knife Sharpening / Re: Beginner's questions
« on: March 14, 2019, 04:31:09 pm »
WolfY, if you don't mind sharing, what process do you use for pizza knives
on the belt sander. I have a viel which I use for bolster repair and reshaping
blades.  I'm also looking for a better way to do robot coupe type curved food processor blades.
I use lansky's for them now but it is time consuming.  Appreciate any and all feedback.
Best Wishes, Tim

Hi Tim,

Waring food processor with LiquiLock seal system comes with a total of 5 different blades and discs cover all of processing needs easily. The feed chute on its lid is large enough to push large ingredients with the help of a food pusher without cutting them.

A 5 year warranty covers for any damage to the motor and a 2 year warranty is there for its parts and labor. The simple on/off and pulse settings make it exceptionally easy to operate even for workers at a commercial setup with no prior knowledge. :D

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