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Johanna Ritscher and her filing cabinet entitled "12 månader" [12 months] is the 2019 recipient of the Tormek Scholarship Award. Johanna has created a cabinet that would be the dream addition to any living room thanks to its beautiful design and outstanding details. "I am truly passionate about designing, and I love creative projects," says Johanna.
This new design is made in cast zinc, which minimises the play and improves the precision and quality of the tool.
We can now proudly present our new collaboration with Italian Food Style Education. IFSE is the most innovative school for high quality cooking and baking in Italy. They had been seeking a way for their students to sharpen knives easily and quickly, with a professional result and the Tormek T-2 Pro Kitchen provided the solution.
The Tormek Scholarship Award 2018 in the UK has been awarded to Dan Wall from Worcester. Dan has created a stunning table “#36” with some great detail during his time at Peter Sefton Furniture School in Upton-upon-Severn, and the prize - a complete Tormek Wet Sharpening System - will be very useful as Dan will continue to design his own pieces. Find out how this new woodworker built in the number 36 into his table and now seeks your curiosity and conversation for his work.
The Swedish Culinary Team claimed the first place in the prestigious Culinary World Cup which was settled in Luxembourg on November 29, 2018. Tormek is proud that the Tormek T-2 Knife Sharpener has been an important part of The Swedish Culinary Team’s equipment during the competition.
We are delighted to introduce Peter Sefton as our new Tormek Friend! Peter Sefton is not only an award-winning Master Craftsman and Furniture Maker, he’s also a well-known educator, demonstrator and writer. Following his grandfather’s footsteps of becoming a cabinet maker, Peter now has more than 30 years’ experience in woodworking and has devoted almost 20 of his professional career to teaching and mentoring. With Peter Sefton Furniture School, he wants to pass on his commercial and teaching experiences.
The Tormek T-4 Bushcraft now becomes a permanent sharpening machine in Tormek’s range and part of a long-term investment in the hunting and outdoor markets. The new concept “Prepare for nature” urges us to care for our tools as we care for nature. The package includes all the equipment needed to sharpen knives and axes to razor sharpness.
The Tormek Scholarship Award for 2018 in Sweden is awarded to Peter Pålsson and his detailed writing case made from oak, juniper wood and pearwood. This product is extremely flexible and can also be broken down into individual elements, providing the owner with a number of drawers of various sizes. The judges were impressed by Peter's playfulness and are pleased to present Peter with a complete Tormek system that we hope will help him with his creative work in future.
We are proud to introduce Kerryn Carter as our new Tormek Friend! Kerryn started her professional career as an accountant and lawyer, but never let go of her dream of becoming a woodworker. In 2012, she got the chance to take a class led by woodworker Stuart Faulkner and since then, Kerryn has continued to develop her interest in woodwork, which has now become part of her professional life. Today, Kerryn is recognised as a woodworker, writer and educator. She runs “Tool School”, a woodwork school which primarily focuses on giving children and women the opportunity to work with tools and wood.
Meet our new Tormek Friend! Since winning the prestigious competitions Chef of the Year 2016 and the Nordic Culinary Mastership 2017, Jimmi is a familiar face for many Swedes. Being a passionate gastronome, he is dedicated to discovering new flavour combinations and creative presentations, with great respect for the raw material. He is also one of the stars in the Swedish Culinary Team who is setting the agenda for modern Swedish cuisine. The team is currently practising for the Culinary World Cup in November and the Culinary Olympics 2020 with the theme "Curious by nature". Tormek is proud to be a selected partner.