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Paring Knife Collection And Accidental Bloodbath

Posted by jasonstone20 
Paring Knife Collection And Accidental Bloodbath
February 28, 2019 05:47PM



Sideways version (Thanks YouTube!)



Fixed Rotated Version (Thanks GNU/Linux, VLC & Handbrake)

Here are the spine and behind the edge thicknesses, all are stainless except where noted:

Victorinox S-- 0.0475"/1.2mm- | BTE-- 0.014"/0.35mm
OXO (reground/reprofiled) S -- 0.054"/1.35mm | BTE-- 0.015" / 0.38mm
Ontario Old Hickory (carbon, reground/reprofiled)S -- 0.054"/1.35mm | BTE-- 0.0215" / 0.55mm
Tramontina S -- 0.046" /1.21mm | BTE-- 0.020" / 0.51mm
Kiwi S -- 0.036"/ 0.91mm | BTE -- 0.0145" / 0.37mm
Opinel S -- 0.050" / 1.40mm | BTE -- 0.0155" / 0.39mm
Wusthof Spearpoint S -- 0.035" / 0.90mm | BTE -- 0.0165" / 0.42mm
Wusthof Wharncliffe S -- 0.035"/ 0.90mm | BTE -- 0.017" / 0.41mm
Wusthof Hawkbill S -- 0.035"/ 0.90mm | BTE -- 0.018" / 0.45mm
Robert Herder Windmill Wharncliffe (carbon) S -- 0.0415"/ 1mm | BTE -- 0.001" / 0.02mm
E. Pires (Verdugal is where they are made) S -- 0.0455"/ 1.19mm | BTE- 0.013" / 0.33mm
Benchmade Folding Small Fillet (reprofiled) S -- 0.056" / 1.5mm | BTE -- 0.0155" / 0.38mm


Is anyone interested in the edge angles of these knives? I have half the measurements done already, it would take me 10 minutes work the angle out and put it up.

"I am still discussing issues of steels and performance at this stage."
--Cliff Stamp

"Cause geometry cuts, .....steel determines the level and the duration"
--Roman Landes

"But in general, I'm all about high performance, Ergos, safety. That's why I've been accused of 'designing in the dark' "
--Sal Glesser



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 02/28/2019 10:26PM by jasonstone20.
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