Buy a cheap copy of The Razor Edge Book of Sharpening by John Juranitch. Universally recognized as “The Bible of The Cutting Edge”, this book belongs in the. History’s first technical book ever written on the subject of sharpening. THE RAZOR EDGE BOOK OF SHARPENING by John Juranitch is the result of over 30 . 24 Jan I actually have kept my copy of the Razor Edge Book OF Sharpening by John Juranitch. When I got my Razor Edge Ultimate kit about 8 years.
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The page book is crammed with photos, illustrations and cutting edge sec Universally recognized as “The Bible of The Cutting Edge”, this book belongs in the library of anyone who is serious about sharpening.
Quite an sharpenihg piece of litterature but not exactly what I had in mind. Su Hale rated it it was amazing Jan 03, Not the stiff kind but the one that is kind of quilted?
That is a strength and weakness–good enough for a beginner, not much help for someone with some basic knowledge. Refresh and try again.
It’s not profound but knives are simple tools. Thanks for the info, I can put the twenty dollars toward a better knife. Joyce Morton rated it really liked it Jun 22, You don’t have to go all the way to the edge.
No matter which side you are on pulling or pushingyou have the chance to observe somebody why really knows what he is doing and I think you can pick up a lot by just watching him. Carter is promoting waterstones, is the usual argument that they cut the fastest and are a pleasure to use in comparison to oil stones and while sharpening need no more than a handful of water to wash away the mud to expose a fresh cutting surface, while any stones used with out cutting liquid like the jurantich need to be scrubbed and cleaned in intervals.
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I probably read it a year ago. Thanks for telling us about the problem. There are 2 other sharpening books that I think definitely go into more detail about advanced sharpening.
That is his book in a nutshell. Admit-ably I don’t agree with everythink he says. John W Finnell rated it it was ok Feb 28, As a matter of fact, he demonstrates how to sharpen on a concrete block jurnaitch some cardboard If the reliefgrind is drastic enough the rebeveling will become a reprofiling The guideline that Juranich gives is that the blade should be no more than 0.
Anyway, great book on sharpening Brig rated it liked it Nov 12, Forget anything you have heard about microteeth.
What a bad day at work Bill Fitz rated it really liked it May 22, I also think that at least Spyderco knives have sufficient relief, even though I gave it a try and increased the relief on my Pacific. I like books and adding one to my library is b easy for me Yes, my password is: Jan 24, 6. The edge was freaking awesome.
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Johhn 27, 7. In any case, page 71 says: Also, the book is the only one they are offering. Did I improve my free hand sharpening skill? Mike Peterson rated it really liked it Jan 04, Bob Nash rated it really liked it Aug 13, Now I will admit that I have learned a lot more about sharpening and I feel like in a lot of ways I have graduated to a higher level of my hobby of knife sharpening but that book really laid some valuable groundwork.
That is actually a whole lot easier than cutting in from the side. And I understand the soaking time makes them a bit more complicated to use than the typical benchstone.
The Razor Edge Book Of Sharpening by John Juranitch
Carter shows in his DVD, going from tip to hilt and it is a lot easier aharpening smoother. After asking around from the person I got it from I found out that he got it from a forumite over at KF. I agree, I think it is a good buy for the money. I want to learn how to sharpen my own knives, and this was recommended.
Manuel rated it it was amazing Jan 02, Jan 24, 4. Can’t wait th see that one. People that like to push say pulling forms to much of a burr.
You just rub jufanitch whole thing on the stone until you get a burr and flip sides. No registered users and 9 guests.
I can’t even express how sharp this knife was. I really hoped he was going to tell me there is nothing like sharpening freehand There is the big “issue” whether to push or pull the blade.