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Home Page Pictures 2 years 11 months ago #64

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Is one of the knives, on the homepage, a ceramic knife that is clamped in the WE fixture.?
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Re: Home Page Pictures 2 years 11 months ago #65

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Lucky, It looks like a Kyocera santoku. I havn't tried sharpening any ceramic blades yet. They are supposed to hold an edge much longer than steel and not need sharpening as often. Where's the fun in that?:(

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Re: Home Page Pictures 2 years 11 months ago #67

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gofly wrote:
Is one of the knives, on the homepage, a ceramic knife that is clamped in the WE fixture.?
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That's affirmative. The sharpener does really well with ceramic knives. We work closely with Stone River and a couple of other manufacturers to address their sharpening needs.
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Re: Home Page Pictures 1 year 11 months ago #4628

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Hi Clay - Just checking the info on this thread about sharpening ceramic knives is still current:
www.wickededgeusa.com/index.php?option=c...=1182&Itemid=63#2808
Any other tips would be appreciated.
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Re: Home Page Pictures 1 year 11 months ago #4633

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SydLow,

Tom Blodgett has been getting great results using diamond films on ceramics. I haven't had a chance to repeat his procedure, but it looks pretty exciting. I know that Ken Schwartz has the films. If I'm able to duplicate Tom's results, we'll probably start carrying them here too.
SydLow wrote:
Hi Clay - Just checking the info on this thread about sharpening ceramic knives is still current:
www.wickededgeusa.com/index.php?option=c...=1182&Itemid=63#2808
Any other tips would be appreciated.
--Clay Allison
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