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What a $400 knife can do

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Comments 1325.12.201421:24link1.3
my god
Ricardas Antanavicius Ricardas Antanavicius 25.12.201422:37 response link 0.0
this is the main dream of every housewife
Re-L May Re-L May 25.12.201423:53 response link 0.0
This will make the onion to cry :-)
*TIP: If one is using a sharp knife the onion doesn't release its juices and the onw shouldn't cry.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 26.12.201403:30 response link 0.1
I use my cooking processor for onions
Re-L May Re-L May 26.12.201413:59 response link 0.0
this is the main dream of every assassin.
Stalker Stalker 26.12.201403:33 response link 0.0
And? I sharpen my knifes by myself. My 19€ kitchen knife can do this too.
Bavaria Bavaria 26.12.201400:46 response link 0.1
It's not only the sharping it's the alloy of the knife, it the knife is made from good material the sharping will make the knife cut anything like a butter. I was took once from my freind an old table saw blade and turn it into butcher knife - the blade only cost 150$ so I recycled it and made it very useful for cutting meat. I gave it to my freind as a gift after that.
If I'm not getting wrong the alloy was stainless steel 316(18% chromium and 10% nickle), this what good companies use for making good stainless steel blade.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 26.12.201403:41 response link 0.0
i wonder what a katana made with the best material can cut. just, wow
Lucas Cavalcanti Lucas Cavalcanti 26.12.201406:53 response link 0.0
Actually from steel. But Japanese were the first to know how to sharp as thin as possible.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 26.12.201416:35 response link 0.1
i dont give that much credit for them since they used the same sword design over a millenium
Lucas Cavalcanti Lucas Cavalcanti 26.12.201419:39 response link 0.0
Actually around 800 years :-) And the picture below shows that they were the first war metallurists who have used alloys as an one peice cold weapon. They swords also were light and sharp what makes them efficient.
HaganeKawaganeShigane(Hard Steel) (Medium Steel) (Soft Steel)MaruKobuseHonsanmai9Shlhozume Makuri Wariha TetsuV IOrlkaeshl Sanmal Gomai Soshu Kitae 9 9Marunot laminated; poorest methodHonsanmaimost common lamination methodKobusemethod used on swords from WW2 periodSoshu Kitaeseven layers method;
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 26.12.201420:33 response link 0.0
soo, u were a blacksmith in the past life werent u?
Lucas Cavalcanti Lucas Cavalcanti 27.12.201403:28 response link 0.0
No, I'm just good with metals, actually I've to study metals for my degree - I've got 93% in metallurgy course.
But I've worked as a mechanic and metalworker in a factory for 2 years, also it a hobby of mine so pretty much I know some of the stuff from the field.
Ali Heibi Ali Heibi 27.12.201403:38 response link 0.0
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