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Username Post: Kitchen Knife Sharpening        (Topic#759892)
Dave_Martell
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01-28-06 12:03.54 - Post#849207    



I decided to throw together a list of tools and resources that can be used in the sharpening of kitchen knives.

I will add to this over time as I either find things I forgot or come across new items. Please feel free to add to this list.


--Dave--



Waterstones

Where to get them...

http://www.shaptonstones.com/

http://www.toolsforworkingwood.com/Merchant/mercha...

http://www.craftsmanstudio.com/html_p/sharpening.h...

http://www.thebestthings.com/newtools/sharpening.h...

http://www.leevalley.com/wood/page.aspx?c=2&ca...

http://www.japanwoodworker.com/page.asp?content_id...

http://www.hidatool.com/woodpage/stones.html










 


Dave_Martell
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yuzuha
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01-28-06 20:09.25 - Post#849473    


    In response to Dave_Martell

Good idea!

Here is a nice page of links to knifemaker's supplies Knifemaking Supplier's List (places to get abrasives, wood for handles, tools etc)

Japanese/english web page translators
Systran
Babelfish
Nifty (in Japanese. Top selection is english to Japanese and the second is Japanese to English. This one shows both the kanji and the English on the same page)

Waterstone manufacturers
キング Matsunaga King (King and Sun Tiger)
ナニワ Naniwa Kenma (have an ebi エビ lobster/shrimp on them)
シャプトン Shapton

European suppliers
Shokunin / Craftsman's Choice
Dick Biz
Dieter Schmid

Other links
Highland Hardware
Blade Gallery
Woodworker's Supply
Sushivan
Shadow of Leaves (sword polishing stones & supplies)
Namikawa Heibei ( English page.... will export sword polishing supplies)

Page on razors with good info on sharpening/stropping
Razor Central

Diamond dust/polishing-stropping supplies
Electron Microscopy Sciences (high grade stuff used in metalurgical labs)
Amlap
Graves company
Caswell buffing supplies
US Products (Boron Nitride and diamond powder and paste)
Hand American (strops and sandpaper sharpening)

Pam a.k.a. 柚子葉
Sue ikki
mi hatenu yume no
hotsure kana
---Choko

(This final scene, I
I will not see to the end.
My dream is fraying.)


 
Dave_Martell
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01-30-06 03:07.03 - Post#850188    


    In response to yuzuha

http://www.dento.gr.jp/takedahamono/e-kajiya/e_ind...


--Dave--


 
Dave_Martell
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Dave_Martell
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01-30-06 03:34.19 - Post#850202    


    In response to Dave_Martell

Sharpening Video/DVD

"The Chef's Edge" by Korin

"Introduction to Knife Sharpening" by Murray Carter


--Dave--


 
seabassmgm
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01-30-06 05:02.13 - Post#850259    


    In response to Dave_Martell

Wow, this is exactly what I was looking for! Thanks guys, I'm sure I'll be busy reading all this info for months to come!
-Ray
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Dave_Martell
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02-01-06 10:01.26 - Post#852219    


    In response to seabassmgm

Manual Knife Sharpening Systems


EdgePro

Professional Model:
http://www.edgeproinc.com/ (The Pro model can only be purchased directly from EdgePro themselves)


Apex:
http://www.edgeproinc.com/

http://edgepro.1sharpknife.com/

http://www.bronksknifeworks.com/Edge-Pro_Knife_sha...



EZE-Sharp

Wolff Industries

http://www.bronksknifeworks.com/vcom/index.php?cPa...


I still need to list sources for Lansky. If anyone has any please feel free to add them to the list.


--Dave--


 
Dave_Martell
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05-21-06 14:38.38 - Post#937970    


    In response to Dave_Martell

Just came across this site. They seem to have a decent selection of some not easily found stones. The prices are a bit higher for the more commons stuff so shop around before buying.

http://www.buildingforhealth.com/categories.php?ca...


--Dave--


 
Louisianacook
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05-21-06 15:14.10 - Post#938006    


    In response to Dave_Martell

That is hidatool.com sister site.
Lee

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