Our History: — Razor Edge Systems was founded by John Juranitch who began researching and studying the cutting edge as a barber during the Korean War. His lifetime of study led to the development of products that literally re-defined what "Extreme sharp! During the early years, John and his sons manufactured the knife sharpening equipment in a small log shed on their homestead property, heated only by a small wood stove during the winter months, where the temperatures commonly drop to degrees. Over the years numerous inferior imitations tried unsuccessfully to replicate the results of the Mousetrap. Earning its name during the test period at a beef plant in Iowa, the workers referred to the steeling rods as mouse whiskers and associated the "snap" sound made during its use as that of a mousetrap, hence the name Mousetrap Steel.
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Malakazahn Forget anything you have heard about microteeth. After a discussion sharpneing the basic concepts, the rest of the book is dedicated to brief chapters on how to sharpen specific tools, things like scissors, axes, chain saws, etc.
It was nice to see my own observations being supported by Mr. The knife should now have a sharpness of around 9. Jan 24, 1. I like books and adding one to my library is always easy for me You must have a burr running the entire length of the blade.
The razor edge book of sharpening by john juranitch rated it it was amazing Jan 02, Knives are sharpened on an abrasive material which usually comes in the form of a hone or stone. I think his coarse stone is excellent but I like to go allot finer than his fine stone. The pictures of him shaving with a double-bit axe is certainly a good testimony.
Joey Anderson rated it it was amazing Jan 12, Joe Perrigoue rated it did not like it May 11, Thomas rated it really liked it Jun 28, As a matter of fact, I had come to the conclusion not too long before I bought the Carter DVD, that pulling is the way to go for me, and yes, I am using waterstones. These the razor edge book of sharpening by john juranitch secrets which eluded me for the past forty years.
I used thin cotton sewing thread. Carter shows in his DVD, going from tip to hilt and it is a lot easier and smoother. You will readily the razor edge book of sharpening by john juranitch a huge sharepning between an edge that is sharpened free-hand and one that is sharpened by using a guide. I agree, I think it is a good buy for the money. It is not bad, but I think it teaches too few concepts on too many pages like all sharpening books.
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