A scandi grind from Turley knives?!

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You bet. Sorta. :D
It's a traditional scandi, the good kind which is convex.:cool:

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More to come as the situation develops.
Iz
 
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Thanks, guys.
I'll see if I can get it done by Monday or so and get some info on it for those interested.
Iz
 

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Nice! Looking forward to more pictures when it's finished.
 
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I like it! Can't wait to see the finished product. What you going to call this one? The antiscandi woodlore?
 
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Nice! Looking forward to more pictures when it's finished.

Your wish is my command, brother. I will start a new thread and have pics up asap.
I really like the look of those knives in your avatar, btw.

I like it! Can't wait to see the finished product. What you going to call this one? The antiscandi woodlore?
Heh. That would stir the hornets nest.:D

I like seeing this. Expand your market!!

To true. It's a whole new ball game making this stuff and depending on it for your food ain't it?:D I take my Que from those innovators who have gone before, like the dude from Fiddleback forge.:cool:


Thanks, guys.
Iz
 

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Hey Iz, how's it cutting aggressiveness in comparison to one of your full-height convex knives? I'm still a bit surprised to see you experimenting with anything that even rhymes with Scandi, haha.
 
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Lol. :D
I've flipped my wig, brother.
I'd be lying if I said the grind was as aggressive as a full height. But it does have good bite due to the thin stock. I think anything over 5/32" with this height convex grind is a poor performer. The key with this one imo is keeping the stock thin.
Glad you stopped in, man. You should post some of your stuff in here.
It's awesome.
Iz
 
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