Jason Ritchie - Ritchie Handmade Knives
- Apr 3, 2009
Sir, both are awesome, but the second one is effing amazingI've been doing quite a few blades in Magnacut and find it nice to work with. It's harder to finish than AEB-L, 440C and CPM 154 but easier than 10V, K390 etc.
Here are a few of my recent blades in Magnacut.
ChristoDart 3/16” is pretty thick and I think you will find the result quite different for a thin kitchen knife. I grind post heat treat because of this thinness of kitchen knivesSure, the one I posted has a 5" blade hollow ground with a 10" wheel. The stock was 3/16" thick.