Robert Sorby ProEdge Knife Holder, Large

Robert Sorby Robert Sorby ProEdge Knife Holder, Large

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Continuing with their innovative new products, Robert Sorby has introduced a Knife sharpening jig as an extremely useful accessory for the very popular ProEdge Ultimate Sharpening system.nnThe Knife sharpening jig consists of a new back plate with a raised wear plate attached, a universal arm, a choice between a small or large knife holder and a set of instructions.nnThe jig can be fitted to the ProEdge in a matter of minutes and the only equipment needed is a 13mm spanner.nnThe knife holders allow different length blades to be held securely and safely while they are being sharpened.nnThe small model holds blades up to 8" long such as pocket and woodcarving knives as well as small vegetable and paring knives.nnThe large version holds blades over 8" long such as hunting knives and kitchen meat carving knives.nnBoth holders have two pins to rest the back of the blade against for positive positioning and two clamping screws to hold the blade in place. A third screw at the back of the holder is a jacking screw which ensures an even pressure is applied onto the blade the full length of the holder.nnThe aluminium collar on the shaft of the holder can be adjusted up or down to ensure the correct bevel angle is being achieved on the blade being sharpened.nnKnives have different cutting angles in exactly the same way woodworking, turning and carving tools depending on their application.nnFor instance a woodcarving knife has a steep angle for edge strength and longevity of use where as a fish filleting knife has a very shallow cutting angle to create a razor sharp edge for a clean cutting action.nn
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