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Old 06-01-2016, 06:33 PM
Wolfe_Man Wolfe_Man is offline
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Help on knifemaking

So I'm relatively inexperienced with knifemaking. I've made a few that aren't too bad. But I don't have a mentor and I'm pretty much flying by the seat of my pants. When I grind my blades, I don't set a specific angle or have one in mind, I just kinda hope for the best. What should I be doing to match the angle I drew to what I'm getting? Is there a good way to figure out what angle I should grind to achieve it?
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