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  • sharpening a hollow ground knife

    sharpening a hollow ground knife

    A hollow grind is produced when you use a wheel to sharpen the edge of a knife. Because there is less material directly behind the edge, this type of edge is less durable (although the degree to this is more theoretical than in actual practice). A straight razor has a hollow grind

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  • blade grinds

    blade grinds

    The Hollow Grind To make a hollow grind, the blade blank is applied to the surface of a grinding wheel or a belt passing around a wheel, taking a concave scoop out of the blade. The depth of the hollow will depend on the circumference of the wheel

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  • lansky sharpeners :: knife edge grinds and uses

    lansky sharpeners :: knife edge grinds and uses

    Jan 28, 2013 · The hollow ground blade has a characteristic concave grind to the edge, so that both sides of the knife have a bevel that is bowing inward until they meet. This produces a thin and wickedly sharp edge but it’s not durable and needs constant maintenance

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  • tru hone hg3 hollow grinder - tru hone corporation

    tru hone hg3 hollow grinder - tru hone corporation

    The HG3 Hollow Grinder uses two 6 inch (15.25 cm) cupped wheels to grind the knife blades. The diameter of the wheels never changes with the cupped wheel system which allows knives to be taper ground at the same angle throughout the life of the wheels

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  • 5 best tactical knife edge grinds for survival

    5 best tactical knife edge grinds for survival

    Sep 20, 2017 · The hollow grind can get a bad rap as a chopper when used on thin steel or sub standard steel, theres also a different radius of the hollow grind depending on the wheel size which determines the depth of the concave

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  • hollow grinding theory

    hollow grinding theory

    Apr 29, 2009 · The 2 outer lines are where I grind the hollow to, using the same wheel (10" dia.) as I grind my bevels with. I grind the hollow down the centerline of the width on each side, removing material from near the back edge of the guard, right through the back of the tang, working at an angle of course, until I reach my 2 outer lines on each side of the tang/handle

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  • the only article on knife grinds you'll ever need - i made

    the only article on knife grinds you'll ever need - i made

    Feb 26, 2017 · Hollow Grind – The knife is ground to create a very sharp but fragile concave bevel cutting edge. You’ll often see them on straight razors. You’ll often see them on straight razors. And if you have experience with straight razors, you’ll know they need constant stropping for maintenance

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  • knives for sale online | hollow grind

    knives for sale online | hollow grind

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  • what is a hollow grind? | stay at home dad

    what is a hollow grind? | stay at home dad

    Sep 23, 2019 · Blades with a hollow grind offer great cutting qualities and more flexibility than blades with other types of grind. A hollow ground knife blade is one that’s been ground to create a distinct bevelled, concave edge along the knife’s cutting edge

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  • knives | hollow grind

    knives | hollow grind

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  • what are basic knife grinds? | knife edge variations explained

    what are basic knife grinds? | knife edge variations explained

    Hollow Grind This grind is usually associated with straight razors, however, there is a distinction that should be made in the case of razors in that they will begin with a hollow grind and end in a zero grind. This gives the ability to give a close shave that a hollow grind not ending in a zero grind may not give

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  • hollow grinding versus flat grinding: why it is better!

    hollow grinding versus flat grinding: why it is better!

    Oct 22, 2017 · Hollow grinding has almost always been used in very high-quality knives and razors because it is easier to sharpen! As one sharpens the blade and gets past the initial wider part of the blade, the blade will become easier to sharpen and will very slowly become more difficult as the hollow grind becomes thicker up the blade

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  • what's the best kind of knife grind? - blade magazine

    what's the best kind of knife grind? - blade magazine

    Mar 19, 2021 · Also, for a hunting knife, the hollow grind is the best as it stays thin at the edge much longer.” Like Walter Brend, Bob Dozier prefers the hollow grind. “For a hunting knife, the hollow grind is the best as it stays thin at the edge much longer,” Dozier opines. …

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