Chef Blade Kit, Stainless Steel

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Width:
9.00 (cm)
Height:
3.00 (cm)
Depth:
36.00 (cm)
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195blade/CBSuper/VulcSpacer/Pin-stock
  • Stainless Steel chef blade shown with Australian hardwood scales in Red Mallee and fibre spacer material colors.
  • Stainless Steel Chef Knife Blade, 190 mm of cutting edge. Blade is made in Japan.
  • Select what kind of handle scales, color of fibre spacer material, and optionally some corby bolts to use for completing this kit
  • Chef Blade Kit, Stainless Steel
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  • Stainless Steel chef blade shown with Australian hardwood scales in Red Mallee and fibre spacer material colors.
  • Stainless Steel Chef Knife Blade, 190 mm of cutting edge. Blade is made in Japan.
  • Select what kind of handle scales, color of fibre spacer material, and optionally some corby bolts to use for completing this kit
  • Chef Blade Kit, Stainless Steel
Now: $58.38
Was: $64.15
  • Curly birch extreme grade, the finest pieces
  • Brass

Description

Chef 195 mm Blade Kit

 Make your own full-sized chef blade with a 195 mm  blade.

The blade is made in the USA from 440C Stainless steel.

The kit consists of 

  • Chef fulltang blade, light and delightful to work with ( 195 mm edge, 315 mm overall)
  • Curly Birch Scales, Super grade (other woods available, see options)
  • Vulcanized fibre spacer material (see options for colors)
  • Optional: Corby bolts can be used in the 2 middle, larger cut-outs

 

The chef blade kit can be completed with simple hand tools, such as a cordless drill, files and sand paper. Having a belt sander is optional, but makes it easier and faster.

  • Place one scale under the blade, drill holes for bolts or pin stock.
  • Use this scale as a guide to drill holes through the other handle scale
  • Using pin stock is simpler than the corby bolts
  • Clamp scales together, shape the front as this is easier without the blade
  • Epoxy the handle scales to the knife blade, with fibre spacer between steel and wood
  • Shape scales with belt sander, file or similar
  • Smooth scales with sand paper, minimum to 1200 grit
  • Optional: seal handle scales with oil, wax or similar

 

Example of this knife kit completed by David Vered, handles in Mango wood and with stainless steel 1/8" pins:

david-v-chef-190-creative-man.jpg

http://creativeman.com.au/knife-kits/

 

 

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