240x56 Topography

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240x56 Topography

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This is a pattern welded gyuto, the steels used are 1095/15n20. The pattern used for this knife is a topography pattern or a modified raindrop of sorts. The end result is this organic and beautiful pattern.

This knife has a compound S-grind, which is a hollow along the middle of the blade which aids with food release. Previously, I used a platen that replicated the angle of a 48” wheel for this. As of lately, I have started using a platen that replicates a 36” wheel, I find the slightly deeper hollow creates a more acute apex.

The ferrule of this knife is made of African Blackwood. The main block of the handle is Redwood Burl. Together, these materials flow wonderfully together and compliment the pattern of the steel.

Specs:
Blade Length: 240mm
Heel Height: 56mm
Handle Length: 140mm
Width of spine out of handle: 3.48mm
Width of spine halfway down: 2.42mm
Width of spine 4cm from tip: 1.43mm
Width of spine 2cm from tip: 1.28mm
Overall weight: 204g

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