Axe care

Topic:WTF is going on?

  • By E.duBois, on 19 May, 2015 at 17:32
  • By E.duBois, on 26 May, 2015 at 13:36

    Maybe not what you think. As it is so often- and why it is is another question maybe some one interested enough to pose in another place than this will do, but the central portion of the blade was worn back and flat there. One way to correct this would be to then grind the toe and heel back to reproduce a fair arch along the length of the cutting edge. I did this but it was not enough and since I was getting sick of removing so much of the good hard high carbon content steel cutting edge, instead I went to pushing the center back out in line. So in answer to my own question I am pushing the steel forward at that spot, but that’s not all, not all at all…

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