Guidelines shown below are for Included Angles ().
Notes are also available on a different web page for Micro / Secondary Bevels.
CB's USB Projection Calculator is recommended for calculating setup for Tormek knife jigs. (The simpler Projection Calculator is also still available.)
Included angle is the same as the bevel angle as only one side is beveled. The back is flat, and it is fundamentally sharpened as if it were a woodworking chisel.
Generally, there is a 120° angle on the leading V. Some chose to round off the pointed tip.
The Tormek SVM-45 works well for these.
Good videos showing the use of the Tormek Knife Jigs : SVM-45, SVM-100 (no longer sold), SVM-140, and SVM-00:
Tormek Live Sharpening Class - Part 1. Knife sharpening
Wolfgang and Sèbastian from Tormek talk about different techniques for knife sharpening.
|Jeff Farris - Knife Sharpening with Tormek|
|Steve Bottorff - Using Tormek Knife Jigs|
|Tormek Knife Jig SVM-45|
|Tormek Long Knife Jig SVM-140|
|Tormek Small Knife Holder SVM-00|
|Tormek AngleMaster WM-200|
|Herman Trivilino showing the use of a platform jig|
|Knife Grinders showing common Tormek mistakes in knife sharpening|
|Knife Grinders showing sharpening of knives with convex curves|
|Knife Grinders showing sharpening of knives with concave curves|
|Knife Grinders showing how to mounting the pin pivot collar on your knife jig
Pin Pivot Jig
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