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  • 13.12.14 0

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    Posted in Meat Cutting Supplies By Dev dev

    Meat cutting knives and other chef’s tools must be exceptionally sharp in order to offer efficiency. Many experienced knife users will know the impact that dull knives can have on their food preparation work and will have a process in place for sharpening their equipment. But for those with little knife use experience, it’s important to understand how to tell when meat cutting knives are dull and require additional sharpening. In this post, we’ll focus on this subject in greater detail.

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  • 18.07.14 0 Posted in Oscillating Blades By Dev dev

    Oscillating tools come in varying sizes and speeds. The motors are in the handle and can be battery charged or corded. The oscillating blade gets attached to the oscillating tool and the motor drives the tool’s head in a rapid back-and-forth, or oscillating, motion. There are many uses for an oscillating blade.

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  • 30.06.14 0 Posted in Saw Blade Express By Dev dev

    A band saw is capable of making some pretty precise cuts – but it has nowhere near the built in precision of your table saw. On the table saw, the blade is securely mounted parallel to the guide slot, and, after adjustment, it is also parallel to the rip fence. So, cuts that run straight are pretty easy to produce. Not so true on the band saw.

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  • 30.06.14 0 Posted in Saw Blade Express By Dev dev

    Before hitting the start button on the saw, there are a few things to know. You will be turning a piece of wood on its edge, and cutting a much wider width than when doing routine curve cutting, or contour work. There will be many more teeth engaged in the wood during this cut. For this reason, you would normally choose a blade with the teeth pretty far apart. A 4 tooth per inch, or even a 3 tooth per inch is a typical tooth spacing, though the EXTA Edge variable pitch blade is the best choice if you seek a smooth cut that requires little sanding to finish up.

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  • 24.06.14 0 Posted in Knife By Dev dev

    Summer is here and the barbeque’s are in full swing! Fish is amazing on the grill. When you put it together with all the summer vegetables that are available it becomes a healthy change from the usual hot dog or hamburger. Farmer’s markets are bursting with this season’s vegetables. You can use just about any vegetable with this recipe, so if you have a favorite, chop according to the directions for the others just throw it in too!

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  •      Many things can affect the life and performance of a band saw blade. One of the most common reasons a blade fails is improper camber. If you are unfamiliar with the term camber, this is the characteristic of the positive or negative “curve” in the profile of the blade material. If you lay a piece of blade stock flat on a table and push the tooth edge up against a straight edge, one of three things will happen. The entire length of the piece touches the straight edge (no camber). The middle touches the straight edge and both ends are curved away (negative camber). Or the ends of the piece touch the straight edge and the middle has space between it and the straight edge (positive camber). The desired characteristic is “positive” camber. Positive camber means that the tooth edge of the band is in fact slightly shorter than the back edge.

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    Posted in Giesser Cutlery By Dev dev

    Cutlery of this grade requires care and maintenance to maintain the integrity of each piece.  These knives will last for a long time, even when used daily in the rigorous atmosphere today’s professional kitchens demand, when properly maintained.

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  • 02.05.14 0 Posted in Saw Blade Express By Dev dev

    On April 12th, 2014, approximately 20 members of the St Louis Woodworker’s Guild (SLWG) paid a visit to SawBladeExpress.com’s production and distribution facilities in Pevely, MO. The St Louis Woodworker’s Guild is a non-profit organization with approximately 100 members in the St Louis metropolitan area. The goals of the Guild include improving the craftsmanship of its members through mentoring programs, instructional presentations, and meetings with outside experts like SawBladeExpress.com. In addition to providing these valuable services to its members, the SLWG uses their woodworking skills to operate a toy building program for hospitalized children, performs volunteer work at an Historic Village in Faust Park, and provides restoration services on behalf of the St Louis Museum of Transportation. For more information, please visit the St Louis Woodworker’s Guild at www.SLWG.org

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  • 21.04.14 0 Posted in Saw Blade Express By Dev dev

    If you’re not as seasoned, or just not as honed in as some of the old timers, we can probably help you through this.

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  • Venison or deer meat is one of the leanest, healthiest meats you can use. For some, the gaminess of the meat is off-putting, but when prepared well, venison has little to no gaminess and can be as tender as fillet mignon.

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