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== The Library ==
Links to interesting literature, blogs and forums
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* The classic book by Prof. Verhoeven:<br /> Verhoeven, John D. (2004). Experiments on Knife Sharpening. http://www-archive.mse.iastate.edu/fileadmin/www.mse.iastate.edu/static/files/verhoeven/KnifeShExps.pdf .
* An introduction to metallurgy by Prof. Verhoeven:<br />Verhoeven, John D. (2005). Metallurgy of Steel for Bladesmiths & Others who Heat Treat and Forge Steel. http://www.feine-klingen.de/PDFs/verhoeven.pdf
* History of sharpening, stones, strops and practical how-to's, part 1:<br />Bos, Henk (2012). Grinding and Honing, part 1. http://bosq.home.xs4all.nl/info%2020m/grinding_and_honing_part_1.pdf
* History of sharpening, stones, strops and practical how-to's, part 2:<br />Bos, Henk (2012). Grinding and Honing, part 2. http://bosq.home.xs4all.nl/info%2020m/grinding_and_honing_part_2.pdf
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'''Blogs by forum members'''
* Sharpening techniques (Clay - Wicked Edge): http://sharpeningtechniques.blogspot.nl/
* Jende Industries (Tom): http://jendeindustries.wordpress.com/
* Precise sharpening (Ken): http://preciseknifesharpening.blogspot.nl/
* Belgian sharpening (Michiel): http://belgiansharpening.wordpress.com/
* HowsharpIsIt (Dan): http://www.howsharpisit.com/
* Molecule polishing (Mark): http://moleculepolishing.wordpress.com/
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'''Forums with sections on sharpening'''
* Bladeforums: http://www.bladeforums.com/
* Knifeforums: http://www.knifeforums.com/
* Chef knives to go: http://www.chefknivestogoforum.com/
* Kitchen knife forum: http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/
* Foodieforums: http://www.foodieforums.com/
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== Wicked Edge Forum Links ==
== Wicked Edge Forum Links ==

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Wicked Edge Forum Links

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A tip for mounting a Spyderco knife with a sharply angled spine, so that the edge is level in the clamp:


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