If you want to keep that fine edge to your blades, then this is the tool for you. The Blade Grinding Attachment is designed to work with the Ken Onion Edition Knife & Tool Sharpener from Work Sharp. This unique attachment lets you customize your knife sharpening to your personal expectations. Adjust the angle from 10 to 35 degrees, use the abrasive belts to get the sharpest edge. You can even adjust the edge profile to get the look and results you want. This kit comes with color instructions and everything you need to begin taking care of your blades at home. Includes five abrasive belts (P120-Extra coarse, X65-coarse, X22-Medium, X4-Fine, and 12000 Extra Fine).
For use with The Ken Onion Edition Work Sharp Knife and Tool Sharpener only. Does not fit the original sharpener.
Does not include the Work Sharp Knife & Tool Sharpener (sold separately).
a great edition to the work sharp tool Ken Onion edition .let you profile the blade shape you need with different belts..
Puts a great edge on "normal" steel, easy enough to use. Practice on a beater first! Time will tell how long the belts last but this attachment makes it ~much~ easier to get good results than the base Work Sharp tool alone. Highly recommended!
If this took standard-size belts, I would have no complaints at all about this machine. As it is, this is a better knife making tool than most of the $300 sanders you can buy at the hardware store. I still wouldn't try to grind a bevel with it or hog out a profile from a blank, but for modifying handles and rounding corners and sharpening, it's perfect.
I have been sharpening my own knives for about 10 years now, and I can honestly say that this system get my blades sharper than any other system or stone out there. When used properly, this system will put a razor, hair popping, eye popping, mirror polished edge on just about anything. I even sharpened a spoon to absolute perfection with this tool. Why? Because I could! The adjustable angles with the attachment allow me to put any angle on any edge. It truly is a perfect system. The only thing that might scare some less educated blade enthusiasts, would be the fact that this will make any flat or "V" grind essentially obsolete. It is a convexing machine. But, if you prefer your edges to be convexed, do not pass this up.