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TORMEK LONG KNIFE JIG SVM-140

TORMEK LONG KNIFE JIG SVM-140

R1 050,00 incl VAT
The Tormek Long Knife Jig SVM-140 has been developed especially for the sharpening of long and flexible knives, like filleting knives.
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  • This jig works in the same way as the Knife Jig SVM-45 but is wider. Its larger width, 140 mm, stabilizes a long and thin blade and gives more support. Of course, it can also be used for larger knives with a more stable knife blade like chef's knives.
  • The jig rests on the Universal Support. The exact edge angle is set by rotating the adjustable stop or with the Micro Adjust on the Universal Support.
  • The Universal Support is placed vertically for grinding towards the edge.
  • Read more about knife sharpening and edge angles on the page "Edge angles for knife sharpening".
Manufacturer: Tormek
Availability: In stock
SKU: TASVM14

Product Specification :

  • This jig works in the same way as the Knife Jig SVM-45 but is wider. Its larger width, 140 mm, stabilizes a long and thin blade and gives more support. Of course, it can also be used for larger knives with a more stable knife blade like chef's knives.
  • The jig rests on the Universal Support. The exact edge angle is set by rotating the adjustable stop or with the Micro Adjust on the Universal Support.
  • The Universal Support is placed vertically for grinding towards the edge.
  • Read more about knife sharpening and edge angles on the page "Edge angles for knife sharpening".
Products specifications
Helpful Info
  • This jig works in the same way as the Knife Jig SVM-45 but is wider. Its larger width, 140 mm, stabilizes a long and thin blade and gives more support. Of course, it can also be used for larger knives with a more stable knife blade like chef's knives.
  • The jig rests on the Universal Support. The exact edge angle is set by rotating the adjustable stop or with the Micro Adjust on the Universal Support.
  • The Universal Support is placed vertically for grinding towards the edge.
  • Read more about knife sharpening and edge angles on the page "Edge angles for knife sharpening".
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