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 Post subject: Re: Name for sharpening jig.
PostPosted: Wed Apr 23, 2014 4:54 pm 
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These are coming along. I'm going to make up a few dozen and sell them way cheap as beta testers. Production should take a few weeks.

After that I'll ask the beta testers for suggestions on incremental improvements and try and refine it.



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ThingamaJig.



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 Post subject: Re: Name for sharpening jig.
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chefknivestogo wrote:These are coming along. I'm going to make up a few dozen and sell them way cheap as beta testers. Production should take a few weeks.

After that I'll ask the beta testers for suggestions on incremental improvements and try and refine it.




Nice, I will buy one for sure. Since I already have a full array of stones for the Edgepro anyway.


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B.B.C. wrote:"I was thinking the Richmond Edge but lunatic beet me to it. "

LUNA, did not beat you to it; he suggested the E.D.G.E. You are only person I've seen suggest the RICHMOND EDGE, and in my book, the suggestion box is now closed. You nailed it shut with the perfect blend of simplicity & wit. I can't see any other name being more marketable.



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I like it too. Richmond Edge.....



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 Post subject: Re: Name for sharpening jig.
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I will buy one and help contribute to a "Better Edge"


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 Post subject: Re: Name for sharpening jig.
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I like

Richmond Edge

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Richmond Stay Sharp Jig


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 Post subject: Re: Name for sharpening jig.
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I'd definitely be down for testing one out. i love my edge pro but there are definitely areas where it could be improved.


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 Post subject: Re: Name for sharpening jig.
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Any ETA on when we might see this? Having used a number of jigged systems throughout the years and now back with free hand sharpening, I'm interested in what changes you have made to the 'standard' systems.


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