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Why Knife Blades Chip - MURRAY CARTER

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Published on Mar 25, 2011

In this video, Murray Carter shares with us the three most common reasons why a knife blade chips -- overheating, improper quenching and tempering, and overtasking. In the sequel to this clip, Murray will demonstrate just how easy it is to repair this very knife which he has damaged.

You can learn more about knives and their care from our Blade Sharpening and Maintenance DVDs:
http://www.cartercutlery.com/japanese...

While you're there at our website, don't forget to sign up for some of the best knife maintenance advice around, Carter Cutlery's Knife Tips.

If you have any questions or comments, email us at: murray@cartercutlery.com

We look forward to your visit! May God richly bless you, and remember...

Stay sharp!

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