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Rob, A2 is a tool steel and vanadium in it makes it a little more difficult to sharper to razor sharp state on water stones. Over the years I have refined over the years heat treatment for A2, closing the gab in sharpen-ability between it and carbon steels, but I find that it is still best to finish...
- Thu Sep 20, 2018 7:15 pm
- Forum: Customer Product Reviews
- Topic: Marko Tsourkan 240mm AEB-L Gyuto
- Replies: 6
- Views: 6878
Hi Chris, I read the review, thank you for taking the time. If you would like, send it to me and I will go over the geometry and tune it up to address things that the knife didn't do well. Once I am done, I will refinish the blade to the factory finish, so the knife you will get back won't look diff...
My name is A. Marko Tsourkan. I live in Mt. Vernon, NY and I work from my workshop in New Rochelle, NY. As long as can remember, I have always been into knives. A vivid memory from my childhood - my grandfather peeling an apple with his small patinaed carbon folder and me thinking: I want that knife...
- Sat Oct 21, 2017 2:45 am
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Marko Tsourkan Knives
- Replies: 117
- Views: 25336
Hello there, a little late to the thread, my apologies. The knives in the picture are on the way to CKTG. A2 is a very promising steel. I have been working with this steel since 2010, on and off. In the last year or so, we finally settled on the heat treatment recipe. A2 does need to be manipulated ...