Sydney Knife Show & Getting Stroppy at JTA

Sydney Knife Show & Getting Stroppy at JTA

We have made a stack of hardwood and kangaroo strops to deburr knives after sharpening. Here's a little video of some of the processes and the tools used.

Come see us at the Sydney knife show this weekend at Rose Hill Race Course Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 4 pm SAT 6th - SUN 7th AUG

Try out our extensive range of sharping stones under the guidance of Nari-san from Hazuki Sharpening. 

See Australia's best custom knife makers in one place or find everything you will need to make your own knife. 

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