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The "grinding reserve," or amount of usable knife area on each type of knife varies, depending on the size and type of the knife. However, on knives generally found in printing plants, this "grinding reserve" will extend from an inch on carbide knives to as much as two inches on standard or high-speed steel knives. If you permit the knife to become extremely dull, only a limited number of sharpenings can be made before the knife becomes too short for further use.
11 finishing up By Bruce Peterson Proper Knife Care Produces Betters Cuts, Improves Safety
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