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5.00 out of 5based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)



PLATINUM EDITION Cutting Knife, by My Chip Carving

Use your Cutting Knife for all straight, deep, and gradual curve cuts.

(Please note: stropping may be needed to achieve maximum sharpness)

Razor sharp, AEB-L razor blade stainless steel, 0.040″ blade thickness, pre-sharpened, Rockwell 60 hardness, full tang blades! Cutting and Modified knives have thumb notches to register your grip when carving. Rosewood handle with brass pins. Modified knife has less metal on the top of the blade for curved cuts, lettering, and detail work.  Made in the U.S.A. Lifetime warranty! I use the My Chip Carving Knives for all my carving and with every student that I teach. Definitely the best chip carving knives on the market today. Steve said it all when he commented, “Just got my knife today and all I can say is WOW! What a difference it makes.”

Click here for information why I chose AEB-L steel.

AEB-L vs common American carbon steels 
“Roman Landes and John Verhoeven have both done different tests with
AEB-L. In CATRA testing Dr. Verhoeven found AEB-L to outcut 52100,
1086, and Wootz damascus. He also found AEB-L to be able to take a
smaller edge radius than 52100 in controlled sharpening tests. Roman
Landes found AEB-L to have greater edge stability, toughness, and wear
resistance than 52100. Edge stability is a property that describes a steel’s
ability to hold a finely sharpened edge. 52100 is one of the most well
respected carbon steels, and is well known for its small carbides, high
toughness, and high edge stability, so it’s impressive that AEB-L was able to
beat it in these categories, while also having greater wear resistance and
being a stainless steel. Many users have reported that AEB-L sharpens as
easily as any other carbon steel they have used.”

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  1. Kathy Lauwagie
    5 out of 5

    I have 3 of Marty’s chip carving knives. They are the most comfortable knives I have ever used. I have relatively small hands and these fit in my hand beautifully and the angle of the blade makes it easy for me to maintain a consistent cutting angle, which in turn helps me to make clean chips.

  2. Betty Bozio
    5 out of 5

    I love this knife, it makes the detail work much easier, I tend to use it more than the regular knife.

  3. Diana Travis
    5 out of 5

    I have this knife and am using it to learn to carve. My instructor purchased it for me and I am loving it. Feels good in my hand because of the good grip. My instructor swears by it and I will be recommending it to friends who want to learn carving.

  4. Thomas Kraus
    5 out of 5

    good sturdy knife have used frequently. fairly easy to keep a good edge

  5. Bartley Kokotowski
    5 out of 5

    Notched handle very helpful holding the knife @ a consistant angle , holds a sharp edge, and is well worth the price.

  6. Bethany Maxwell
    5 out of 5

    by Bill Rupp (posted with permission): Just received the knife today. It is everything you say it is!!! I enjoy working with quality tools and this knife is certainly that. Good job!!!

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