I know that Wiley does serrations on plain edged blades>> but I've never heard whether or not VEFF would do them for a price? VEFF also has a really cool looking sharpening system for serrations I've been wanting to get. I've heard a lot good about him over at bladeforums.com.
You could probably talk to him about it. All he can say is no. He charges by the amount of serrations and steel type. I don't remember the exact cost.Evil D wrote: ↑Sun Oct 07, 2018 7:52 amI'd be far more interested in Veff serrations if they weren't angled the way they are. I'd like to try a wider serration pattern but I do more than just pull cuts. They seem wide enough to cut ok in other directions but also seem much more likely to snag with a repeating hook pattern. I just want a standard Spyderco pattern where the large scallops are about a third longer and the small ones are twice as long.
CRKT patented. I would LOVE for Spyderco to get a license to add them. Yes they are better than any serrated knife I've used. This is my favorite tactical knife.
JD Spydo wrote: ↑Sun Oct 07, 2018 4:15 amI know that Wiley does serrations on plain edged blades>> but I've never heard whether or not VEFF would do them for a price? VEFF also has a really cool looking sharpening system for serrations I've been wanting to get. I've heard a lot good about him over at bladeforums.com.
I thought about something like that>> where do you get grinding wheels for different serration patterns? I was totally unaware that they were available. I have an old chain saw sharpening grinder I used when I was still in the business and I'm wondering if they wouldn't work on something like that?
sal wrote:Knife afi's are pretty far out, steel junky's more so, but "edge junky's" are just nuts.
SpyderEdgeForever wrote: Also, do you think a kangaroo would eat a bowl of spagetti with sauce if someone offered it to them?
The veff serrations on the Spyderhawk are chisel ground. I'll try to take pics this evening.bearfacedkiller wrote: ↑Mon Oct 08, 2018 7:47 amI have had it done by Willey Knives. They did a good job and it came extremely sharp.
The one thing that someone needs to know about adding serrations is that they probably will not be chisel ground. There will be a bevel on the back side. They would have to grind the serrations pretty far up the blade to remove the original V grind.
Are those Zeff serrations above chisel ground? It does look like he ground up into the blade a good bit.