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Lansky Knife Sharpening Base

by MattS, published

Lansky Knife Sharpening Base by MattS Jan 8, 2013

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I ordered a new Lansky knife sharpening kit after having coveted my uncles for years and found that it didn't come with a base or a stand of any type. Rather than order a base and wait a few more days to finally get my knives out of their pathetic state, I decided to print a base.
Now my kitchen knives can cut like they belong on an infomercial and my pocket knife is no longer a tearing implement!

Instructions

Print, attach, sharpen.

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how much infill did you use?

I only used like 20% but if you are concerned about the durability you could up it to say 40% and it should be good.

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