Why are you dogpiling me? Bloke is the one that requested this test, not me.Deadboxhero wrote: ↑Sun Mar 04, 2018 11:19 pmhttps://youtu.be/oGbGrxwGVnICanazes9 wrote: ↑Sun Mar 04, 2018 11:00 pmDeadboxhero wrote: ↑Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:46 pmhttps://youtu.be/P2rf5A3iHoECanazes9 wrote: ↑Sun Mar 04, 2018 10:20 pm
Looks like a new set of tests w/o waiting for the results of the last requested test. The new tests will a long time to accomplis with the "game cleaning" requirements. You can "put it back on me" all you want - the tests will be on video, the toothy edges will be sharp.
I like how you carefully stack the test requirements to produce the results that you want to see. Why didn't you have any comments when I first asked Bloke about it? Before I conducted that test and recorded with video?
#1) How about we cut 10 pieces of manilla rope then repeat the loop rope test cut as a measure of efficacy?
#2) So downward (push cut) efficacy is the only fair way to measure loss of efficacy in cutting performance? Even though we are applying force in two dimensions, we'll just measure one? interesting.
#3) Already done multiple times, though admittedly, not with S110V. Have conducted extensive testing with my Dozier Yukon Skinner cleaning about a dozen deer and I'll take a highly polished edge all day, every day over a toothy edge.
How about you conduct that testing and post it on the forum, I'm eagerly waiting to give my commentary on your results.
Canazes9 wrote: ↑Sat Mar 03, 2018 9:18 pmPolypropylene? Nylon? Size?Bloke wrote: ↑Sat Mar 03, 2018 9:14 pm
I've found difficulty in cutting any of the synthetics and natural fibre ropes with a refined edge.
A prime example would be after I took HAP40 to hair whittling off UF stones on the SM not long after I joined the forum and contacted the member here who explained how to do it to brag about my sharpening ability. Ah, hahaha!
He challenged me to bend some rope into a loop put the knife in the loop and try to cut out. So I did and it certainly didn't cut anything like a coarse edge does. In fact it slid a lot like a blunt blade would.
Can't say that I've tried cutting a loop as described, usually cutting to length on some wood backing. Going to try some rope tomorrow, appreciate the input.
Again, doing what was requested of me, not cutting some rotten natural fiber rope.