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I have tried these ceramic knives.

Very brittle.


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This one seems to cut about 10x what a normal ceramic knife can and seems to be much tougher by the drop tests and the brass rod cuts. Time will tell, but it looks quite promising. I pre ordered one for my personal testing and use. Would make an extreme ultra light backpacking knife.


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Might work at home in the kitchen where if you drop it and it shatters you have backup, but not in the field.
 
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In the field I would have a back up knife. I have the knife and it is what I expected. I did some light “torture tests” making notches and whittling some tough hard wood and dry bamboo with some decent lateral torquing on the edge and it did pretty good. I have not dulled it yet and when it is, I will sharpen it with diamond lapping film to see how it does on a new edge. the factory edge was only so-so.


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I'll stick with my Diamond Blade knives. Big Grin tu2
 
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Ceramics can be injected into molds. You could add diamond powder or other carbides to the mix to have a knife you would never need to sharpen unless you are doing some crazy stuff or you damage the knife.


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What's next - a rifle with a synthetic stock...?
 
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Naw, that would never catch on.


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Interesting.
 
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