Meat, cheese slicer

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Meat, cheese slicer

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Made this slicer today, works good.

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Re: Meat, cheese slicer

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Looks like it would do the job. What blade is that on there?
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Thanks piller, made the blade from a reciprocating hacksaw blade.
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Nice way to re-use an old dull blade. I can see that it is held on with screws, and could be removed to sharpen or replace it.
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Re: Meat, cheese slicer

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Ah ha! So that's where the ' Trim Lion' moulding trimmer came from! Never thought about using my trim knife for appetizers! Has a blade on each end so I can slice cheese on one end and salami on the other!!
All kidding aside Pitchy, you have done it again- that's great!
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Re: Meat, cheese slicer

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I ground all the teeth of it and put a wide bevel on one side.
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Thanks Gunny, they sell the dern things heck with that.
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Nice one Lenn.. 8)

It reminded me of a sign in a butchers shop " Do Not Sit Your Child On The Meat Slicer, We Have Been Getting Behind In Our Orders "....
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Thanks GK, would that make baby back ribs. :lol:
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Re: Meat, cheese slicer

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Hey! I just saw this!. Good job buddy. I have a meat and cheese slicer too. I eat a lot of that stuff while watching tv.
I'm married to mine, however. :D
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Re: Meat, cheese slicer

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Thanks Jay, we sliced some sausage yesterday and it worked good.
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