Sharpening your knife and plate will pay for themselves. Do not allow a knife or plate to develop a rough or uneven surface.

We sharpen all types, sizes & brands of

Bowlcutter blades Mincer plates & knives
Emulsifier plates Slicer & Dicer blades
Rotary cutters Vegetable blades
Printer blades Packaging blades
Hand knives Scissors
Any other blade that needs sharpening...

How to check if your parts have been sharpened properly

Before Sharpening After Sharpening
Hole plates and emulsifier plates The first thing to check is that the sharpened plate needs to have a mesh shape pattern on the machined surface. This will give you an indication that the surface is 100% flat and that the thickness of the plate is the same throughout the entire surface of the plate. All marks made by the knife needs to be removed.
Mincer knifes The knife needs to also be machined 100% flat and also needs to be the same thickness throughout the knife area. It is not always possible to see the mesh shaped grinding marks on the knife as the area is mostly too small. You also need to have all marks made on the knife cutting edge removed.

Visual Test

Place the knife and plate on top of each other and hold it to the light. You are not to see any light pass between the machined surface of the knife and the plate. If you are able to see light pass between the knife and plate you will not have a good cutting mincer.