At Cut Brooklyn, Joel Bukiewicz makes custom knives. Not cocobolo-clad showpieces shaped like ravens, but working knives for serious cooks. Yet despite modern materials and innovative shapes that make the blades dance across cutting boards, Bukiewicz hasn’t found a better method for crafting his wares than the old-fashioned way: by hand, in a stifling basement.
Cut's top floor is for "clean work": gluing handles to blades with maritime epoxy, light sanding, and, you know, selling $500 knives.
Nobody touches the TW90 grinder except Bukiewicz.
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