Marlborough, MA -(Ammoland.com)- Shh … It’s a secret! All we can tell you is DMT has developed a new proprietary sharpening surface technology for ceramic knives.
Anyone attending the 2015 SHOT Show will have first crack at seeing and getting their hands on this latest innovation.
Ceramic knives are all the rage and—contrary to popular belief—they do require sharpening. DMT is known for durableMade in the USA sharpeners that can handle even the hardest materials, and is taking it to the next level with a new technology specifically designed to sharpen rigid yet delicate ceramic blades. The one-of-a-kind sharpening surface will be featured on three of the manufacturer’s most popular products.
DMT stands on its reputation for innovation and ingenuity. Since its inception nearly 40 years ago, it has availed itself of emerging manufacturing technologies, from injection molding to hot runner and robotic systems to ultrasonic welding and beyond. It currently holds 11 U.S. and foreign patents and has introduced more than 50 new products over the last 10 years.
Hunters, outdoor enthusiasts, and military and law enforcement personnel depend on DMT to ensure peak performance from their knives, multi-tools, fishhooks and other gear. They know they can trust the products’ high-quality materials and workmanship on the water, on the trail or at the camp.
See DMT’s new surface technology and much more at SHOT Show Booth 825 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas,January 20-23, 2015.