Yikes, no wonder this blade didn't cut! The grinder must do lawnmower blades on the side! I have no idea what grit that wheel was, but somewhere a concrete mason is short an impact tool!
You can see the individual grinding marks on the belly. And I hope you can see the tanto tip and just where my shaper rode.
It cut low near the bevels' junction and there is about 1/16 of an inch of untouched inch on the tip.
In other words, no two parts of the bevel match. The tip is a set at a differing degree than the start of its own bevel--like it was rounded off as the grinding wheel left the blade.
I'm using a special 5/8 width Atoma 140 Ken Schwartz made for me, it's good at getting into nooks and crannies. The shaping will be the hard part--make two cuts and flip, make two cuts on the obverse side and flip, make two more cuts and flip...
Oh, yeah, and all four bevels have to meet in the same place. Right now, I haven't a clue where that is.