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Why is this slicer not recommended for cheese?
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how can I attain an operting manual. I can't put sharpening stones in proper position to sharpen with that gaurd
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What is the weight of this unit
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How many hours of meat slicing can I do a day?
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How is this model at slicing cheese?
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Why is this slicer not recommended for cheese?
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how can I attain an operting manual. I can't put sharpening stones in proper position to sharpen with that gaurd
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What is the weight of this unit
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How many hours of meat slicing can I do a day?
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How is this model at slicing cheese?

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Globe 14" Medium Duty Manual Slicer

14" knife, special alloy hollow ground & hard chromed; Permanently attached Knife ring guard; Knife cover interlock; Motor overload protection with manual reset; Belt driven; Ball bearing chute slide; 35° angles chute drive; Top mounted all metal knife sharpener; Slices up to 9/16" thickness; Removable, easy-to-clean chute, slice deflector, knife cover & sharpener; Metal bottom enclosure; Includes 6' power cord & plug (NEMA 5-15P); 27 5/8" L x 20" W x 19 1/4" H; One year parts & labor warranty; ETL listed; NSF certified; 115 Volts; 3 Amps; 1/2 Horsepower
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How is this model at slicing cheese?

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Well, the G14 is a belt-driven slicer, so if you're slicing cheese, you'll eventually burn out the belt. For cheese slicing, you really need a gear driven slicer. The entry level gear driven slicer is the GC512, which will handle some light cheese slicing with ease. However, for intensive cheese use, I'd recommend the 3600N. It is "ideal for cheese."
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