The manufacture of cutlery made in Thiers by Jean Dubost
Our company has preserved its traditional cutler skills since 1920 but it has also moved with its times making significant investments each year namely in terms of production equipment. Since 2012, the Jean Dubost company is EPV labelled (Living Heritage Company), thus rewarding its traditional and innovating values and the quality of its manufacturing processes.
Jean Dubost training manual ? A complete, illustrated, educational manual presenting each stages of the fabrication of our knives and flatware. Through this training manual, four generations of manufacturers transmit you their know-how and their passion of the knives’ production since 1920.
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A steak knife blade, or paring knife or santoku knife blades. Do you know the different stages in the manufacture of a knife blade?
Glueing, nailing, riveting - discover the different assembly techniques used in Jean Dubost flatware and kitchen knives.
From selecting the steel, ongoing tracking and monitoring of the different stages of production, to careful packaging: Quality forms an integral part of the company’s culture, and our teams are involved and trained with a constant focus on “a job well done”, in order to ensure the everyday comfort and pleasure of our users.