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Thanks for everybodies help. It turns out it was the slicer. I purchased a General brand slicer and with some practice was able to cut some thin slices. There is a technique to slicing. One does not want to press hard on the prodect push handle. This creates surface tension and deforms the product you are cutting. Once I got his technique down the product was thin and uniform. Now on to some UMai salumi.