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  1. Meridian Blades

    Cuttin a lil BAB

    Starting at the beginning of the road again.... That old wives tale... "For burl you must wait a year for every inch of thickness".... We are going to ignore that... :biggrin: hahaha
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    Snapshot of burl Santoku handle...

    Santoku handle in progress with paring knife in Aldo's 15N20... sneak peek.
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    Got my tree up early this year.... LOL

    Thanks for the help this morning John... Now I can have all my Ornaments (grinder arms) in their proper places...
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    Scales with bone inlays - Something a bit different

    Halloween build off sword scales... bone inlays into carbon fiber.
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    Back from the ovens in PA

    New batch back from the ovens in PA... this is thin 15N20. My versions of some Santokus / Chef / Steak and Bird & Trout blades. Never used this steel before but I heard good things.
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    Chef with some buckeye

    Quick pics of a new Slim line Chef in 440C.... Dark Buckeye burl handle. Black Micarta pins... front pin is hard to see because the Buckeye is almost all black there.
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    Help with HT for 1095

    I need a blade heat treated that is almost 24" long.... Made of 1095.... If anyone is interested send me a PM... Have materials to trade, or cash works too. Thanks Larry
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    Caption This......

    Normally I am not a "reposter" but I thought this pic was pretty funny. Look at the expression on the cat's face. Awkward family cat photos...... :biggrin:
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    unmarked damascus

    I had a billet of Damascus in the shop from years ago. There was never any mark on it to tell what its made out of. Soooooo question is this. I ground it into a santuko, how do I get it heat treated? Thanks Larry
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    Sew Tech 5100 - thoughts ??

    Sew Tech 5100 for Sale There is one for sale but it doesn't come with the flat table attachment. Basically a new machine, and the seller wants $2500. Sells for $2300 regularly, but seller spent $400 in shipping from Canada..... Anything I should be aware of..... total newbie to these...
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    KMG Grinder Attachment Storage (Arm, Shelf, Tree) Pics Needed

    What have you found that works best for storage for grinder attachments ? I have quite a few (multiple flat platens / radiused platen / 10 inch wheel / small wheel attachment / rotary platen etc) and put them on a shelf below my grinder, but was thinking about that tree looking thing Tracy had...
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    Just another Dog pic

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    Knifemakers Pic for "The Office"

    I was thinking about having this picture framed and hung up in my office at work. You know kinda like those inspirational pictures of the guy climbing mountain ...etc. I dunno if my coworkers would understand. What do you think? :biggrin:
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    Driving in Russia

    Whats the deal with driving in Russia? Video link below. Spoiler alert: There's a helicopter and a jet.. - Driving in Russia
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    WTB: old westinghouse paper base micarta

    Looking for the old school paper micarta... PM what you have.. thanks
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    One man's trash

    I have an idea that I would like to redo this case. Basically gut it and wrap it in leather and reuse the buckles and corner hardware. Make a new leather handle and redo the interior with some nice fabric etc. I was thinking I could replace the old rivets with Chicago screws, but whats...
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    curly and sharp

    Mstephen is the maker.... I always thought these were cool lookin. Little belt ax with some nice curly maple. Still see the forge marks...
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    Amazing talents

    I know its not sheaths, but if you appreciate good leather work check this out.... Cyrex is a great carver........ Moaali Leathers on facebook
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    Snakeskin in plastic - any guesses?

    Anyone seen anything like this before? Looks like hard plastic with the pattern going all the way through... Hmmm
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    Storage Bin

    Here's a quick article I saw in "Fine Woodworking". I thought this bin might actually work for storing steel stock as well. Pretty easy build, maybe reinforce the walls/floor to hold more weight, since metal weighs more, but the concept would be the same. Cheers !! Larry