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  1. Nick Schreiber

    Johan Nel's KITH

    I concur
  2. Nick Schreiber

    Heikki’s KITH WIP for Nick Schreiber

    Wow! That is going to be a gorgeous piece! I don’t feel worthy.
  3. Nick Schreiber

    KITH for Austin Thrasher

    It is??? I think it’s filthy! You probably wouldn’t think that if you saw the rest of the bench!
  4. Nick Schreiber

    KITH for Austin Thrasher

    The grinder is run through a VFD. It’s mounted on the back wall just out of the picture. I’ve heard of people using glass in their platen but had yet to really research it. How are they mounted? Epoxied on? What about thickness and is there a type of glass that should be used?
  5. Nick Schreiber

    KITH for Austin Thrasher

    I’m using an OBM 2x72 grinder. I had the stock platen that I used for a while but I recently swapped it out for a KMG platen. The KMG offers substantially more room to get around the sides of the platen and the backer itself is thicker and heavier. Here are a couple pics of my set up.
  6. Nick Schreiber

    KITH for Austin Thrasher

    I’m I’ve been meaning to buy a couple of these but have yet to do it. I have to different grits of scotchbrite belts that I also use. I believe they are fine and very fine. They do really well but they don’t get everything out from the previous grit. I typically go from my 120 ceramic to the...
  7. Nick Schreiber

    KITH for Austin Thrasher

    Ive tried going up to 220/400/600 bit I get quite a bit of chatter when I do. I have a nice grind through 120 and the second I go to the 220 it gets messed up. I don’t know what to do to eliminate the chatter so I’ve stopped using those belts for anything but handles. Any suggestions for that?
  8. Nick Schreiber

    KITH for Austin Thrasher

    I have one of Ed Caffreys sanding sticks and I use windex for lubricant. I’ll just keep at it. I’m sure it will get there.
  9. Nick Schreiber

    KITH for Austin Thrasher

    It’s been a bit since I’ve been able to work on my KITH for Austin. I was able to get it heat treated and the bevels ground. I started hand sanding and plan to really taking my time to get all of the scratches sanded out so it has a nice finish. I ground the bevels and the flats to 120 then...
  10. Nick Schreiber

    Morland KITH 2020

    That all turned out really well Dennis! Very nice!
  11. Nick Schreiber

    What's going on in your shop?

    Heikki, that is beautiful! If you want to make something like that for your KITH then feel free!
  12. Nick Schreiber

    Nick Schreiber Gallery

    I finished these two this afternoon. Both were pre sold. 80CRV2 steel. G10 Scales, liners, and pins.
  13. Nick Schreiber

    McLeish KITH 2020

    I’m not a military man but as a Deputy, I typically call everyone I don’t know personally either Sir or Mam. Just a respect thing. I’ll just address you as Bruce from now on!
  14. Nick Schreiber

    McLeish KITH 2020

    Very nice work Sir!
  15. Nick Schreiber

    KITH for Austin Thrasher

    I got the blank finished this afternoon. Next I’ll drill the holes in the tang then start grinding in bevels!
  16. Nick Schreiber

    Stained knife liner tips?

    I’ve had this problem before too. The only thing that has worked for me is sanding it out. I used a high grit 800 to 1000 and cleaned the sanding dust out often. I believe the G10 is actually burned a bit which is causing it to look that way.
  17. Nick Schreiber

    KITH for Austin Thrasher

    Hey everyone! I think I’ve finally decided on a design for my KITH knife. This is my interpretation of a BBQ knife. I have made a few of these now and have been really happy with how they turn out. Every one I’ve made has turned out better than the last. It will be made from 80CRV2 and...
  18. Nick Schreiber

    KITH 2020 SIGN UP

    John those are a great idea! I think I’ll go for something similar. Also, can you explain just how big a metric butt ton is? Inquiring minds want to know.
  19. Nick Schreiber

    KITH 2020 SIGN UP

    Question for everyone... If we are making a kitchen/food prep knife, should a sheath still be included? If not, what would be an appropriate substitute?
  20. Nick Schreiber

    Rice 2020 WIP

    That amount of manual labor looks terrifying. Good luck Sir! Looks good so far!
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