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    New folder

    Thanks everyone. Mike I used a pantograph.
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    New folder

    Something new for me. 4 inch closed inter-frame, CPM-154 blade and spring with 416 handles and yellow leopard skin jasper.
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    New to Folders - Slip Joint Template Resource

    Print it out and measure the handle length. It normally needs to be reduced or enlarged to make it the correct size.
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    Swedge grinding?!!

    I am sorry Casey, I was responding to Bradyhuryn and typed you name by mistake. I use a 10 inch wheel also, both grinding bevels and the swedges. I figure if its working I need to keep using it.
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    Swedge grinding?!!

    Casey, I have always used a contact wheel to grind them. When it warms up a little I will take a few photos.
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    Swedge grinding?!!

    I grind them after the blade is finished and sanded to 600-800 grit. The blade shape dictates how I hold it. A spear or wharncliff shape I grind like starting the edge just tapering to disappear at the tip. A clip point I hold tip down and check the best angle with the grinder off. Start...
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    KDs Best of 2020....

    Wow, some fantastic looking knives!!
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    Merry Christmas everyone!

    Merry Christmas everyone
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    Slipjoints with Craig Brewer

    Thanks Drew, I hope the video is helpful to anyone wanting to make slip joints. It was a lot of work to get it done and Chris is a super guy to work with. The scribe is a quick change handle from GRS engraving tools with a thin scribe. The handle is rubber coated and comfortable to use. The...
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    What's going on in your shop?

    I have it finished.
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    What's going on in your shop?

    Putting in the shield.
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    What's going on in your shop?

    Getting there. Lots more sanding left.
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    What's going on in your shop?

    Rough ground a few blades.
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    What's going on in your shop?

    Catching up on this one a little. Swedges and nail nicks done.
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    What's going on in your shop?

    Finished a new edc for me.
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    Lock back whittler

    Had some pro photos made of this one. 3 3/4 closed CPM 154 blades, springs and lock bar. Integral 416 bolsters and liners with mammoth ivory.
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    What's going on in your shop?

    Tracy it's 1/4 inch bead blasted 416. I got a good deal on some and when I run out I will go back to 3/16 stock. It will end up something like this.
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    What's going on in your shop?

    It is an integral liner and bolster.
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    What's going on in your shop?

    Working on a little stockman.
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    Medium sized trapper

    This one went out for a retirement gift last month. 3 5/8 closed, Randy Haas feather damascus, integral 416 bolsters and liners and mammoth ivory covers. I am told the retiree is very happy with his new knife.
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