3 of a kind ISH

LR Harner

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the triplets
all are one piece 5400 year old bog oak
all are 1/4 inch thick cpm154 and have bamboo like spine work and round points
the main difference is the grind one wedge (ground one 10 inch wheel) one part hollow (10 inch + extra grind time on the 5 inch wheel ) and one full hollow (10+5+ 2 inch wheel grind )
any thoughts are welcome


 

J. ROSA

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WOW! Those are amazing! I'm shocked at how you are able to blend everything so cleanly in using the different wheels.
 

LR Harner

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thanks guys
so far a edge holding i have been usigna CPM154 blade fo ovr a year now and it holds up as well if not better then plain carbon blades (might give jsut a hair up on smoothness vs carbon steels but i ll take that trade any time
BTW the cts-xhp should be every bit as smooth as carbon steel and still be stainless (i will keep you all updatedd )
 

Mike Martinez

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thanks guys
so far a edge holding i have been usigna CPM154 blade fo ovr a year now and it holds up as well if not better then plain carbon blades (might give jsut a hair up on smoothness vs carbon steels but i ll take that trade any time
BTW the cts-xhp should be every bit as smooth as carbon steel and still be stainless (i will keep you all updatedd )
Thanks Butch, I've been following your work for a while now and it gets better every time you post a new piece. Let me know if you ever need a shaving brush or two... :3:

Again, amazing work and that Burlsource.com Bog Oak is killer!
 
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