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Jon Buescher

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finally got a little help around my little hobby farm! and pallet forks because I tend to need to move heavy things around
 

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Taz575

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2 weeks with no shop time makes me cranky! Worked on these today! 5 TJ Lam Pink/Purple Camo handles on some steak knife blanks and a 4" Elmax blade with TJ Lam Blue Water camo handles. Got a few rehandles for Japanese kitchen knives in the works and need to make up a custom Tuna Poker. 18 blades should be coming back from heat treat soon as well!220619872_10101725001834690_210022967659301891_n.jpg221242243_10101725001814730_5503395803186794878_n.jpg219776534_10101725001784790_5963726867060307248_n.jpg
 

scherf68

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2 weeks with no shop time makes me cranky! Worked on these today! 5 TJ Lam Pink/Purple Camo handles on some steak knife blanks and a 4" Elmax blade with TJ Lam Blue Water camo handles. Got a few rehandles for Japanese kitchen knives in the works and need to make up a custom Tuna Poker. 18 blades should be coming back from heat treat soon as well!View attachment 78776View attachment 78777View attachment 78778
I like them, look like fingers in my warped mind. Where did you get the pink camo?
 

Taz575

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I make it :) I use fabric in different colors and patterns, chop it up, soak it in epoxy resin, and then press it into a mold to make a block. Its home made micarta, but random pieces instead of straight layers stacked up. I have done solid colors, alternating layers and the camo patterns. This is the full block that I made. It's approx 11" long and 7" wide, around 1.25" thick. I used 66 oz of epoxy and a half sheet tray tin full of fabric. The fabric really compresses down a lot, so you need a lot more than you think you do!PP camo block.jpg
 

scherf68

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I make it :) I use fabric in different colors and patterns, chop it up, soak it in epoxy resin, and then press it into a mold to make a block. Its home made micarta, but random pieces instead of straight layers stacked up. I have done solid colors, alternating layers and the camo patterns. This is the full block that I made. It's approx 11" long and 7" wide, around 1.25" thick. I used 66 oz of epoxy and a half sheet tray tin full of fabric. The fabric really compresses down a lot, so you need a lot more than you think you do!View attachment 78779
That is awesome, you can stare at the handles and see different random things, very well done.
 
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