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First time post for magazine Knives Illustrated.
I would imagine it's simply a paid ad agency posting but also the members here might get some exposure and that, to me, offsets the spam.
I'll see what they do in the future.
Hi opaul,
I have a question for you. Did I send you a link for a WIP that I did on Bladesmith's Forum? I am suspended from the site and my computer says the site is suspicious. I hope you did not have any problem with the site or any computer problems. Please let me know.
BTW, your puukko work started out with home runs.
All the best,
John Myshkoff
Hi there, I saw that you had bought the XP-720 and was wondering how that was working for you. It is a lot lower power than the other models so does it actually give a good etch? Thanks!
Ember Knives
Ember Knives
Ok, cool thank you. I am not sure yet which way to go, but once you get the stencils I would definitely like to know if it works well.
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IJM3567
I got some stencils from TUS and I don’t have any real etchant yet but just using some salty water it worked great. These were just etched as they’ll be in a heat treat finish area so no need to blacken but about four 5 second cycles which I think was a little hot so let’s say 6 3 second cycles gave a deep etch.
Ember Knives
Ember Knives
Thank you!
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