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Would it be a giant problem to weld a non stainless tang extension on to a stainless blade?
You'll get better at not gouging the eff out of the spine at the scale transition. Boy, it is easy to do. I still do it from time to time.
That's a great move with the graham forge being ready to use out of the box WITH the blower!
Dang if I had a forging area I would jump on that.
Your posts are always informative thanks.
1/8 thick is plenty. You could do all of that with a thinner thickness as well. You are just cutting through joints and flesh.
Yes .90 and below san mai would be awesome!
No waiting a day for scales to finish curing like with g flex. It's nice for me as a weekend guy where I don't have to kill a day waiting.
I have been loving the locktite speedbonder. I am also a fan of the gflex but with the speedbonder you have zero downtime with the downside you...
small and cheap fishtank aquarium pump should work
Like a futon. An uncomfortable couch by day and an even more uncomfortable bed at night!
1/4. That is thick as hell. Makers that use it hollow grind with distal taper and drill out quite a bit of the tang or use hidden tang for that...
That's what I use. Make sure you have enough compressor. A pancake one won't cut it. You will have to open and close the mister valve all the...
I use these guys.
Even cheaper if you want to wait from aliexpress since it all comes from china anyway....
Man, I went through 12 contact wheels making my first knife and NOW you tell me this?!?!?!?!?!?
Thanks guys! I really like the look and the additional "custom" aspect of it.
I wear 5 mil gloves so my hands get less pruney.
Huh, that seems big to me as it is just the top 1/2 or so of the knife but I suppose that makes sense as we are dealing with .1 ish total...
I've got a plate of .118 AEB-L and I would like to try a compound grind.
I have a flat platen and only a small wheel.
I wouldn't mind getting...