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It grinds easier than almost every other stainless steel I’ve worked with.
Heat treat doesn’t require any further steps or unusual requirements.
Just realized that I can add the details on the new steel to these previously-cryptic threads. :D
CPM MagnaCut is the new alloy, created and...
Thanks for the update on availability - most people don’t have much grasp of what it takes to produce something like this from raw materials to...
Bringing this back up so that I can link it to a thread in General.
The new forum software won't allow me to fix the video link in the first post...
Jody's work and style was - and continues to be - an enormous influence on me. His knives are some of my greatest inspirations. A few I've made...
How about when you have TWO first names????
Been called Greg my whole life. Larrin seems easy. ;)
Thanks for all the kind words, gang!
I’m dreadfully sorry to hear this. He was a long-time contributor to Shop Talk, back when it was something worth talking about, and he was part of...
Perhaps - it's almost an hour and a half before lunch.
...and that means PB&J.
Dudley nailed it. Not often used in knives, as it has next to no wear resistance, but it is TOUGH. Crazy tough. Think 'jackhammer bit' or...
Aside from not being left-handed, it's perfect. ;)
Killed it, man. Killed it.
The handle has a Terotuf core, with sleeved in carbon fiber, with carbon fiber tsukaito. You can see the full details on the knife HERE.
This one was a heap fun to make!
The 10-1/2” blade is made of .200” thick Crucible S7, scuzzed up just nice for battle, or spreading PB on your...
...I keep forgetting about this thread.
Nothing but rainwater, distilled water, or pure grain alcohol, here...
I specifically stated DYNAMIC tension.
Besides, you’re confusing this with the application you were purchasing those robot arms for.