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Discussion in 'Hammer & Tongs' started by Knife freaky, Dec 1, 2016.

  1. Knife freaky

    Knife freaky

    Dec 1, 2016
    Hey guys! I'm looking to get started in knife making in the next year using the stock removal method and was wondering if a dremal would do the trick as far as cutting through the steel to get a profile? I wasn't really wanting to get bigger equipment but if that's what it takesÂ…
  2. Hengelo_77

    Hengelo_77 Basic Member Basic Member

    Mar 2, 2006
    Yes and no
    It will be possible, but will take a very long time and use up a lot of cut off blades.
    Get a cheap angle grinder or a drill press to drill holes around your profile and use a hecksaw to "connect the holes"

    (a dremel will get in handy for all different kind of tasks)
  3. Knife freaky

    Knife freaky

    Dec 1, 2016
    Thanks! That's what I needed to know!:thumbup:

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