The first folder I am making is a liner lock which will be on the larger side and I'm naming it the Kuros. I'm making 14 midtechs and 6 customs. It took several months to dial in the CAD drawings but we finished that up end of last year and launched the production in January. The goal for the midtechs is to be around the $600 price point. You may be wondering a few things from the render above... The blade is oversized because I will be grinding each one of these by hand so I wanted the extra blade so I can have a ton of grind and shape options, and handful of them will have fullers, the rest will not. The nice thing about the way I designed these is that they can be used w/ a thumb stud or a flipper tab, or even a spydie hole. The midtechs will have single piece micarta scales (7 natural canvas, and 7 black canvas) that have a knurled texture on the top. The pattern was a little more aggressive than I had thought so I will have to dial it in by hand (it must not tear up the hand or pocket during daily use). Customs will have bolsters (mokume, timascus, and ti) and custom grinds among different finishes and the goal for these is $1k-1200, most of the 6 already have buyers. Extra details: Blades are 4" long and will have either M390 at 61-62rc or Cruwear at 62rc (doing some of each) Backspacers matching the scales, but standoffs can be purchased if you prefer that Lock inserts will be hardened steel Running on PB washers Where am I at now w/ these? It drives me crazy not being able to do everything in house but I'm just not to that point yet. I had to have several of the parts re-made (CNC) so those should be getting here in a week or two. Meanwhile the blades have already been heat treated and are being lapped to a final thickness as I type this. After I get everything In I will be handling the critical portions of this build such as: Pivot action and tolerance All detent work and detent snappiness/retention Lockface geometry and grinding Blade grind Final fit and finish I still have a lot of work to do but am SUPER excited to finally be getting some of these out. Stay tuned for more!