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    Stunning work as usual, Will.

    Stunning work as usual, Will.
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    :plus1: My Red Shark gyuto is not light, but it...

    :plus1: My Red Shark gyuto is not light, but it cuts so well that you just fly through things. Maybe that takes some of the weight off. :biggrin:
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    Beautiful work, Will. Can't wait to see how mine...

    Beautiful work, Will. Can't wait to see how mine turns out. :doublethumbsup:
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    So he can get 4K for it?

    So he can get 4K for it?
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    Fantastic work Will. I love your San Mai; your...

    Fantastic work Will. I love your San Mai; your Redshark now has a deep patina on the edge and really looks like a shark's jaw. Nice teeth!!!
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    Boy Will, those are gorgeous. It was exciting to...

    Boy Will, those are gorgeous. It was exciting to see my "almost suji", but that's the way things go. Only makes it that much better when it finally arrives. The feather Damascus is fantastic.
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    Beautiful place Randy, congrats to you and your...

    Beautiful place Randy, congrats to you and your family.
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    I vote yes to anything involving your D-shaped...

    I vote yes to anything involving your D-shaped handles. I absolutely love mine.
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    I think that Cocobolo is my favorite wood. The...

    I think that Cocobolo is my favorite wood. The colors and patterns you get from it are tremendous.
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    Here you go. 18676 This is in Poplar 18677...

    Here you go.

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    This is in Poplar

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    Just finished another one. This is Will's 200 mm...

    Just finished another one. This is Will's 200 mm "Red Shark" gyuto in figured redwood. Interestingly, this one turned out to be more difficult than expected. The redwood is soft enough that I had...
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    Really like your workbench!

    Really like your workbench!
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    Nope, still have it. I am thinking of using it...

    Nope, still have it. I am thinking of using it to make some other paring knife sayas. Just haven't figured out quite how I want to do it yet.
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    Yes, the Poplar is by far the easiest to shape...

    Yes, the Poplar is by far the easiest to shape and cut. It also has the advantage of being soft and easy on the blades and is the closest relative of the traditional Ho wood used in Japan for saya...
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    Adventures in Saya Making

    As some of you may remember, I started trying to make a saya for one of Devin's "spicy white steel" knives. After making it, I found that I was not satisfied and in typical fashion for me, proceeded...
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    I just redid my deck with Cumaru. It's extremely...

    I just redid my deck with Cumaru. It's extremely hard and heavy (sinks in water) and is rated Class A (the same as concrete and steel). Ipe is very similar (slightly harder and heavier) and also...
  17. Thread: Angle finder app

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    +1 :lol2:

    +1 :lol2:
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    Spectacular Mark, please keep posting the WIP...

    Spectacular Mark, please keep posting the WIP pics. I would just love to see how it turns out.
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    Mine got here today. It is really a fantastic...

    Mine got here today. It is really a fantastic folder Randy; almost too good to use. Almost....

    On another topic, would you let me know who does your leather sheaths. I would really like to get...
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    Still need to change the page name on your...

    Still need to change the page name on your website to "Knives I used to have for Sale"...
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    Marko, sorry but my wife just informed me that...

    Marko, sorry but my wife just informed me that our deck is going to be replaced and the money for the knives will be going toward that. I will have to reluctantly cancel my order if I want a place...
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    In for two of the 190's Marko.

    In for two of the 190's Marko.
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    I have been looking at bandsaws for a while now...

    I have been looking at bandsaws for a while now and I have been thinking of buying a Grizzly 14 inch for my home shop. I figure that I will be doing some resawing, but mostly cutting curves, etc. ...
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    +10 on Flitz!!!

    +10 on Flitz!!!
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    Interesting that you should mention that size. ...

    Interesting that you should mention that size. My Bill Burke is 253 mm and it is surprisingly nimble for it's size.
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