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    Nice job

    Nice job
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    Welcome Josef!

    Welcome Josef!
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    By changing direction you can see the fine...

    By changing direction you can see the fine scratches from the stone cross each other. If your strokes are always in the same direction when you turn the blade over to see progress you cannot tell...
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    Wow!! That's got some hours into it.

    Wow!! That's got some hours into it.
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    When your sharpening on a water stone, keep...

    When your sharpening on a water stone, keep changing the direction slightly every 15-20 strokes then look at the blade , you will be able to see where you need to put more pressure and where to put...
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    California hammer-in

    This is definitely worth the drive. Meet some great people and awesome knifemakers. http://www.americanbladesmith.com/ipboard/index.php?/topic/1207-california-hammer-in/
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    If you use ferric chloride mix it with water 50%...

    If you use ferric chloride mix it with water 50% and make sure the blade is super clean.You can use finger nail paint to seal up around the handle where you don't want it to get to. Soak it for about...
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    I would start with a leaf spring or coil spring....

    I would start with a leaf spring or coil spring. it's most likely 5160 which is a easy steel to heat treat.

    Here's a list of what types of steel you can find for free. ...
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    I've often wondered what would be the best way to...

    I've often wondered what would be the best way to go about grinding teeth like that into a hardened blade without making a mess of it.
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    I like to rip off a 3/8" thick section of a...

    I like to rip off a 3/8" thick section of a yellow j-flex belt and do it on the slack part of the grinder, then hand sand with sandpaper wrapped around a sharpie.
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    It could be that the martensite grain size in...

    It could be that the martensite grain size in that area is not as small due to heat treating methods or it could of been overheated in that area causing the grain structure to grow.
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    Hello from Santa Cruz California.

    I stumbled across this forum while researching info about chef knives. This is a wonderful forum to know about as it has given me information about knives from pro chefs who actually use them rather...
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