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    Sorry, what I meant was I think you are confused...

    Sorry, what I meant was I think you are confused about people liking a dead flat edge. If there are any they certainly are in the minority, I'm not aware of any who like completely flat edge, but...
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    I think you are confused Noodle. If anything a...

    I think you are confused Noodle. If anything a cleaver with a dead flat edge has to be re-ground to have some curve. A dead flat edge is very difficult to use, ages ago I had Dave add a touch of...
  3. That one is easy. Three rams brand chinese made....

    That one is easy. Three rams brand chinese made. They are fairly common on ebay.
  4. get a carbide bit (I think that is what they are...

    get a carbide bit (I think that is what they are called) they aren't too expensive $5-10 I think, and you just have to go slow and steady with lots of lubrication (that's what she said).
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    Hahaha what a loser... :)

    Hahaha what a loser... :)
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    Nice work! Now that you know how to do it you...

    Nice work! Now that you know how to do it you can try on a nice knife. :)
  7. I'd be lying if I said I could tell a difference....

    I'd be lying if I said I could tell a difference. The biggest problems is I'm just a home cook and I've had way too many cleavers over the years (hence why I've been working on thinning out the...
  8. After re-reading JKerr's post I think he's right,...

    After re-reading JKerr's post I think he's right, I think the cleavers called virgin are white #2? Man I'm way behind the curve when it comes to all this steel term nonsense. :)
  9. Isn't white #1 the same as virgin carbon? And if...

    Isn't white #1 the same as virgin carbon? And if so isn't white #1 what litterally 99% of the carbon cleavers on the market are made of? I know of people who have tried to order custom cleavers...
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    No appologies needed, Fish was and is a true...

    No appologies needed, Fish was and is a true master.
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    I'm glad you like it Jay. I'll see if I can get...

    I'm glad you like it Jay. I'll see if I can get a WIP post up in the next few weeks.

    Andy
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    I would just order something from Koki at...

    I would just order something from Koki at www.japanesechefsknife.com, you will get something waaaay better than the Victorinox or Wusthof for not a ton more money.

    There are several "less"...
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    Killer wood deals

    Hello all, I hope I'm not stepping on any toes by doing this. There used to be a burl guy in Utah that I purchased from quite often. He sold out to a guy in Oregon I beleive. I still check the...
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    A quart! Ha, I'll say that should last you. ...

    A quart! Ha, I'll say that should last you. :biggrin: I'm actually working on a handle right now. By the way, when are we going to get together and have a show and tell?
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    I'll have to look into that stuff, althought I...

    I'll have to look into that stuff, althought I may not really do enough handles to be worth the switch. I've tried several "fancy" epoxies over the years, the last being the K&G stuff, I wasn't...
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    I use the clear fast(er) drying Gorilla glue and...

    I use the clear fast(er) drying Gorilla glue and I don't find it expands too much at all. Sure it expands out the sides, but that gets sanded anyway. I will say, you have to clamp the hell out of...
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    Great post kaleb. This is basically how i do my...

    Great post kaleb. This is basically how i do my handles as well with a drill press spindle attachment thrown in for the inside curves. Oh and i'll also add i gave up on epoxy ages ago. I swear by...
  18. Yes, mine was about 445g if I remember correctly....

    Yes, mine was about 445g if I remember correctly. It's not super thick, just not a laser, it has a fat rounded spine too which is nice and it tapers to the tip, the edge has a distal taper which is...
  19. My Mizuno carbon is quite thin and fairly light...

    My Mizuno carbon is quite thin and fairly light ~440g if I remember correctly. I don't know if the weight and grind on these can vary wildly? If so that's too bad. I hate recomending a knife only...
  20. Here is the Mizuno stainless: ...

    Here is the Mizuno stainless:

    http://www.japanesechefsknife.com/ChineseCleaver.html

    You'll also see the Hattori FH cleaver there, which meets your requirements as well, it doesn't get a ton of...
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    Whoa, that thing is badass. :headbang:

    Whoa, that thing is badass. :headbang:
  22. My mind can't even comprehend how you could make...

    My mind can't even comprehend how you could make something like that. Just wow.
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    well it was only at the top of the list :) ...

    well it was only at the top of the list :)

    http://www.knifeforums.com/forums/showtopic.php?tid/920488/pid/2465523/post/last/m/1/#LAST

    that would be a killer deal. He originally wanted $500,...
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    I should not have looked at this so close to...

    I should not have looked at this so close to dinner. :hungry:

    Great job as always. :doublethumbsup:
  25. Thread: Tape on blades

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    I've never noticed that, and I've had many a...

    I've never noticed that, and I've had many a carbon blade wrapped up for months months in blue painters tape while I slowly bur surely work on it. :)
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