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Thread: rookie version re-handle walkthrough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Nguyen View Post
    Are you clamping the knife down in the drill press in any way?

    Great procedure by the way. This isn't how an amateur does it, by the way.
    For oily woods I clamp the knife down with a quick clamp, for light woods I usually just use my hands, I have never had one bind up, but I face the spine of the knife in the direction of the drill rotation just in case.

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    LOL nothing like the helicopter of death to scare the hell out of you

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    Some day I will do one of those also...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bishopmaker View Post
    LOL nothing like the helicopter of death to scare the hell out of you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bishopmaker View Post
    LOL nothing like the helicopter of death to scare the hell out of you
    I for sure just laughed out loud after reading this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    Some day I will do one of those also...
    A helicopter of death?

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    Its when the drill bit sticks in whatever you are drilling and the piece starts spinning around like crazy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bishopmaker View Post
    LOL nothing like the helicopter of death to scare the hell out of you
    I know that trick. No blood, but I think I might have wet myself.
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    I did it a few weeks ago with the lid from a 10# can. Got my hand, too.

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    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 gorilla glue now.

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