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    Damascus Billets

    Aside from Devin Thomas, which knife makers do you believe produce the best looking damascus billets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimmer View Post
    Aside from Devin Thomas, which knife makers do you believe produce the best looking damascus billets?
    Kramer, Burke, but 'best' is subjective at best. It depends what you like. All the three I like produce very 'clean' damascus.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shimmer View Post
    Aside from Devin Thomas, which knife makers do you believe produce the best looking damascus billets?
    I would be more concerned with the best cutting then the best looking,if a knife does not cut worth a sh!t what's the point.

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    our own Del made piles od dammy bars for some big players
    \he uses O1/L6 and makes more then a few patterns

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    Del...Del!

    We have just scratched the surface when it comes to all the patterns that Del can do. If you go to his website you can see a bunch of completely different patterns. He was big time before he graced us with his presence in the kitchen knife world. He also is combining San Mai and Damascus in stainless-look at David Broadwells latest project made with Dels Damascus. Also look at the knives Mario made.

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    DT has some super pretty damascus... I love his patterns

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Pescador View Post
    We have just scratched the surface when it comes to all the patterns that Del can do. If you go to his website you can see a bunch of completely different patterns. He was big time before he graced us with his presence in the kitchen knife world. He also is combining San Mai and Damascus in stainless-look at David Broadwells latest project made with Dels Damascus. Also look at the knives Mario made.

    Pesky
    Do you have a link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delbert Ealy View Post
    sure

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    BTW not to leave out other great steel smahers on this site but if they make there own dammy fo rthere own blades you might be able to talk them into a bar for you too

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