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  1. #11
    Yeah, I didn't realize that until I found the link. I'm overworked and tired!

    This is really great! I am so happy to have you around to show us this kind of thing, it is both informative and deeply inspiring.

  2. #12
    DrNaka,

    You are right, I wasn't factoring in three smiths. 780 divided by 3 is 260 per smith per year. As in one per day for every 5 day week of the year. Sorry about my original math error.

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    Wow thanks for the detailed walkthrough. I always enjoy seeing behind the scenes and into the techniques that are used to create something great. Thank you for posting.
    - Sean

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by DrNaka View Post
    I did.
    It was one of the purpose to show it to Iizuka san because I help Marko to get Shigefusa knives.
    Nice
    Im impressed by the shigs cutting abilities, and the way they are made. Ill talk to Marko about more shigs

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by mainaman View Post
    I want more Shigefusa
    So do I. Just wish I could afford them

    DarkHOeK

  6. #16
    It's great to have a glimpse into a craftsman's shop and techniques.
    Fantastic blog, DrNaka. I really enjoy reading it. Perhaps, a book down the road?

    M


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  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    It's great to have a glimpse into a craftsman's shop and techniques.
    Fantastic blog, DrNaka. I really enjoy reading it. Perhaps, a book down the road?

    M
    I do not think a book will sell because you can read it free at my blog.

    And the editor has much to do because my English is my 3rd language.

  8. #18
    A blog is a blog and a book is a book. They are not the same. For instance, you can't have a blog on your coffee table for others to see.

    M


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    Canada's Sharpest Lefty Lefty's Avatar
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    Never been to an Internet cafe, Marko?
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    Take a look around at: www.sharpandshinyshop.com

    Email me at: tmclean@sharpandshinyshop.com

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Never been to an Internet cafe, Marko?
    Not in US. But I do enjoy drinking coffee in my living room with a pile of books on my coffee table that I periodically flip through to look at the pictures (I have read them). My friends love to look through them too.

    That and newspapers I enjoy reading on paper. I read plenty online, but reading on paper is a different game. And no, I don't own an Ipad (and don't plan on owning one).

    M


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