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    Quote Originally Posted by UCChemE05 View Post
    To me, it's getting there, but still not "#3 enough". I'd like to see a bit longer flat section near the tip...
    I like this better than the #3 picture. If a blade is flat it slams into the board like dead weight. A super subtle curve that's basically invisible upon glance is what I feel to be ideal.
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    Pierre is awesome, and I'm a ******** to deal with. It seems to work. Haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    Looks somewhat familiar.
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    I heary ya Salty, but no... Not quite the same.


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    I think the last post was an error...wrong thread!
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    i think the #3 knife profile might not be a factory profile at all, but like a soo many sabs out there its profile was altered some due to many years of sharpening. just a hunch.

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    i think the #3 knife profile might not be a factory profile at all, but like a soo many sabs out there its profile was altered some due to many years of sharpening. just a hunch.
    mentioned that earlier here. i was thinking it started out more like sab #1 then eventually ended up looking like sab #3

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    I would tend to agree. It might be the lighting, but #3 seems to have a very slight frown? Might be my old eyes too. Spines on 1 and 3 look the same, as does heel height. Sharpening would seem to be the difference in both examples. Year of production, also might have slight variations.

    Edit. Must be my eyes. I'm going on 2 hours sleep... Turned my laptop 90 degrees, and I cant see a frown anymore...


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    both cads look great actually. but the top one gets my vote, which if I'm not mistaken, it's the direction this project is going with....

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    I'm still really excited about this project! I guess it fits well with a lot of what I had been wanting for my next knife. I'm psyched about putting all this collective wisdom and experience together.

    Any sense of a rough estimate of how long the various steps will take? Or when delivery might eventually happen? I know there needs to be consensus on a design, make some prototypes, test them, refine design, get orders, produce, distribute. Someone mentioned a potential second round of testing before production. This process is new to me, so I have no clue about even a vague guess on how long it might take to complete.

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