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    Nicely done! The video is a great watch, thanks for sharing it.

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    Thanks and much appreciated. its the time and effort to video it ,your kind generosity and willingness to share.

    I am less clueless now. you make it less daunting

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    It's very cool of you to make this vid Rick. Thanks for sharing with us!

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    That's awesome, Rick! I always get nervous working around the bolster, but you made it look easy! As for wa handles, I've done one without a 4" belt and it was pure hell.
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    Thank you Rick, well done.

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    Hey Rick. I just got a call from Steven Speilberg and he told me he's interested in making a feature film out of your short. Great job and thanks for sharing.
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    Theory, do you mind PM'ing me the following
    -Where you get your spacer material?
    -What Epoxy you are using?
    -What type of belt grinder are you using?
    -Are you laying sandpaper on your diamond plate?

    Thanks and awesome video, I will definitely be using your techniques on my knife project.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    Theory, do you mind PM'ing me the following
    -Where you get your spacer material?
    -What Epoxy you are using?
    -What type of belt grinder are you using?
    -Are you laying sandpaper on your diamond plate?



    Thanks and awesome video, I will definitely be using your techniques on my knife project.

    I'm interested in the same things...
    And to Theory, Great vid, thanks for doing it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    Theory, do you mind PM'ing me the following
    -Where you get your spacer material?
    -What Epoxy you are using?
    -What type of belt grinder are you using?
    -Are you laying sandpaper on your diamond plate?

    Thanks and awesome video, I will definitely be using your techniques on my knife project.

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    How do you put the finishing o nhte wood? It's gotta be above 320 grit right?

    I used 1200 grit wet/dry on a handle from Stefan and i had to break out sub micron polishing paste and after that a felt wheel on a dremel to get even close to his finish...

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