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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by ms4awd View Post
    i submitted the form with 52100 if i made it into this batch can u switch mine to A2. Had some questions about the steel that your post just answered,wanted to try it out but wasnt quite sure thats why i chose 52100 on the form. hope this is ok. Thanks
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    M


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  2. #12
    Marko, I sent you an email with a question regarding your brass or silver nickle options and other things. Thought I'd post something here in case you haven't seen the email! Thanks!

  3. #13
    Ed,
    both will polish to a high luster, and both will tarnish slightly over time. Brass gives yellow accent to a handle (think Kramer knives), giving it a little bit of color. N/S is used when you want a more uniform look - less contrast between the guard and the blade. It's all about personal preferences.

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  4. #14
    Getting liquid nitrogen refill tomorrow, and once it in the house, will begin working on this batch.

    I can heat treat only 6 knives per day, so it will take me a few days to get all blanks (225mm gyutos and 135-150mm honesukis) heat treated.

    Random pics of this project are upcoming.

    M

    PS: If I manage to pull off these two projects in time I plan, I will consider similar projects but in different lengh/types/steels in the future. Time to get serious!


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  7. #17
    Cutting blanks and profiling them is the most inefficient step (at the moment). Unfortunately, until I get electricity upgrade, I am stuck to contemplate better options (in house blank cutting).

    That's what I will do for a half day today.

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  8. #18
    Marko, thanks for the answer on brass vs NS. Looking forward to the knife!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Cutting blanks and profiling them is the most inefficient step (at the moment). Unfortunately, until I get electricity upgrade, I am stuck to contemplate better options (in house blank cutting).

    That's what I will do for a half day today.

    M
    If you were closer I would offer to swap electrical work for knives If you have any electrical questions pm me. I've been an electrician for 29 years and an electrical contractor for 23.

  10. #20
    Unfortunately, all electric work has to be done in accordance to NYS code and done by NYS licensed electrician.


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