Hello KKF professionals
Another newbie question here.
While practicing in making WA handles I tried to use metal spacers but failed so far.
At first I've tried the simplest method: glueing together metal and wood with epoxy. Worked pretty badly: I could tear them apart by hands pretty easily (when I epoxied only wood pieces I couldn't tear them apart). Second attempt involved kydex in between metal and wood, but that's not what I really want.
What method works for you?
One idea is to drill bigger hole in wood and metal and insert tube inside to enforce construction, but I'm not sure it would help. And it wont work if I wanted to use metal on the end cap of handle.
Also I find it hard to make metal spacer flat after cutting it from a big plate with hacksaw. Any ideas how to do it properly?
All the best,