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    Recent Work Gallery

    -AEB-L
    -African Blackwood, black and blue G10 liners


    -AEB-L
    -Ziricote, black and white G10 liners


    -A Suji that I'm designing. It has a 280mm blade with a 40mm heel. Any thoughts or critiques would be great to hear since this will be my first sujihiki.
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    Looks great!
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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    Those are gorgeous
    Just because they make it in your size doesn't mean you should wear it...

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    just checked out the website, and all the knives look great. The handle work looks outstanding.

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    If you need somewhere for that suji to go, let me know Ian! Haha! It looks awesome! Can't wait to see it with a handle on it.

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    Thanks guys! I'll be using the suji for a while and will most likely be looking to get some others input on the knife.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haburn View Post
    Thanks guys! I'll be using the suji for a while and will most likely be looking to get some others input on the knife.
    I'm just a humble home cook, but I would love to check it out. At least I can pick it up instead of shipping it too! :Lol: It's AEBL as well I assume?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gavination View Post
    I'm just a humble home cook, but I would love to check it out. At least I can pick it up instead of shipping it too! :Lol: It's AEBL as well I assume?
    I haven't made it yet, the pic is actually a Solidworks model. Hopefully, if I do a passaround it will be a mix of pro and kitchen enthusiast. I'm planning on using 52100 for the steel, black and red G10 liners with African blackwood scales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haburn View Post
    I haven't made it yet, the pic is actually a Solidworks model. Hopefully, if I do a passaround it will be a mix of pro and kitchen enthusiast. I'm planning on using 52100 for the steel, black and red G10 liners with African blackwood scales.
    Those are some musical words Ian! :lol: looking forward to seeing WIP pics!

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    Ground and hand sanded before it got handled. I should have some finished pics tomorrow. Weight was 139 grams (according my food scale).
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