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    8" chef with hamon in 1095, copper hardware, cocobolo, and black G10 liners

    Ian H. Rogers
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    Ian, those are some really great designs. I in particular find the chef/gyuto handles with tapered front particularly interesting - how do they sit in hand? The 8" chef with copper hardware looks great.

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    Thank you, The knives with a tapered front provide an easier transition on the hands when using a pinch grip but have enough surface area for comfortable handling. That's my opinion and did make the knife, so I guess take it with a grain of salt?
    The chef with copper has an lightly tapered octagonal shape that gives a similar feel to traditional wa handles in terms of shape. It's heavier because of the full tang and copper bolster so it won't feel as nimble as a wa handle, but it does balance right in front of the bolster.
    Ian H. Rogers
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    Here is a knife for a KKF member in AEB-L and G10:


    Recent full tang sujihiki in 52100:
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    Here is a short video I made for fun about the balance beam prop for photos. I designed it in Solidworks, then cut it out with my laser.

    Ian H. Rogers
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    The Suji looks awesome. For the video - I hope you did not hold the camera in your hand when it was taken given the power the laser has to have ...

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    You have no idea how hard it was for me not to snatch that suji up even before you finished it Ian! Looks great! But I already told you that hah!

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    Thanks for the compliments - no I wasn't holding the camera, I don't think I could keep still that long. That and safety first!
    Ian H. Rogers
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    Here are a few recently finished handles:

    Ian H. Rogers
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    Skills lime those handles can't wait to see mine

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