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    Plated Protein Slicers

    These AEB-L steak knives are all getting very nice handles and sayas. I've been wanting to make a nice steak knife with a saya for mobility. I'm finally getting some time to do it.
    On the saya I'm going to offer is a free name engraving.
    For handles, they'll be getting a down sweeping tail.
    Woods will most likely be: redwood burl, mango, and the other two haven't been decided. If you guys have any slick ideas feel free to send them. Thanks!

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    These no doubt shall turn out pretty amazing!

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    Thanks Marc, I think they're going to pretty little beasts.
    No more dull "knife" when you're out at a steak house. These are going mobile!
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    You doing these individually or as a set (the sale)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vesteroid View Post
    You doing these individually or as a set (the sale)?
    These are going to be in the store as individuals. The goal is to get them in the store around November 29th.
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    Just in time for early x mas shopping.

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    Ian, How about use a material that can be washed in the dishwasher? I could use a new set of steak knives but I can't pamper them too. Got to draw the line somewhere. Would riveted Pakawood hold up? Maybe just some nice scales on a rust resistant blade? Also, are you making them smooth or serrated edge? Serrated will be more practical. Looking forward to the progress on these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mucho Bocho View Post
    Ian, How about use a material that can be washed in the dishwasher? I could use a new set of steak knives but I can't pamper them too. Got to draw the line somewhere. Would riveted Pakawood hold up? Maybe just some nice scales on a rust resistant blade? Also, are you making them smooth or serrated edge? Serrated will be more practical. Looking forward to the progress on these.
    I think this is the answer I'm looking for.
    Ian H. Rogers
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    Not to be mucho opposite, but I am hoping you go with nice figured wooden handles, not some sort of corian.

    Of course it's just one perspective, and I doubt these are inexpensive, so I don't suspect I will take them all.

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    All joking aside, I plan on using stabilized woods. There might be one that has a red reconstituted stone spacer and that's about as crazy as I plan on getting.
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