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    Look what Jr. thew on my bench today.. Its our version of Spirograph pattern damascus.. He made this extra wide for me.. Its 2 3/8" wide and over 14" long and is 2.5mm thick Should be a EXCEPTIONAL looking knife!!

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    Wow that is stunning!

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    Thanks Guys, This one is not spoken for yet.. Im sure its going to look amazing looking when completed..

    Any suggestions as to blade profile?

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    Hey guys, Im looking for a blade profile for this sweet billet that I wont have to loose alot of the steel or pattern at the tip.. Any Suggestions?

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    Not sure of length and height, but some possibilies would be a usuba, a nakiri, or a kiritsuke-style gyuto.

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    Thanks, The billet is 14" long 2 3/8" wide and 2.5mm thick. pics above in last post with photos

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    ~240 mm kiritsuke-style gyuto would probably maximize the use of the billet. If you weld on non-damascus for tangs (and I don't think that you do) you could make two ~175 mm usubas or nakiris.
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    I'm thinking a santoku would be a more mainstream choice and keep most of the steel at the tip.

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    Thats a very good link to have.. I spent some time over there reading. Thanks for the link David.

    Santoku would be a good choice.. But I was hoping to try something new and different.. Still thinking....

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