I talked to you a bunch this last weekend, the first night about what temp to put my copper-nickel silver mokume at, the next day at open forge I asked if you would show my two friends some forging techniques. I also brought my new stainless knife I made over to you during the knife show on the last day (thanks for the feedback!) and you told me to go onto kitchen knife forums and look at the amature sales forum that Dave just made - so it is your fault I'm here! Didn't remember me at all? I'm hurt Delbert...
I'm sure I'll have some questions for you eventually - but I've found learning has to come in cycles, talk to people enough and you can only learn more by doing.
Thanks for the pointers and techniques you (forgot that you) gave me :-)
Wow, you have the most advanced scientific title in the modern world, been to Ashokan for 7 years running, and you came here by way of Del? Aren't you just a KKF Blueblood.
Sorry, I sometimes have trouble putting names to faces and I guess I really screwed the pooch here. You can blame my amnesia on lack of sleep friday night
Keep me updated on your progress and let me know how those 2 do on that blade. If I had known you were that heavily into phyics I would have had you up all night with me on friday while I was forging the bloom of steel. That definately would have helped keep me awake(not sure it would have helped in the outcome though)
Laminated metals specialist, Kitchen knife and gadget maker
"Build a man a fire and he will be warm for a day, set a man on fire and he will be warm for the rest of his life"
Perhaps we can sort out using Bose–Einstein condensate to quench our forgings?
Great to have you here.