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    Salty's video of the HHH Hammer in!



    AWESOME!

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    I whole heartedly agree. There is always a sense of brother hood after a get together like this. It was an amazing time and a great learning experience.

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    I will also do this as a wip but here is a suji made from the damascus forged at Randy's!

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    I like the end of that vid of Salty hacking up an onion...
    ...and then remembering it was supposed to be sliced!


    That happens to me at LEAST once a week. Thankfully I'm the only prep guy so I just divert resources.



    That looks like a blast! Seriously!

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    I don't know why I am thinking about this, but as I watch the video a question that comes to my mind is there a difference between a quick strike hammer blow like we often see with the Doi and Kramer videos vs. what seems to be a slower pressing action in the video above?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Davis View Post
    I whole heartedly agree. There is always a sense of brother hood after a get together like this. It was an amazing time and a great learning experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalaeb View Post
    I don't know why I am thinking about this, but as I watch the video a question that comes to my mind is there a difference between a quick strike hammer blow like we often see with the Doi and Kramer videos vs. what seems to be a slower pressing action in the video above?
    They both essentially do the same thing. Just in a different way. I dont have a power hammer and have not used one.. So I really cant say what one is better suited for one task or another.. Maybe someone who has more knowledge can help explain the differences.

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    Mike, Thats a Sweet looking profile! I cant wait to see it etched..

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    Quote Originally Posted by johndoughy View Post
    I like the end of that vid of Salty hacking up an onion...
    ...and then remembering it was supposed to be sliced!
    That happens to me at LEAST once a week. Thankfully I'm the only prep guy so I just divert resources.
    That looks like a blast! Seriously!
    To funny.. But honestly. Im glad he diced it.. makes for a way better video for sure!! And we ate em! Not sure if there was any video of the tomato slicing. That was also cool!

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    I can't speak to the effect of different impact protocols on steel, but on non-ferrous metals they respond very differently when struck hard or soft. With softer impacts the metal can be moved farther with less stress fracturing.
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