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Thread: Damascus Petty.

  1. #11

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    Hello David, Oh you mean this one. Yes its available. I'll get it ground and see how it comes out for you.


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    Sweet, I named a damascus pattern. I'll be sure to order one from you in it one day.


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    I'd better make sure I write down how I did it then so I don't forget.

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    You just did, didn't you?

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    Finally some pics of the finished blade on this one. Got all the handle bits ready too. Ready to get finished after the Holiday.



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    The patterns insane
    Good job it didn't end up as ferrules lol.

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    Thanks Mate, It is bonkers isn't it, bit like a scene from a manga type comic, with dragons and smoke, lots of shape and imagery, still making my mind up about handle materials, I've got lots of bits prepared though to choose from.

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    Was going to ask if you were still going for the all singing all dancing handle

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    I'm still making my mind up. I've got a bolster and end cap prepared for it in that hexagonal brass, its very copper rich brass, very pretty, but I might have to use something lighter on the back. The jig means I can try bits out without gluing. I think i'm going to do a tapered hexagonal handle for it if I can set the angle right on the disc sander

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    Quick update, handle assembled on jig, and squared up ready to grind.


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