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  1. #211
    Marko

    Love the way you moved the ridge of the D to line up with a ridge of the ferrule. Representative of the attention you always give to detail.
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    Thanks folks. You will see more D from me in the upcoming weeks.


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    Thinned and Re-Finished Masamoto With a Custom D Handle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Handle - Redwood lace burl, buffalo horn and DT mokume spacer

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    Thanks Marko. It looks great. I am looking forward to using it!

  5. #215
    A couple of reground and refinished practice knives in 52100.

    225mm suji/long petty/utility, with ho wood handle reground for a left-hand use, select grade poplar saya
    255mm suji with ironwood handle and select grade poplar saya

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    Nice Marko looking real good!

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    Very nice. The poplar has an interesting grain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markenki View Post
    Very nice. The poplar has an interesting grain.
    Thanks.

    My landlord has a stairs building business and they use a lot of poplar. I source my select grade poplar from them. Typically, this kind of poplar has a much denser grain, is heavier and harder, but still a bit easier to carve than maple or walnut (I can offer sayas reasonably priced). You wont' see a typical poplar (little grain figure, light in color, similar to ho wood) used for my sayas.

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    Very handsome work, Marko.

  10. #220
    Finished this one today as well.

    225mm practice suji/petty/utility in 52100. Hand finished to 400grit. Same grind as on my customs.

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    Regrdinding and refinishing takes me about 2-3 hours per knife, depending on the length.


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