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    That is a beauty! Just think of it as room to grow.

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    That's more like it! Seeing it next to your old block really puts its size in perspective. I notice that when you show it "fully loaded" that doesn't include your Germans. They are not allowed in the new block?

    Congrats David.

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    I definitely need A new big block. These are too awesome.

    Anyone got recommendations?

    Needs to accommodate:

    2-cleaver
    2-300 suji
    2-270 kiritsuke gyuto. (both on the tallish side)
    4-240 gyuto
    2-210 petty/gyuto
    4 - 140-180 nakiri/ko bunka/funayuki
    4-Petty's 90-180

    This will cover me for all my DB for the next year! SB can go in the old block.

    I would kill for something like this!

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    Thanks! David really makes some nice stuff! But I can see why he's gotten out of the knife block business, as they must take a ton of time to produce and it would be hard to sell them for what they should really cost.

    The German knives can stay in the old block, next to my wife's cutting board
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBoar View Post
    Thanks!The German knives can stay in the old block, next to my wife's cutting board
    I love that you have the room but still won't let them in with your better knives. It's like you have a plane and the first class cabin is half empty but you refused to allow any of the other passengers to upgrade.

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    Will try and post links. If this does not work, any help would be appreciated as searching for instructions brings back a lot of threads. And if it does work, sorry for the crappy pics and old knives that need to go away.

    http://i1158.photobucket.com/albums/...conlan/006.jpg

    http://i1158.photobucket.com/albums/...conlan/007.jpg

    Those are the direct links, is it better to post one of the other options from photobucket?

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    That looks just like my block, mc! Mahogany?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mc2442 View Post
    If this does not work, any help would be appreciated as searching for instructions brings back a lot of threads.
    Instructions are in the FAQ, here: http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/fa...b3_attachments

    Beautiful block. Simple and elegant. Looks ideal for a smaller space too. I hate that I don't have one!

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    If we could all come to a consensus (yeah sure) on a block design maybe we could convince David into making a bunch of the exact same thing. Mine is already out of slots and I'd like some paring knife slots and a scissors slot in the base and probably need about 40 slots up top.

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