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    Cool video on forging rasps.

    I know it's not knives being made here but I enjoyed seeing the techniques used.

    http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/b...ail32112B.html

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    that was cool.
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    I always wondered how they made those little teeth. I'm sure there is a more automated way to do this but this is cooler.

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    I am still wondering how the guys in Brazil make those Nicholson cabinetmakers/cobblers rasps with the very pointy random teeth. I did notice that these guys appeared to be using high temp salt for HT.

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    Auriou rasps are the best you can buy IMHO. If you order them from Lie-Nielsen, they come with L-N's beautiful maple handles.

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    That was so badass. Especially Don Bluth at 5:55.

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    How long until we see damascus rasps? It seems that if it can be forged, it can also forged of damascus... and rehandled with exhibition grade burl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    Especially Don Bluth at 5:55.
    I thought he looked familiar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chef Niloc View Post
    I know it's not knives being made here but I enjoyed seeing the techniques used.

    http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/b...ail32112B.html

    Absolutely amazing! I would have never guessed that so much manual labor is still being done to make tools like this. Thanks for posting this Colin.

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