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    What's FIL. course? :smile1:


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    Father in law???

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    Quote Originally Posted by shankster View Post
    Father in law???
    Yes, I think it is FIL.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    I'm selfish and want to see how you do stainless over carbon forging. Of course I'll settle just for finished knife pictures too.
    actually it's very similar to doing the wrought iron san-mai different heat ranges and more particular thermal cycling required though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burke View Post
    This kinda boring just sitting around here. Is there anything you all want to see?
    You opened Pandora's box with this comment haha. Now you'll have plenty of requests. Every covered what I want to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Burke View Post
    I'll start on you request as soon as I get back. I am leaving right now to mail off a couple of knive and then go across the state to do a three day job for my FIL. course his three day jobs turn into a week or more so see you all then.
    I wish I could have Bill Burke on call to do odd jobs for me.

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    Umm kitchen shears would be cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StephanFowler View Post
    actually it's very similar to doing the wrought iron san-mai different heat ranges and more particular thermal cycling required though.
    Right, but not too many do it successfully. At least I haven't seen many.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Right, but not too many do it successfully. At least I haven't seen many.
    very true, thus the reason I've not tried it yet (that and I have PLENTY on my plate atm)

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    Niloc, I might have that under control. going to do some stainless damascus and then maybee the kitchen shears WIP.

    Stephan I use less heat for the stainless than for wrought.


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