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    Senior Member Lucretia's Avatar
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    First time for tip repair

    Dropped my knife in the sink today--it came back out without a tip. Made me plenty cranky, but it wasn't as bad as expected to fix. Not perfect, but at least it's pointy again.



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    Very nice Lucretia! I've been putting off fixing a broken tip myself and seeing this makes me want to go fix mine.
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    Nice fix!

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    Looks good to me Lucretia, nice work.

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    Looks like a nice tip fix to me!
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    That looks great what method did you use??

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    Looks very good!

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    Well done!

    from the pictures.. I just realized that the Kasumi patters are not mirrored or identical on the other side of the knife. All along I assumed that they are.

    rgds

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    Damn fine job!

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    Great job. It's such a feeling of accomplishment to fix a broken tip.
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