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  1. DanielC

    SOLD Cauble K-Tip Gyuto

    Blast from the past 🤩
  2. DanielC

    355x39 Sujihiki

    Knife is sold. Thank you everyone. Thank you KKF.
  3. DanielC

    Withdrawn 207x78x48 Kuro Sunashi Suita

    I am withdrawing this sale. I just tried it with a kanna, and to be quite honest, it was one of the smoothest enjoyable experiences I've had with the stone. I also cannot ignore the fact that it polishes the wrought like a Nakayama, leaving a dark luster. Its going to stay home.
  4. DanielC

    Extra-coarse-grit stone recommendation requested.

    220 Nubatama Platinum
  5. DanielC

    Withdrawn 207x78x48 Kuro Sunashi Suita

    $370 shipped CONUS.
  6. DanielC

    355x39 Sujihiki

    Thanks guys. I hope to heal faster. Price is now $700.
  7. DanielC

    355x39 Sujihiki

    Thank you for the compliments. I am finishing up knives I've had in different stages of completion. I recently injured my shoulder at my dayjob and have been on the mend for several months now. All I can handle at the moment is the less laborous work like handles and saya. This means I cannot...
  8. DanielC

    355x39 Sujihiki

    It was the challenge that drove me to make it. I've been toying with the idea of making a big Maguro Bocho.
  9. DanielC

    355x39 Sujihiki

    Hey guys, I just recently finished this one up. My first Sujihiki tbh. -Blade length: 355mm -Blade width: 39mm -Steel type: 1.2519 wrapped in mild steel with nickle shim. 63-64RC -thickness of spine above heel: .144" -thickness of spine 1/2 way: .115" -thickness 1" from tip (at the end of...
  10. DanielC

    Withdrawn 207x78x48 Kuro Sunashi Suita

    This is a hard, Honyama sunashi suita. It's somewhat hard to use for knife polishing. It wants to leave streaks if the slurry and pressure are not perfect. There is no su. As a sharpener it is superb. One of my finest edges. Big slab of stone. Sealed in Cashew. $400 shipped CONUS. International...
  11. DanielC

    SOLD Old Stock Maruoyama Shiki Uchigumori

    Stone is sold. Thanks.
  12. DanielC

    SOLD Old Stock Maruoyama Shiki Uchigumori

    Picture of it dry. Also. Both sides are lapped. Nothing is toxic.
  13. DanielC

    SOLD Old Stock Maruoyama Shiki Uchigumori

    This stone is from Badgertooth's personal collection. A heavy slab (Size 30) of Shiki Uchigumori from Maruoyama. This is a steel shredding stone producing a polish characteristic of Maruoyama stones. A fine 6-7k with a very rich texture to the jacket iron. Darkened even. A kasumi generating...
  14. DanielC

    Frustration with Instagram and webstore races to get custom makers' new knives

    I havent yet read this pretty big thread, but the first page or so. Let this be a chance to try other makers maybe, OP?
  15. DanielC

    Show your work! Uchigumori and co...

    Nakayama Iromono benchstone followed by Nakayama Kitta fingerstones.
  16. DanielC

    Questions about: Prelaminated, forge-welded, HT and expectations on quality

    I guess one would have to then define the parameters of good, better and best which would simply be opinion and why some like this or dont like that. As far as the end product is concerned, it should be extremely hard if not impossible to tell where the billet was created initially if it was...
  17. DanielC

    Questions about: Prelaminated, forge-welded, HT and expectations on quality

    I will also add that I have a lot of respect for Kipp. Its just a subject that I am very passionate about and have invested a lot of time and energy into improving.
  18. DanielC

    Questions about: Prelaminated, forge-welded, HT and expectations on quality

    That makes perfect sense, and he is indeed correct with that, and mentioned speaking objectively, which it is an objective opinion. If there is a lack of diffusion barrier then all of these nuances to retain carbon can always be improved upon, but there is a range in many makers heads of what...
  19. DanielC

    Questions about: Prelaminated, forge-welded, HT and expectations on quality

    The use of prelam saves time and money though. I've just never been one thrilled to use someone elses billets. Though with bigger machines you can make up for other requirements. With more force you can weld at lower temps to a degree. With O2 free environments you can weld at a oower temp as...
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