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Thread: Ken Erickson Knives: A Retrospective

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    Quote Originally Posted by ken erickson View Post
    Sorry about that, the embedded video works on my laptop and desktop. If anyone else has issues, let me know and I will see what I can do to fix it.


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    Thanks for posting Ken, the video works fine for me.

    The knives look great, I hope I can make it to Blade this year.
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    Video works fine, but a little dark. I can see the knives fine, but not the colors in the handles.
    Nice start of a knife lineup!! I suspect a small mob will form in front of your table!!
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    Video is coming thru just fine Ken Thanks for taking the time & expense to share your work with us. It seems like you are getting a little more comfortable with the camera on.
    One comment I would make is when you are doing a WIP tape explain everything you are comfortable talking about. The every day, obvious steps or tool that you use and are second nature to you are over our head to some degree or another. For example when you were grinding the blade on the Norfolk what was the tool you were using in your left hand. I assume it was for applying even pressure to the blade as you grind. Was there a nail head or something to hold the blade from slipping off.
    Thanks, Dave

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    Dave, had to go find the video to see what you meant. Typically, that tool is a brass or bronze rod with a shallow step cut in the end and mounted in a handle. The step holds the blade up in place against the belt (belt is moving downwards) and allows precise pressure to be applied without hotfingers and without sanding bits of yourself off on a regular basis -- being brass or bronze prevents marring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waynorth View Post
    Video works fine, but a little dark.
    The video cam is brand new to me and I hope to be able to work out lighting etc.

    Quote Originally Posted by knowtracks View Post
    One comment I would make is when you are doing a WIP tape explain everything you are comfortable talking about.
    Thanks, Dave
    Dave,
    Thank for the suggestion. I should make a few notes before I start the cam

    Quote Originally Posted by zerogee View Post
    Dave, had to go find the video to see what you meant. Typically, that tool is a brass or bronze rod with a shallow step cut in the end and mounted in a handle. The step holds the blade up in place against the belt (belt is moving downwards) and allows precise pressure to be applied without hotfingers and without sanding bits of yourself off on a regular basis -- being brass or bronze prevents marring.
    Dwight is spot on other than mine is steel. I am not worried about marring as the last few swipes I switch to using both hands to hold the blade.

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    Nice!

    Ken, I saw it great! Wonderful. line up
    so far! Your attention to detail is just
    awesome! I really enjoy seeing your knives!
    Blade Show want be a problem at all!
    I'm sure you're a creature of habit,
    and it being your 1st one, want make
    a bit of difference! You'll knock'em dead! IMHO!
    Thanks for sharing!


    Jason

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    Those are three nice looking knives and I bet they will likely be sold as soon as they land on the Blade Shwo floor.

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    Thanks for the kind words guys!

    Here are a few updated photos of the Norfolk that I was working on in the videos.





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    That is gorgeous! Nice work Ken!

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    Ken, the Norfolk looks outstanding!
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    That looks killa! Love the shield. And everything else!

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    I agree!

    Ken I agree with Nick, What a perfect shield
    for that knife!! Great shield and excellent placement!
    As always, Thanks for sharing!
    It looks amazing!!!


    Jason

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    Great looking, Norfolk, Ken. Rick is gonna be one happy so and so. (And deservedly so.)
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    Elliott ---You are so right - i dont hardly deserve to have such a nice pocket knife as this but i sure am one happy fellow.

    Beautiful work Ken. This came out even better than i had envisioned. Yet another fine fine example of your craftsmanship. Thanks again.

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    Wow, Ken! That Norfolk is gorgeous. Absolutely brilliant work.
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    What a great thread. The long wharnie,the ivory, the shield on the Norfolk is a real package and a half.

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    Mighty fine detailing there, Ken!
    You live in rarified air my friend!!
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    Be still my beating heart. Jawdropping work Ken.
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    Great job Ken-that Norfolk is beautiful!!!....Tony

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