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    My etcher....


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    That I use to mark my knives is toast! Things are going to be delayed a bit

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    Go all old school and use letter stamps !

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitdog View Post
    Go all old school and use letter stamps !
    LOL, I would but don't have a clue where they are at!!!

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    Just scratch your name in with a screw driver....geeze.
    Ah what the hell,we don't need no stinking makers mark anyway.
    Your knives are pretty distinctive & stand out in a crowd IMO.
    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
    May the forest be with you.

    CANCER SUCKS!
    5 Y Anniversary GAW here.

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    That's OK........






    ........because I got mine!


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    Quote Originally Posted by L4NE4 View Post
    That's OK........






    ........because I got mine!

    LOL,good one L4!
    Proud supporter of JK Knives # 67,and all makers of hand crafted goodness.
    May the forest be with you.

    CANCER SUCKS!
    5 Y Anniversary GAW here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by L4NE4 View Post
    That's OK........






    ........because I got mine!


    Me too...




    -Xander

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    Gonna have to have a "My etcher bit the dust" sale......

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    Mark, there's an email from a handsome devil named Bruce that's been in your inbox for a little while that might help contribute to a solution for this particular problem

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    OK hotrod, here is an address for a make one yourself. Don't know if it will help but you know if you run into problems who to call.

    http://chriscrawfordknives.com/#/ele...nit/4535265119

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRL View Post
    Mark, there's an email from a handsome devil named Bruce that's been in your inbox for a little while that might help contribute to a solution for this particular problem
    thanks! I will email you back as soon as I can!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jawilliams0425 View Post
    OK hotrod, here is an address for a make one yourself. Don't know if it will help but you know if you run into problems who to call.

    http://chriscrawfordknives.com/#/ele...nit/4535265119
    I will check it out.... I may buy a new one and have this one repaired for a backup....

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    Or do a search on here for the $20 etcher by Zaph1 (charles clayton of atlas knives). He has a full DIY post about it.


    -Xander

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    Rats.. oh well! You could just mark mine with a sharpie hehe..

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    You can use a power supply from a computer. Thats what I use for my etcher...works well and you can get them new for under $10 or often people have old ones laying around.

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