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You can go to Chris Crawfords site and he has available videos by Allen Elishewitz on how to build liner locks and many other style knives.
Some better picts of it completed.
You are probably going to have to live with the gap, if you clamp it will just pull away again.
I use Bob Smith "Instacure" which is water thin. Let it wick into the space and then hit it with "Instaset accelerator"
Then wait a few minutes...
You do good work.
Time to get an Instagram following and sell there.
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That is a badass set up
Some better picts this morning
Finished this up today. Blade is AEB-L 62c flatground with a 600 grit hand sanded finish.
Liners are 416 ss, mill relieved and jeweled.
Just finished up
With what Kyle Royer and Nick Wheeler have posted on Youtube you can learn just about everything you need to make a high quality knives.
I sell far more knives on instagram and have many more eyes on what I am making there then I do here and it is free and not $75/year.
I never needed one while making fixed blades.
I would love one for making folders.
One day my grinder will go horizontal after some tinkering
Rumor has it, if you use it to much your palms start to grow hair:D
Use a plunge guide and a J-flex belt. That will get you there
What I would do it drill it out and put a brass pin/plug in that hole and do it on the other side in the exact location
I have used a fair amount but will be changing to something else soon.
AEB-L will move days and even weeks after heat treatment.
I used Blaze, then switched to VSM, decided to try Blaze again years later, and went back to VSM ceramic.
VSM works great and a better value
Call Trugrit they will take care of you.
I have seen some Nortons have crooked glue seams. It happens but usually it is so obvious they get...
I have used this one for years. Works great
I have had one for well over a decade and it has made me thousands of dollars in making parts for other hobbies as well as for knives.