I purchased the steel solely due to its apparent popularity. Where should a fairly thin, sharpfinger type blade be HT'd to?
I will send it out to peters or another.
Membership expired just about ten days ago...
Thanks in advance.
not to be confused with a post from a professional knife maker;
I've used "real" lemon oil on my stag Randall. It does seem to have helped with some micro cracking, and coloring from age. I'm sold on it.
Those blades won't fit in a cigar box. There have been discussion on sources for boxes other than wood, mainly cardboard, or tubes IIRC.
Mark, at It's a Burl sells wood for this as "Saya Box" sets. (these are california redwood, and curly maple at 12.5" long, and about 1/4" or thicker.)
Ask XXXX XXXXXXX to show you a knife 30 minutes after the doors open. Sorry, I intended the previous post to be nothing but levity.
I will not name drop, point fingers, nor claim to have a measure by proxy. I did not know the moderators knifemaking was questioned?
Reduced down to its simplest form, in context. "Knifemaker" is a paid membership level, one required to present certain materials on Bladeforums, commonly considered good manners to attain prior to requesting certain answers in forum, and necessary before one desires to sell certain items...
I can say that my experience mirrors Laurence's comments. I love my old Buffalo Drill press, and my Old Walker Turner is great when leveled, and bolted down to the concrete. However there is a whole other bag of lessons involved in rebuilding old machines that are entirely distracting from...