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Stitch a belt loop behind the upper part oh she sheath
Interesting holding construction! Cool.
Constructive critisism: to my eye the holes are to large for the thread
Look at rubber used for (re)soling shoes.
Many colours and profiles.
I used to make orthopaedic shoes and have thrown away more then I could ever...
Kbright, don't let epoxy cure in the cold. Epoxy+cold=bad m'kay
I always take whatever I'm epoxying in to the house to harden in a warm room.
Can't whipe the smile of my face :D
check the ratio. The kind I use is 1:1 in volume but 4:5 in weight
that is some good looking horn!
Merano? I should have bought some when I had the chance
Find Achim Wirz he'll help you find good oil. Lots of it ib Germany only searching English terms won't find you anything.
Also go to the...
I think that the "screw anywhere" is a good point. A big plus for plywood/osb walls.
Still paint it white, it reflects light and is easier on the...
Do you have a pic of rhe knife as well?
I like that folder knife!
If they are bookmatched look at the show side and sand the thicker one from the back side.
Draw a line how thick you want it to be. Grind a...
And send some to Germany, that is always a good idea
Cutting it in to larger blocks will make it dry faster. But there are people who know a lot more about drying wood then me.
And dont try and let it cure in a cold work shop. Curing epoxy doesn't like the cold.
build a simple wall, paint it white and have more electrical outlets then you think you'll ever use.
You wont use them all but you'll have one at...
I hollow out scales up to 1/8~1/16" from the edge. That way only the outer part needs to be flat. In the middle there is a cavaty to fill with...
Do you melt the end of the thread on the outside?
Maybe put a wet rag or a cut potato on the CF while putting heat on the screw