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Discussion in 'Traditional Folders and Fixed Blades' started by pmew, Nov 10, 2014.
Congrats and tons of luck and smoke to your new endeavor!
Jake, that is a looker! Excellent mammoth and I really like the threaded bolsters.
Fantastic, Evan. I've often wondered why it's so rare to see DIB on a pocketknife, when it's not that uncommon on fixed blades.
WOW, that's an oldie, but goodie! I completely forgot about that knife! Glad to see it's still holdin' up!
Thanks for all of the well wishes, everyone! I should be able to take some pics of the shop for you guys by mid next week. It's too much of a disaster right now.... Boxes and tools scattered everywhere...
The shop is finally coming together! Some final organizing tomorrow morning, and I am in business! 'Bout time I get to work on a knife!
It took a heck of a lot longer than I thought it would to set up, but, boy, am I glad its finally done! Now the fun begins!!!
NICE!! Can't wait to see it after a few hundred knives ;-)
NICE Evan:thumbup: this is an old furniture salesman talking here, are those old console TV cabinets the belt Sanders are mounted to
The shop looks spacious and super functional and the tunes are covered:thumbup:
Lookin' great Evan !!!! :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
Thanks for the look inside!! Can't wait to see gems flowing!!
Glad to see that you can start doing what you love.
They look great
Nice looking shop Evan :thumbup: A bit different to many of the dark, dingy, and dangerous cutlery workshops of Sheffield Good luck my friend :thumbup:
Looks too clean, I can still see the floor, and the bench tops.
Good luck, buddy!
Definitely cool to see the shop in it's unsoiled state. You can add me to the list of people eagerly awaiting seeing what you produce in your new locale.
The shop looks great Evan. You must feel like a kid with a new toy.
Hahaha! more like a kid with a new toy shop!
Happy for you man! You do really cool work!