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    Here is a video of making a one piece razor. This is the longest and most thorough video yet. I am slowly learning how to use my software and hardware to make videos.

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    awesome! thanks for the video, Charlie.

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    TLAR! Your method is so simple and laid out so well it almost makes me think I could make a razor too, thanks for making and posting it

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoglahoo View Post
    TLAR! Your method is so simple and laid out so well it almost makes me think I could make a razor too, thanks for making and posting it
    I am a big believer in TLAR engineering. TLAR = That Looks About Right, If something looks right, it usually is.

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    Charlie, thanks for your time and effort with putting this video together. Your generosity in sharing your knowledge and methods is really appreciated.

    Stu

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    Charlie,

    Excellent video!! I said this once before and I think it was probably in reference to one of your other videos. It's the sign of a master craftsman when you can make it look so simple that others, like me, have visions of crafting a work of art like your razors. Never take your talent for granted, it's a gift!!!

    Regards,

    Howard
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    I've seen clay used on videos of hardening samurai swords. This is the first time I've heard it called anything.

    Did I hear you right? Hammond?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crotalus View Post
    I've seen clay used on videos of hardening samurai swords. This is the first time I've heard it called anything.

    Did I hear you right? Hammond?
    Hamon was the word, Here is a link Hamon (swordsmithing) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Thanks for the great video!

    I even took notes!

    My favorite is.... C clamp!! good

    LOL

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by 32t View Post
    Thanks for the great video!

    I even took notes!

    My favorite is.... C clamp!! good

    LOL

    Tim
    Thats no c-clamp it is a precision flow regulator

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