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    I really like where that one is going Bruno. Just got in a set of smaller wheels and attachment for my tooling arm for my grinder from the seller vwjackstraw on the bay and need to try them out myself:
    .50" = 1/2"
    .625"= 5/8"
    .750"= 3/4"
    .875"= 7/8
    1.0" = 1"
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    Adjusting.



    After a bit of sweating..







    Good piece of work done.

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    Where do you ever find all these beautiful razors?!
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    The blade was a gift of a friend, the scales are made from precious vintage worked MOP (that can be - hardly - found from time to time for who is willing to pay for it).

    The overall work was a prepaid order from another friend.

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    Nice hammer work. How do you plan to treat/clean up the forge finished surfaces? Wire brush to get rid of the "loose" forge scale, etch or something else?
    Quote Originally Posted by Bruno View Post
    This one was forged yesterday and annealed last night.
    It'll end up just shy of 10/8, and was forged to finish. It will retain the hammer finish surface. It is the first time I tried hammering out this design to finish. I think it went well. The only grinding will be the blade hollows and the point of course. This is SC145 steel, and will be differentially heat treated to feature a hamon.

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    Most of it will blow off during heat treatment. The rest is cleaned up with 240 grit greaseless compound.
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    I received 7 razors in for clean up and honing. While on 'this one' all I did was polish up the scales for the owner, I thought that I'd post his very nice razor. He's come a long way with his purchasing as his first blade was a W&B who's blade was like Swiss Cheese! No Kidding!

    Anyway here's some quick pics of his razor. After my granddaughter's softball game this morning I'll see how it hones up

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    I sure do !

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    9 projects! Lmao! Not enough time... Not enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudarunner View Post
    I received 7 razors in for clean up and honing. While on 'this one' all I did was polish up the scales for the owner, I thought that I'd post his very nice razor. He's come a long way with his purchasing as his first blade was a W&B who's blade was like Swiss Cheese! No Kidding!

    Anyway here's some quick pics of his razor. After my granddaughter's softball game this morning I'll see how it hones up

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    I hope all will enjoy
    very Nice shaver, never shaved With Antons framback but i have many Anton razor and all shave very Nice!!!!!!
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