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01-04-2014, 08:43 PM #1
What are you working on?
Here's a few shots of a Joseph Allen & Sons NON XLL that I just finished buffing
01-04-2014, 09:34 PM #2
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There's about 8 kitchen knives on my workbench, needing HT. And there are 3 HTed and tempered razors waiting to be ground.
1 special project razor waiting for scales. And some half finished fruit knives.Happiness is a field, littered with the mangled corpses of your enemies. - Vlad III of Wallachia
01-04-2014, 10:21 PM #3
Putting the finishing touches on a pair of custom monogrammed aluminum scaled Robeson 1545's that I picked up cheap.
The easy road is rarely rewarding.
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01-04-2014, 10:32 PM #4
Been working on 3 razors for new scales. 1 finished, 2 to go.
Been working on my first "file" Kamisori style razor:
And been working on making myself a 2x72 beltgrinder.
Some nice steel for the frame
And today I got my 8" contactwheel
Been working on this thing so time to upgrade a little
So pretty busy at the moment you might say.
01-04-2014, 10:34 PM #5
01-04-2014, 11:12 PM #6
Thanks, my daughter feels the same
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01-05-2014, 01:24 AM #7
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Just got done buying some material to put together 2 razors I've had sitting here for a while. One is a 7/8 Crown & Sword ERN and the other is a 13/16 Frederick Reynolds, faux frameback. I really want to get these two shaving. I get antsy just looking at them. I Purchased some Buckeye burl for the FR scales, along with some Baltic amber to make a wedge from. The ERN will be getting some light cream colored Micarta, and I'm going to try my hand at making a Jade wedge for it. Should be a nice challenge for both.
Barberologist, Timberland pro work boots are the only boots I wear anymore. They're just so comfy and last forever!!!
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01-05-2014, 01:35 AM #8
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01-05-2014, 02:14 AM #9
Just doing a resto/clean-up on a Towa frameback.
01-07-2014, 04:40 AM #10
Working on my first restore at the moment, it's a F. Reynolds wedge that I cleaned up, and I'm working on the scales now, g-10 and recon stone. I had a question, what do you use to polish up g-10 after sanding? Which compounds or polishes work best either by hand or by Dremel? Thanks!