Discussion in 'Fixed Blades' started by FORGE, Oct 17, 2016.
The steel is made from the end piece of a crushed W's billet and stretched out in the rolling mill.
Looks amazing Cal! When I close my eyes I can see the persistence of the pattern on my retinas, wild.
I prefer this shape to the curvy one (but to each his own).
Do you take your wood block and cut it at an angle on the mitre saw?
Dan I just cut it on my band saw and then grind it on my disk sander
I was thinking about the amount of material removed with the thicker blade of your typical mitre saw blade (1/8"). I guess one wants to preserve as much of the wood as possible at the cut, like when book matching.
Another beauty Cal. That Damascus looks awesome.
Real nice Cal. One of the best patterns IMHO.
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