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Old 23-09-2009, 06:21 PM
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I remember at the RV when you showed me how to make that whittler
Nice to see the process on here
Cheers Andy,have you got the handles on Lou's blade yet ?

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Old 23-09-2009, 06:37 PM
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Cheers Andy,have you got the handles on Lou's blade yet ?

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Yeah, got some walnut scales on the blade now, black liners. Its shaped up ready to be sanded
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Yeah, got some walnut scales on the blade now, black liners. Its shaped up ready to be sanded
Nice one Mate,post some pics here

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Nice one Mate,post some pics here

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Will do

I'll get some pix before i sand it etc and bung them on here...
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Old 24-09-2009, 06:51 AM
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What is in that green and orange spray can? I would asssume some sort of cutting oil?

This is very interesting, thanks for posting the thread!
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What is in that green and orange spray can? I would asssume some sort of cutting oil?

This is very interesting, thanks for posting the thread!
Its Duck oil Jean,use it instead of water with the wet and dry

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slick work bernie! - I can see why that kinda grind is so popular, thats just pie compared to full flat grinding!!
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Old 24-09-2009, 08:03 AM
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slick work bernie! - I can see why that kinda grind is so popular, thats just pie compared to full flat grinding!!
Done some full flats John for myself, nightmare to get right,Learning free hand when you start off is deffo the way to go

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