Link to the guide in previous post, im still abit new here and learning, should have post this in same post but forgot ^^
Originally Posted by Alexanderċhl
I got back to knifemaking again after a few years of inactivity, im going to take my knifemaking 1 step further than before so i tought sharing how i work would be a good idea. Hopefully i will inspire someone here at BB and perhaps get some inspiration myself from other makers.
I dont have alot of machines atm so i would love to hear what you guys think i should get next!(atm im restricted to what i have because i dont have any space..but i will soon!)
Originally Posted by Basemetal
Originally Posted by danbow
Well I am crap at sharpening so I thought the Lansky would be my saviour. It has on my Gerber, reprofiled and now lovely, but my Comrade was still plenty sharp in places so I just wanted to touch it up. Think I've bloody ruined it.
No you haven't ruined it... knives can take much more abuse than this
What you need to do with the Lansky is reduce the number of variables in play so you get some easy consistency. Off the top of my head (since I use one a lot)...
Managed to forget about this ><
Managed to get my hands on a extrema ratio bf2 td dp finally!
OK, ramble number 2.
I have just started a thread about my new delivery of steel from Cromwells. Very impressed I am. Ordered it on Sunday afternoon and it was delivered on Tuesday afternoon. After much, and I mean MUCH, deliberation, I ordered some 3mm x 25mm and some 4mm x 50mm O1. I really want to make a folder, or 5. I have read alsorts and followed just about every thread on bulding folders.
There was a fantastic site that Grace, from our own parish, had done