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    Making a knife on a lathe - video

    Making a knife on a lathe. By Mehamozg. 13:23 video:


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    seems to be about half a gram heavy on the handle. You keep what you kill

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    Making a knife on a lathe. By Mehamozg. 13:23 video:

    Brilliant!

    Thanks for sharing this

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    I would like to see more on the construction of your "apparatus"
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    Canyonman44, Ken, it's all rather straight forward, except how many cutters and their placement in the revolving cutter head. Looks like a driver's side VW Jetta axle, pillow block and bearings on one side, drive shaft on the other, driven by the jackshaft used for threading. Righteous setup in anyone's book!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murph1090
    Righteous setup in anyone's book!
    And one could describe final effect as правильный - not only from geometric standpoint



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