And here is another:
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Or maybe it was Krodor??????
One of those crazy bastards etched all the way through the blade.
You could have talked her down to $150.
Trick420 I believe has posted about some sort of electrical etching process.
I have been playing around with using phosphoric acid to do my latest etching, but that is not as exact a science...
Offer him $10.
Otterbox Commuter series is the best combo of durability while maintaining a slim profile.
I love ivory.
I wish I had kept some for myself instead of pimping out all of my razors like a cheap Times Sqaure razor slut.
Slap a puck of I Colonial in there.
No need to thank me.:tongue_sm
You may want to rethink hitting up the dance circuit. The path that may lead down may not end as you would like:
Sort of blows your mind, doesn't it?:w00t:
I'm still in rehab over my successful use of modern Williams. My doctor has me on a heavy dose of Thorazine with a few quaaludes to take the edge...
The one thing that I have learned is that your mileage may vary.
Flamon hamon, lava scales, etched worked back, JumboJimps, blah, blah...
What did he just say?
In my opinion:
Most "high end" Dovos= same as low end Dovo with fancier laser etching and same clunky scales but made out of more expensive materials.
However, the Bergshier (sp?!) Lowe does...
I dunno, I just found that gif and went with it...
This is what I was thinking.
That high polish look is nice. But buffing can create ALOT of heat FAST. And quickly ruin the temper of the blade.
You pay a subscription fee to be able to sell your non standard stock item wares here on B&B.
Maybe it was your mother in law two years ago at Thanksgiving time?
Or was that mine???
It's all in how it's honed.
A muted Square, or even extreme Spanish Inquisition point will be mild as can be.
A roundpoint can also develop a sharp point at the intersection of the rounded tip...
Hi, nice work.
FYI this thread is for Hobbyists to display their work, not general restoration work. There is a separate subforum for general member restorations.
Oakeshott and Rockviper get a shout OUT.
All I ever get is shouted AT....
Brand doesn't really matter much.
Hone it up and shave.
Look at the Hobbyist sticky at the top of this forum. Mycarver has posted some great info as well. Slash McCoy also has posted his take on GD prep somewhere as well.
I will refrain from making comment.
There are no rules.
Try some PicoPaper under the 3um. Follow it up with two sheet under the 1um....you may like the results. Or you may hate it, but it's easy to give it a whirl.
I purchased a lot of 100 direct from the factory like three years ago. They were like $1.89 a razor. But after shipping, wire transfer fees, etc, etc. it ended up coming out to be about $3-4 a razor...
The GD 100 series has top jimps. It must have got into the wrong bin...
Are you Orthodox? I see you wear your wedding ring on your right hand.
I followed Tim Zowada's lead, and chose to angle my razors under the scope to get better resolution of the cutting edge itself, and not simply look at how shiny I can get a bevel
Great looking work.
I think you may need some sort of diffuser or something for your lighting, give it a shot...
You are missing the point.
If you buy a Cadillac, you will be transfigured into a ruggedly handsome rich man and insane gorgeous women will throw themselves at you.
I didn't used to though....
I like Williams.
If you are not getting good lather out of Williams it is YOUR fault.
Trust me, I know.
I railed against this soap for years upon years. Screamed, whined, pleaded for it to be wiped from the...
Here's that very same guy using lapping film for the first time: