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Project by tonywood posted 137 days ago 1230 views 1 time favorited 13 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Been working on a new line of products .. See these knives i have recently been working on .
Any ideas on where to get exotic woods that are not crazy priced ?
I experimented with no finish on these knives.. Just polished with buffing wheel and polishing compound..

thanks for viewing
Tony
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JAY Made

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#1 posted 137 days ago

I love the kitchen knife, did you make the blade?

-- We all should push ourselves to learn new skills.

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tonywood

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#2 posted 137 days ago

I did not make the blades.. that’s a crazy process ..

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#3 posted 137 days ago

Really nice knives. I want to start making some. I get my wood from Bell Forrest Products. Not sure about $ compared to others. Bell is only a few miles from my shop. Where do you get the blades?

-- Mike - Northern Upper Michigan

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Mainiac Matt

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#4 posted 137 days ago

that’s a great looking knife.

nice job

-- Pine is fine, but Oak's no joke!

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BTimmons

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#5 posted 137 days ago

Nice work. I really like the buffing system I have, too. Great for small projects. Although you mention that you didn’t do the forging work, I really dig the hammered texture on the large knife.

-- Brian Timmons, Big T Woodworks - https://www.etsy.com/shop/BigTWW - http://vimeo.com/98821147

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#6 posted 137 days ago

Nice looking knives. I always watch Craigslist for some smoking deals on exotic woods. It does happen every once in a while. Otherwise, I pay the price and pick some out at the Woodcraft store near me. Try looking at PSI (Penn State Industries), they have about the most reasonable prices that I’ve run across. Keep up the good work!

-- Tony, Colorado, tonybrews@comcast.net

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bobasaurus

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#7 posted 137 days ago

Check out burl source:

http://www.burlsource.us/servlet/StoreFront

I used some of their maple burl for my knife:

http://imgur.com/a/kmQLH

-- Allen, Colorado

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MHarper90

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#8 posted 136 days ago

Try looking around you, or ask people in your area. I recently started buying my hardwoods from a small woodworker’s store (with a HUGE wood room) in southern Delaware. They’re not on the internet…but my dad happened to drive by the store one day and told me about them. Much cheaper and larger selection than Woodcraft or anywhere I’ve found online, plus you get to pick out the exact piece you want and they will cut it to the size you want to buy. Everything’s rough sawn, but they have the equipment to join or plane it for you.

If you’re anywhere near southern Delaware, it’s called Chesapeake Woodworkers Supply in Millsboro, DE. I’ve chatted with a few people in the store that drive for 2 or 3 hours to get wood from there. Luckily it’s only 15 minutes from my parent’s house.

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Mip

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#9 posted 135 days ago

Try pallet wood from factories that get parts shipped from overseas. That’s better than crazy priced because it’s free!

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Rick

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#10 posted 135 days ago

Very Nice Project Indeed & Well Done! Thanks For Sharing.

Rick

-- COMMON SENSE Is Like Deodorant. The People Who need It Most, Never Use It.

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childress

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#11 posted 133 days ago

What’s the pin in that last blade?

-- Childress Woodworks

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tonywood

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#12 posted 133 days ago

i actually made the pin on the last blade.. 1/4 copper tube with 14 gauge wires all in a black dyed epoxy

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childress

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#13 posted 88 days ago

Hmmm. Interesting. Looks like you tried to emulate Kramer’s pin… Good job nonetheless

-- Childress Woodworks

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