Thanks guys! It was a bit of a challenge for a first try but Im pretty happy with it.
As I should have before I edited my first post with the specs sorry!
Thanks for the compliment!
I used stainless steel pivots and screws. Next...
Been gone for months but I figured I would come back to show off my first linerlock. Works beautifully!
80crv2 is my favorite. Getting 52100 Saturday to experiment.
Looking good man! Glad you like the pair. And you take way better pics than me.
Yeah I farm my sheaths out too. Saves me time
Knife done with a sheath I had made for it.
From big chopper to new mini's!
New big knife in working on.
Never seen one in person but they looked like a nice grinder.
I just discovered wenge myself I really like the wood.
Go go go! /cheer
New knife in 1084 with hamon and curly walnut. Along with a few recent finished ones with final finish.
It's a key hole integral the wood is carved to the shape of the metal to fit on both ends.
Heck yeah! Time to save cash
You only need single phase power. The vfd itself acts as the inverter.
You would most likely need 220v in the shop and a 3 phase motor.
I don't know everything about them as I was looking to upgrade soon. But I know you need a certain one depending on how much horse power the motor...
If you can scrounge up a 1hp motor pretty cheap get the flat platen kmg with no vfd, and use pulleys for speed control. You would be at about...
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