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Old 06-17-2014, 06:44 PM   #81
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Sheath all done for this beast.

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These bearings were About 18" od and 3" deep by 1/2" thick at thinnest. The big motor shops have them from large vertical motors.


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that's a big bearing....

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What do you get for something like this one . PM please and maybe specs like blade length and OAL
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These bearings were About 18" od and 3" deep by 1/2" thick at thinnest. The big motor shops have them from large vertical motors.


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Man...a bearing that size --you'd have to have a darn good hammer arm or a good trip hammer to bust a bearing down like that....let alone the amount of annealing it would take prior to forging it. That 52100 is good steel but boy is it hard to work. It makes my arm hurt just thinking about it.
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Old 06-29-2014, 03:01 AM   #86
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4 more knives I just finished up. Top one is Box Elder Burl, middle are Afzelia Burl and the bottom is Cocobolo





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Excellent work,, it is nice to see you and kimberfan are still at making fine knives,,, I can only imagine how much time you have in that bearing blade, I really enjoy see the blade smiths art, thank you.

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Those are some damn fine knifes....

Do you use mostly old files ?

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Right now I mostly use old files. I like the way they look and recycling something useful into something useful is pretty cool. I could just bonk them out of a store bought steel but it takes a little bit of the imagination out of it.









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Nice knifes Dan, those look good imo. I heard the best files to use are "nicholson" files. How do you know you have a good one?

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