Month: February 2016

Our hopes may be salvaged after all!

February 27, 2016 Over the couple of weeks, I really have been in a whirlwind of labor, reorganization and emotion.  Yesterday, blades came home from heat treat. Labor: Manual metalwork (filing and sanding) that must be done prior to heat treat required more time than expected due to the unnatural body contortion that I do in […]

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Grinding a lot, steady as she goes

February 9, 2016 The last couple of weeks have gone by too quickly.  I thought I would have all the metalwork done on a batch of knives, and have tomahawks straightened and prepped for the CNC shop, but there is still much to do.  Working steadily when you have an insurmountable to-do list often seems […]

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