I'm trying to be good and not start any new projects until I've cleared out some existing ones.
Well, last week I needed something to work on that would clear my head without having to think too much. The obvious thing to do was to grind some metal so i started these two.
They've been sat with the designs on them for quite a while. The steel is EN9 with added carbon.
So a bit of work with the angle grinder doing this:
Leads to this:
If you're careful, you can use the discs until they're worn right down.
Then to refine the lines so that they're smooth, we need to do some of this:
and we get these:
I don't have any real plan for the camp knife. No prizes for guessing what I'm planning for the Bowie handle, although it may change yet.
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