Separate names with a comma.
Your name is the least important thing (use your own real name.)
Get some skills first.
That will keep you busy for a few years.
Look at the prices of library card catalogues, they are priced out of sight now. They used to be free.
I'd remove that all carefully and try to resell to locksmiths on a wholesale level.
Each lock is worth $ intact.
they are probably quite modular...
I'd go back to the supermarket and get some thin O1 for your kitchen knife.
keep it small, sketch it out first.get enough material for three
You need to taper length as well as width at the same time.
Sure, let's have a list of bad links. It's way overdue for an update
What other books have you tried ?
I don't know how to fix this link, can't search for it...
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I see folks who build these use sand and oil inside the legs to prevent corrosion and add weight/kill the hollow
I'd love to see good photos of the tracking from the top Burr king
They are not all the same.
"deep cut" instead of deep throat, maybe the porn aspect scares them off that term....
I didn't realize it was the spacer rattling.
You can type stuff in and give more info.
Hammer and punch those out.
Vise, or nuts, washers and threaded rod act as a press to press them in.
Plenty of youtube videos on that.
Be sure to take video.
Yes, use a non gfi circut
Deep throat, make sure it works with the SWAG table.
Corded, batteries are BS
I use the Canadian version of the Old harbour freight design, one...
Read your link
"Built in the USA by Millit Knives."
They have a website, why not contact them for info and quotes?
Have your design ready....
Try and curate your own list of local suppliers. Lots of things are available near you pre-knifemaker supplier markup