Check here for updates on works-in-progress for Koster Knives, April of 2014 Here are a few pics of the process I go through to get some G10 handles ready for liners. Cut out at 540rpm on a variable speed bandsaw with a vari-tooth bimetal blade (can cut steel too). Have to cut G10 slowly or else it wears out the blade really fast. I bought a cool magnetic base flashlight to move around the shop - you can see it in the pic above. Works great! http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B009SAM02O/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Lay out the handles on the liner material...turn the saw up to ~3000 and cut away: Flatten on a disc sander first, then on a granite plate for dead-flat inside faces Then I rough up all the to-be-glued surfaces with a sanding sponge and clean it thoroughly with acetone. Mix up a little 5-min epoxy... And clamp everything together firmly-but-gently with some adjustable clamps. Done!