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Thread: Cheese knife progression

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    Default Cheese knife progression

    I was looking for ways to use up short pieces of stock (some call it scrap&#129299 so I thought I’d see if I could make a cheese knife. Ran a piece of maple through the band saw and router. Then I thought it’d be cool to have walnut handles. Then —I could personalize it—hmmm—why not just use the CW for the whole thing!?

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    George
    Life is short....drink the good wine first!

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    That's pretty darn cool.
    Great work.

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    Awesome!!! I like the progression beginning to end! Certainly great use of scrap pieces!

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    They look great nice idea.

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