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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-06-2010, 07:45 AM Thread Starter
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Hi I'm Julianna, owner and craftsman of Julip Knives.
JuliP Knives are committed to providing custom handmade affordable knives for the sportsman and collectors. I choose to make my knives from 440c stainless steel, RC 56-58 or high carbon damascus steel. My knives are then hand ground to shape, and final finishing, polishing and sharpening are then completed. The final results are a beautifully made knife that will hold a great edge and are very durable. My knives have become a favorite among guides, outfitters, hunters, backpackers and fisherman. They are also widely used by the working man.
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I would love to learn to do inlay work with a router.
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Greetings Julianna and welcome to the router forum. We are pleased to have you join us.

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Welcome Julianna. A great and affordable kit for making inlays is the Milescraft Inlay Kit. You might also want to check out The Wood Whisperer's Inlay Video.

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Welcome to the RouterForums Julianna. Glad to have you join us.

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Thank you for allowing me to join the forum. The videos I watched were quite educational for me.......I'm on this site to teach myself how to inlay wood in my knife handles.
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